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Let’s be honest, many of us have spent countless mornings tuning into Charlie Bones’ Do!! You!!! show on NTS, avoiding emails whilst scrolling through discogs having discovered yet another gem from his seemingly never-ending collection. “11:11”, an hour and a half of magic from Charlie’s treasure chest. Thank you Charlie for the mix, for sharing your music and for keeping us all company in the morning.
With an impeccable record collection spanning all that is interesting - and likely full of music you’ve never heard before, from left of centre pop to ambient soundscapes and anomalous house & techno - we are very happy to be putting out this sublime mix from Jamie Tiller.
The London born, Berlin resident is a veteran digger and co-founder of the indisputable Music from Memory imprint, renowned for unearthing hidden gems. Recorded back in June 2019, Jamie takes us on a unshazamable-ambient-electronic-synth-pop journey of bliss.
Our good friend, Patrick Little is back with a selection of good vibes roots and dub.
Love songs for loved ones; A blend of quite storm, rare grooves and slow jams for our extended Sporadic family.
"OK so I have been struggling for a while with describing the aesthetic that this mix is communicating. The placeholder for me has been post-balearic which is fine in my own internal vocabulary because I know what I mean but fuck me in the outer world it’s even more abstract a concept than the bloody B-word itself.
I’m coming at this from a few angles; Ibiza, obviously, but also Manchester, and that moody cyberpunk place where dub echoes fade into city smog. Gigs at the Salon Des Amateurs showed me the direct link between Baldelli’s cosmic tapes and all the wonky punky drums that spill out of Düsseldorf these days and I want to push the Balearic lineage that way.
But what to call it? It came to me this morning as I was washing the dishes listening to Klaus Weiss - it’s the BALEARIC-INDUSTRIAL-COMPLEX. Ur new favourite sound." Ruf Dug.
New York based Paa provide us with the soundtrack to the FW19 collection.
Established in 2013, paa (pronounced 'pah') is a classic sportswear-inspired brand.
WE ARE NOT ALONE head honcho, Diogo Lopes takes the wheel in our still life radio series delivering a soundtrack of extra sensory pleasure.
For the latest instalment in our Still Life Radio series Berlin based, Cld Bld of Sporadic takes us on a prog rock, jazz fused trip to the 4th dimension.
New York based Book Works head up the next instalment in our Still Life series to accompany the brands Spring offering with a selection of jazz funk and fusion led jams.
Our good friend Patrick Little returns with a two hour mix taking us on a journey through some of his latest discoveries and old gems. Enjoy...
London based selector, Felix Hall kicks off our mix series for 2019 with a blend of conscious reggae compiled of boxed gems and old favourites that haven't seen the light of day for sometime. Enjoy and be sure to tune in to Felix's regular NTS spot.
Easing in Monday morning, Matt Doggs of Ghettospheric heads up Volume 11 in our Still Life Radio series with a selection of digi reggae and lovers rock.
Ed Davis, graphic wizard, doer of all things good and one half of LA based Brain Dead heads up volume 10 in our still life radio series. Turn on, tune in, drop out.
LA based DJ R.U. Serius of PRMTVO takes us on a ghost ride for the next instalment of our Still Life Radio series. Turn on, tune in, drop out.
PRMTVO (pronounced pri-mi-tivo) is a Los Angeles based clothing brand inspired by all things space, folk, ambient, ethnic, homemade, improvisational, jungle, lo-fi, drone, psychedelic, ritualistic & tropical.
Our latest mix comes from LA based Straight Honey. A blend of slow jams, neo soul, R&B and what's currently in her bag. Be sure to tune in Straight Honey Radio for more heat.
Our latest mix is compiled by Biscuit of the mighty Good Morning Tapes and features some current favourites plus some original productions from members of the Good Morning family.
One take business from our mate Pete from On The Corner Records ahead of a gig in Bristol this weekend > Featuring some exclusives and some oddities he'll “probably never play again”
Friendly Moves. The latest mix in our Still Life series from Chris Kontos; one of the most interesting people I’ve never met. Deejay, photographer and the mind behind Kennedy Magazine. I’ve had the pleasure of sharing ideas and working together on previous ventures with Chris through Colourway. My daughters thoughts on the mix “I feel like I have a bubble floating in my head.” Enjoy.
Melodies of Love. That's right. A blend of love songs dedicated to that special feeling, mixed in-house with our main squeeze Jay L.
We are very happy to have Canadian based, Cam Hildebrandt open our mix series.
Old favourites and new finds mixed on a cold night in Toronto. Rare modern soul, major label disco and gospel bangers to make you move and keep you warm