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This Week's 5 Massive Mixes in House & Techno

House | Monday 30th November 2015 | Jacob

Denis Sulta: Rinse FM Mix

The burgeoning DABJ signee and recent Numbers debutant has gone from strength to strength recently, honing his raw talent in belting production (especially with the anthemic 'It's Only Real' out soon on Numbers) into more polished mixes in his now legendary Boiler Room and superb Fabric Promo efforts. His debut mix on Rinse is no exception, with self-proclaimed ‘belter after belter’ as well as banging exclusive content.



Denis Sulta Soundcloud

Hodge: Fact Mix

Another producer that has been on the rise this year, Hodge’s Dubstep/Techno weighty crossover has been displayed in his restless output on 2015’s most successful Techno platforms, Hotline Recordings and Livity Sound, as well as his own on point imprint Berceuse Heroique. His sound and influences are further exemplified in this mix. which predominantly features a host of his own production as well as other label affiliates tunes.

 

FACT mix 526 - Hodge (Nov '15) by Fact on Mixcloud

 


Floating Points: Essential Mix


Sam Shepard's long overdue Essential Mix feature his staple selections from the last few years of his excellent DJ sets, as well as paying homage to his favourite worldwide jazz, funk and soul influences alongside house, techno and everything in between.



Listen Here: http://bbc.in/1ImPPJH 



Anthony Naples: Dekmantel Podcast 46



Proibito label head and NYC resident Anthony Naples provides the latest mix for the in-form Dekmantel podcast series with choice house and techno cuts interspersed alongside his usual dreamy ambient soundscape. Keeping up the Jamie Vardy-esque shit-hot levels of the series is no mean feat, having recently been in the hands of Beautiful Swimmers, Autreche and Palms Trax, but Naples ensures the podcast remains no shit, all bang.



Dekamntel Soundcloud

DJ Overdose: UTTU Promo Mix


Relative unknown (to the Unknown) DJ Overdose delivers a promo mix for the label which spans all the way from Hot Haus to Hip Hop and Detroit Acid and Techno. A very decent effort.


 

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