Palms Trax makes rousing Essential Mix debut

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Cheekily dubbed as the west country-born, Berlin-based underground star by BBC‘s Pete Tong, Palms Trax has finally made his debut in the Essential Mix DJ booth.

Real name Jay Donaldson, Palms Trax’ ubiquity in the dance world is becoming increasingly deserved as time carries on. He has bold sonic inclinations and an unabashed M.O. where he moves between genres and decades with ease — rare for someone as young as he. Despite being just 26-years-old, Donaldson’s encyclopedic musical expertise has situated him as an artist who’s talented beyond his years, if one were to see age as but a limit on such a thing.

Donaldson’s Essential Mix is steeped in a resplendent arrangement of classic dance tracks, from Angela’s 1984 “I Gotta Little Love,” to hidden gem house tracks from World Building records’ “Paraíso ’89” by Azura. His splicing of Azura’s track alone is a testament to his adroit crate digging, especially considering that Azura’s breezy Balearic business was extremely short-lived in the Italian house realm, she’s an act who’s slipped through the cracks for most.

Palms Trax has expressed he’ll be working on material for Dekmantel throughout the beginning of the new year and after listening to his deliverance of just the second Essential Mix of 2018, just following Carl Cox, one can only hope to see big things from Donaldson in the new year.

Listen to Palms Trax’s Essential Mix here


Photo credit: Camille Baker


Guillaume Teyssier- Vortex Disco (Murray Lake Remix)
Lord of The Isles- Geek Chic (Kuniyuki’s Journey Remix)
Toulouse Low Trax- Second Trip
JC Project- Andromedia
Nicole Willis- Heed The Sign (Jimi Tenor Remix)
Plus Instruments- Love Is Enough (Jamie Paton Remix)
Angela- I Gotta Little Love
Tony Moore DJ- Tonight
Salentino- You’l Be In Paradise (Instrumental)
Lemonade-Dancer On The Shore (Jex Opolis Dub)
Collins- Autophobia
Mario Moretti- In Love With Nebula
Passarini- Wonky Wonky Wonky
Uabos- Mystic Force
Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft- Brothers (Mix Gabi)
Lipelis- Children Song
Colm III- Take Me High (Mansion Mix)
Virginia- Blue Pyramid (Khidja Remix)
Azura- Paraiso ’89
The True Underground Sound of Rome- Sonic Crystals
Mr Raoul K- Africa (12″ Version)
Ess O Ess- Cantillate (Chida Remix)
Pussycat- Le Chat
Lucy Montenegro- Lucy In The Sky
The R- Higher
Jeff Mills- Imagine
DJ Normal 4- Purity 0%
Thursday Club- Westway
Bushwhacka!- 4 Da Night
Jackson Changura- Niyekele
Bob Holroyd- African Drug (Rhino Mix)
Lars Bartkuhn- Elysium
Nu Era- Octahedron
Shokazulu- Part 4
Brown Sugar- I’m Going Through Changes Now
Philip Balou- Ain’t Nothing Like The Love



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MUST LISTEN: The Black Madonna makes her stunning BBC Radio 1 residency debut

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The “riot girrrl” of dance music, The Black Madonna, has made her 2018 BBC Radio 1 residency debut.

Marea Stamper kicked off her residency with zeal, digging into the crates and serving up an archetypically Black Madonna array of deeper cuts from the likes of Talamanca System, Detroit’s Parliament, and the groove-God Kiki Gyan.

It’s going to be a decalescent ride through the new year, as Stamper’s already gathered a healthy bevy of her prized disco, techno, and house expertise in the very first episode. She’ll be dropping off an array of new tracks throughout the show, all while enlightening the masses to some of the should-be-known cultural pioneers. Right off the bat, she threw on Juan Maclean’s new project Ambivalent and made the world debut of his galvanizing new cut “Faded Pictures,” featuring Shaun J. Wright.

Stamper spliced in acid house, literally, from fellow BBC resident Artwork, and a range of tunes that were aptly out of the very city that bred her DJ prowess. She closed out the show with the tear-jerker classic, Gloria Ann Taylor’s “Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing,” and brought back her  History of The World segment which was the title of her first residency series in London at XOYO, a three-night collection of expansive music selections. The series will see Stamper selecting a track at the end of each mix, talking about its origins, as well as its socio-economic and artistic significance. “It’s one of the most gorgeously arranged pieces of dance music or soul music that’s ever existed,” she said of Gloria Ann Taylor’s “Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing,” and we couldn’t agree more.

Stamper’s Radio 1 residency kicked off January 11 and will continue through June of this year.

