A month-by-month selection of the finest studio mixes, radio sets, and extended audio voyages around. These days, the internet is awash with a glut of mixes from DJs both established and aspiring. Of this situation, at least two things are true: not all of these mixes will be as worthy of your ears and your time as others; and it would take you a considerable amount of energy and dedication to get through all that's on offer and separate the cream from the crop. So we're doing the hard part for you. Each month, we'll be scouring the vast expanses of the web to handpick the most stirring and stimulating mixes on offer. And we'll be adding to the list every month too, so don't forget to check back in Kamilla Rose kicked off the year by pinning her colours to the mast with a mix of all the sounds she's predicting we'll be hearing a lot more of over the course of the year.
Best Grime And UK Rap Tracks: 2020
Basenji guides you through the art of the bootleg
What were your favorite sets? Keep in mind that the sets chosen were based upon those sets posted by the artists themselves posted to ensure the best quality. DJ Snake? A combination of them?
Floating Points – Live at Printworks 2019
Every month , Philip Sherburne listens to a whole lot of mixes so you can hear the best ones. Risk-taking selectors are finding new places to explore the fringes of familiar genres. Courtesy, Monster, and DJ Special Guest offer different suggestions of where club sessions might go in , while Nadia Khan and Fiedel serve up home-listening pleasures.
Update July Check out the best mixes of so far here. As we bid adieu to , we take a look back at the best mixes from a range of rising DJ stars and established legendary selectors to bring you the 12 finest mixes of the year — providing hours and hours of material to soundtrack the ringing-in of Moxie - RA. The series is at its best, though, when shining a light on lesser-known names. September saw London selector Moxie step up, and her focused house session is a real treat.