Trushmix 50 present the first 3hrs of DJ Sotofett live at The Panther Room, Brooklyn NYC (Dec. 19th 2013). Amongst the not too unusual Finnish obscurities and unreleased Wania & Mania drops there’s a pile of Deep-Queens less-than-$1-digs as well as Jersey & New York City house classics. Shouts to Madteo for hours-upon-hours in the crates and the daily music OD. Thanks to Taimur Agha for setting it all up and also recording the show.
One of the most impressive remixes I’ve heard in a long time. DJ Sotofett breathes life straight into the lungs of Denaji’s lo-fi original. The track is turned into something very trandescendle and special, enjoy this one.
Out on Unthank, a side series of Firecracker records, a label known for its attention to detail and aesthetic. In the case of the Unthank series its particularly striking in the packaging, sporting psychedelic codes brilliantly screen printed for effect. Outstanding.
My head is spinning, An amazing piece of work from Joey Anderson, one of the more interesting producers around at the moment. An honourable mention to whoever put the video together also as it could not be a better match for this astounding piece of work, This record was put out on Latency Recordings.
Today’s lesson in interplanetary slow burning comes from New York electronic explorer and innovator Fred P. Reach is a track that catches you off guard, creeping up until your flying through the atmosphere and you’ve no idea how this happened, where you are or who you are. This is the primary function with music as escapism. To take you out of the everyday and into the stratosphere, and it is executed with serious know how in this track.