Seconding Dekmantel, I really enjoyed the 100 bpm TSVI mix among others.
These two sets via Keep Hush were really inspiring to me (Aya b2b Acre and BFTT b2b Clemency):
― change display name (Jordan), Wednesday, 24 November 2021 20:16 (eight months ago) link
Midland in top form on this one, episode 400 of the Honey Soundsystem Honeypot podcast. https://soundcloud.com/honeysoundsystem/hnypot-400-midlands-everything-comes-back-to-you-mix
― recovering internet addict/shitposter (viborg), Wednesday, 24 November 2021 23:47 (eight months ago) link
Jordan that TSVI mix is great too. There’s a new RA mix from Fort Romeau that I would say is worth noting, it’s somewhere along the same lines as the Midland mix, but I’d guess anyone here interested in that is already aware of it.
― recovering internet addict/shitposter (viborg), Wednesday, 24 November 2021 23:49 (eight months ago) link
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoVjU9bQ-egreally enjoying this while working
― willem, Thursday, 2 December 2021 10:11 (eight months ago) link
Loving this Fraxinus mix:http://truantsblog.com/2021/truancy-volume-287-fraxinus/
― change display name (Jordan), Friday, 10 December 2021 22:46 (eight months ago) link
The night before the club's final morning, longtime resident boxofbox took the decks one last time; delivering a six hour set that stretched well into the morning hours, going a full two hours past the city’s legal closing time, and playing record after record to deliver their final love letter to the sweat-packed floor of revelers that called the club home. Thought to be lost to time -- a new trove of DAT tapes containing the complete soundboard recording of that legendary night were recently unearthed from a box found deep within a storage closet in the long dilapidated and recently shuttered subway station record shop MTA TRAX which operated on the Northeast side of Times Square - 42nd St. station for the better part of the last forty odd years. boxofbox’s DATs contain a tracklist that is simply stacked with some of the greatest dance hits from the era, where radio-candied pop hits meshed with sultry rnb and the emergent sound of new jack swing, as well as some early signals of the rave era to come as it was taking shape.
basically a six hour mix of crossover dance music from the late 80s/early 90s, perfect if you've been enjoying the TOTP repeats from 1990 and 1991 on BBC4 lately
― boxedjoy, Thursday, 16 December 2021 23:29 (seven months ago) link
Loving this mix, thanks boxedjoy.
― lukas, Friday, 17 December 2021 02:25 (seven months ago) link