Listen to The Black Madonna’s BBC Radio 1 residency debut here


Talamanca System- The Past Is The Future (Beatless Stars In Space Mix)
Parliament- P-Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up)
The Dynamics- Miracles
The Trammps- VIP
Kiki Gyan- Disco Dancer
Prince- Sexuality
Roni Griffith- Love Is A Drug
Ambivalent- Faded Pictures (feat. Shaun J. Wright)
Artwork- Let Go Of This Acid
Mike Dunn- DJ Beat That Shhh
Kirk the Flirt & Peter Pressure- My One Desire
Kitty Grant- Glad To Know You
Gloria Ann Taylor-Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing

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MUST LISTEN: Carl Cox kicks off the 25th year of BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix

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The techno maven Carl Cox has served up the very first BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix of the year.

Considering the show turns 25 this year, it’s fitting that Cox — who Pete Tong referred to as “one of the most legendary DJs in dance history” — served up the very first mix of the year.

Cox’s first Essential Mix came in October of 1994 for the program’s 49th episode where he dropped off a selection of satiating tracks from the time, including Green Velvet’s original “Preacher Man” mix, Jackmaster‘s legendary “Bang The Box,” and Jeff Mills‘ “Cycle 30” and “Life Cycle.”

Cox delves into what he’s dubbed as “the future of house and techno” in the new mix. In just over two hours, he serves up an electric array of tracks from today’s heavy-hitters in the genres from Nicole Moudaber, to Eats Everything, Nathan Barato, and more.

Listen to Carl Cox’s BBC Radio 1 mix here


Electric Tango- Black Is My Beat

Riva Starr- Hospital

Fabio Neural- Dam Square

Francisco Allendes & Pablo Inzunza- Ripples

Tom Cole- What You Want

Anja Schneider- Secret Escapes

The Deepshakerz- Raw Way

Max Chapman & Secondcity- En Las Nubes

Fabio Nural- Flow Beat

Booka Shade- Limelight

Riva Starr- Rocks On The Track

Chip E. & Carl Cox- Time 2 Jack

Nathan Barato- Royal Hippo

S-Man & Ultra Naté- Fake (Mason Maynard Remix)

Nicole Moudaber & Carl Cox- See You Next Tuesday (Deeper Mix)

Chris Coe- Headland

Pascal F.E.O.S.- No Voo-Doo (Alternative Mix)

Darren Emerson- Birdcage

Alex Mine- Lost (Carl Cox Pure Remix)

Rafa Barrios- Saatori

Eats Everything- Scream

Frankie Bones- Electropolis

Frankie Bones- Just The Way You Like It

Kaiserdisco- Kerberos

Dense & Pika- Gum

Christian Bonori- Solid State

Redlight- Escorting Sarah

Anthony Parasole- Hot Zone

David Simon- In Acid We Trust

Mark Greene- Back Off

Brennen Grey- Tears In The Rain

Kristian Heikkila- Polyvox (Dav Simon Remix)

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Good Morning Mix: Turn on the lights with Hammer’s Lights On Mix

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BBC Radio 1‘s Monki is the underground tastemaker to trust.

Between a healthy upbringing on Ibiza tunes from her mother, a gifting of hip-hop and garage tapes throughout her childhood from her uncle, and a hefty serving of dub and grime from her London hometown, it’s safe to say she knows her way behind the decks.

Monki serves as a resident on Annie Mac’s touring club night “AMP” and set up her digital label Zoo Music in 2012. In turn, one can be sure Monki’s late night BBC show never disappoints.

Her “Lights On Mix,” airing every Sunday night through Monday morning, is a soundtrack for the moment the club is closing, but no one wants to go home. In essence, Monki presents the afterparty playlist and often welcomes artists to cultivate a culmination of classic and new downtempo numbers that hold their own after a long night on the dancefloor.

Perfectly encapsulating the essence of Monki’s “Lights On Mix” is Belfast and Glasgow-based Hammer. Named one of Monki’s  “Ones To Watch,” Hammer, real name Rory Hamilton, brings this home in his near 30-minute mix. Hammer helps listeners get ready to turn on the bright lights, encapsulating the aura of a 4 am warehouse winding down.



Margot – My Sisters
System 7 & A Guy Called Gerald – Positive Noise (Carl Craig Remix)
Deetron – Endless
Château Flight – Cosmic Race
Tony Allen – Kilode (Carl Craig Remix – Detroit Swindle Re-Edit)
Hammer – Manaka

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BBC Radio 1 announces 2018 residencies will include The Black Madonna, TOKiMONSTA, Mura Masa & more

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BBC Radio 1 has officially announced its 2018 weekly residency line-up, boasting some of dance music’s most sought-after acts “from the underground to the arena.”

Radio 1’s Residency programming includes two shows each Thursday evening. In 2017, deadmau5, Eats EverythingKölsch, Ninjatune’s Helena Hauff, Jessy Lanza, Metrik, and Will Atkinson dominated the airwaves.

This coming year’s selects include The Black Madonna, Artwork, James Blake, Mura Masa, TQD (Royal-T, DJ Q and Flava D), Jubilee, Bradley Zero, and TOKiMONSTA.

The expansive array of artists is a major move for BBC as its selects certainly coincide with the changing tides of dance music, both underground and mainstream. Each artist will have monthly shows running from January to June 2018.


2018 Residency Line-up:

First Thursday of the month, Beginning January 4:

Second Thursday of the month, Beginning January 11:
The Black Madonna
Bradley Zero

Third Thursday of the month, Beginning January 18:

Fourth Thursday of the month, beginning January 25:
James Blake
Mura Masa

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Bicep flex their sonic expertise in new Essential Mix

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After churning out an innumerable number of classic house tracks under their unpredictable M.O., the Belfast-based Bicep found their niche, or perhaps a more aptly-categorized lack thereof. But such is what earns the Belfast-duo their wide acclaim in the dance realm. Considering the two began as prolific bloggers at their own site, Feel My Bicep, the very weaving of an inquisitive amalgamation of house and electro is in their blood. It should come as no surprise that the duo’s tunes draw from an array of material.

This year, Bicep dropped off their highly-anticipated debut album. The self-titled work was a stylistically expanse deliverance that served as one of contemporary dance music’s deepest releases of the year. It was also an album in which the two flexed their sonic multitudes of both tenacity and flexibility.

Bicep is now ending the year strong with an Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. In a two-hour voyage through the worlds of Italo, breakbeat, and more, Bicep divulges on one of the most meticulous masterpieces of the last year.

Listen to Bicep’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix here.




Mark Barrott – “Bush Society”

RJ – “Leo”

Fantastic Man – “Dream Machine (Edit)”

Giraffi Dog – “351 Nation”

Hammer – “Atlantic 252”

Tons of Tones – “Oh Ah Ph Ah Oh (John Talabot Edit)

Lake People – “Lamb Shift”

Norwell – “Celestial Bodies (Imre Kisss “Crisis ’91” Mix)

Jacob Korn – “Selene”

Ursa’s Reef – “Love Cult”

Lanark Artefax – “Touch Absence (Edit)”

Rival Consoles – “Recovery”

Claude Speeed – “Ambien Rave (Nightmare Edit)”

Shinra – “Ball & Chain”

Djedjotronic – “Abyssal Zone”

Randomer “Smokin”

Lanngman – 80017A”

Wink – “Superfreak (Super Freak-A-Pella)

Untitled – Untitled

Dan Cough – “B-Jam”

Urban Myths – “Makin’ Me Feel (Edit)”

CJ Bolland – “The Tower Of Naphtali”

Apex Twin – “end E2”

God Within – “Raincry (Spiritual Thirst)”

Modaji – “Belle Epoque”

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deadmau5 unleashes complete track collection from BBC Radio 1 residency on Spotify

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Deadmau5‘s struck an underground gold mine, and luckily, he’s happy to share the wealth.

After an exciting string of announcements amidst the mau5’s final BBC Radio 1 residency show, the big cheese has thrilled fans with a more immediate gift. Fans of deadmau5’s radio show can relish in a complete collection of the music the artist slung out over the course of the last year thanks to the amusingly-named Spotify playlist “for a lack of a better playlist.”

From the music of Pryda, Gallya, ATTLAS, No Mana, Josh Butler, Rinzen, and many more, Mau5trap‘s gathered together the show’s complete 207-track long list that’s plenty easy to get lost in for 22 hours and 42 minutes if one feels so inclined.

Mau5trap’s looking towards an eventful new year. With fresh music from Joel Zimmerman, a new show, new signees, and more, it’s a good time to be a fan of the label, indeed.

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Shigeto serves up chill, indie guest mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra: Listen

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Back after his near four-year hiatus and fresh off the release of his new record, The New MondayDetroit-hailing Shigeto stopped by BBC to deliver an especially chill mix. Jumping on the guest mix for Benji B’s BBC Radio 1Xtra, the Ghostly International artist has put together a lustrous, spellbinding live vinyl mix.

Shigeto kicks things off with three new tracks from Archy Marshall, otherwise known as the UK indie rocker King Krule. He then sets the stage for an absorbing array of tunes to follow by delving into the mix with three tracks off Marshall’s latest record The OOZ. From there, the artist continues to hold the attention of his listeners in a masterfully balanced assemblage of tunes.

He smoothly pulls off a transition from the heavy grime rapper Giggs to American solace songstress Kelela — and interestingly enough, it works. It echoes a sentiment of keen auditory balance, but such is engrained in the M.O. of an artist the caliber of Shigeto. Take his new album, for example, The New Monday: the record is a culmination of all that he loves about Detroit, namely rap, techno, jazz, and smooth house. It’s for that reason that The New Monday shines, and why the BBC mix does, too.

Listen to the mix here.


King Krule- Biscuit Town

King Krule- Logos

King Krule- Midnight 01 (Deep Sea Diver)

Nas- The World is Yours (Tip Mix)

Giggs- Times Tickin (feat. Popcaan)

Kelela- Truth Or Dare

Stro Elliot- Soul II Stro

Octavian- Party Here

Miink- Who Are You?

SASSY 009- Are You Leaving

Anthony Naples- B3

Joe- MPH

Poté- Egosurf (For All It’s Worth)

Damiano Von Erckert- From The Sun

STL- Out Of The One

Archy Marshall- The Sea Liner Mk 1

King Krule- Rock Bottom

The Damned- Neat, Neat, NeatPixies

Pixies- Wave of Mutilation (UK Surf)

Homecut- I Don’t Even Know

Princess Nokia- ABCs Of New York

Duval Timothy- Ball

Twinkie Clark- Awake O Zion

JKD Band- Dream Machine

Champion- World (feat. Four Tet)

Shimza- Destino (Kaytronik’s Produkt Of My Environment Remix)

Toddla T- Ungrateful (feat. Andrea Martin)

A‐Trak- Believe (Ninetoes Remix)

Throwing Shade- Floors

Redshape- Blink

Walton- Koto Riddim

The Saints- Blind Eye

Fatima- Somebody Else

Kelela- Waitin

Gorillaz- Strobelite (Kaytranada Remix) (feat. Peven Everett)

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Listen: Diplo takes over BBC Radio 1

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Mad Decent boss Diplo returned to his BBC Radio 1 slot over the weekend of October 13 with a heavy mix of hip-hop heaters.

Although he recently called DJ culture “cheesy,” Diplo’s mix leaves no doubts as to his skills behind the decks.

In his near two-hour segment, Diplo splices in some seriously hot tracks from the likes of DJ Snake, Skrillex, Lil Pump, Rawtek, Yo Gotti, Post MaloneDrake, Popcaan, Dillon Francis, and tons more.

Listen to the full show here.

DJ Snake- A Different Way (Tall Boys Back Bootleg) (feat. Lauv)Autoérotique- The Sound (feat. Major Lazer)

Autoérotique- The Sound (feat. Major Lazer)
Khazz- Burnin’ Down

Dr. Fresch- Roll It Up$MGGLR- Groovy

$MGGLR- Groovy

Katy Perry- Swish Swish (Valentino Khan Remix) (feat. Nicki Minaj)

Skrillex & Poo Bear- Would You Ever (4B Remix)

Chris Brown- Till I Die (MaddJazz Bootleg) (feat. Wiz Khalifa & Big Sean)

Dillon Francis- Say Less (Eliminate Remix) (feat. G‐Eazy)Ekali- Babylon (Skrillex & Ronny J Remix) (feat. Denzel Curry)

Ekali- Babylon (Skrillex & Ronny J Remix) (feat. Denzel Curry)Lil Pump- Flex Like

Lil Pump- Flex Like Ouu (Y2K Edit)

Mayhem & Antiserum- Shelter (feat. Bulletproof)

Rawtek- Muzzle (feat. Nonsens)

Boombox Cartel vs Kaaris & Mr. Carmack- Charge (Boombox Cartel Remix)

Jaguar Trap & Mavado- ID (Diplo Edit)

YFN Lucci- Everyday We Lit (DJ Scene Bootleg) (feat. PnB Rock)

Yo Gotti, Mike WiLL Made-It, Flosstradamus & Ricky Remedy- Rake It Up (FAED ‘BYB’ Edit)

Subtact- Tunnel Vision

KRNE & QUIX- New World

2 Chainz-4 AM (DJ Valid Remix) (feat. Travis Scott)

Major Lazer- Thunder & Lightning (feat. Gent & Jawns)

D4L & Getter- LAFFY TAFFY x Sick Jet Pack Bro

Calvin Harris- This Is What You Came For (Gammer Edit) (feat. Rihanna)

Kyle- iSpy (FAED ‘Trap Queen’ Bootleg)

Kanye West- All Of The Lights (Nitti Gritti Bootleg)

Lil Uzi Vert- 444+222 (Tony Arzadon Remix)

Kendrick Lamar- HUMBLE. (Skrillex Remix)

Post Malone- Congratulations (DEUX Twins Remix)


Jenn Morel- Ponteme (Major Lazer Dub)

Halsey- Bad At Love (Dillon Francis Remix)

Ameiro- Wine Ya Bum

Lorde0 Home Made Dynamite (DEVAULT Remix)

Major Lazer & DJ Maphorisa- Particula (Walshy Fire & dEVOLVE Remix)

Major Lazer- Sua Cara (Noizekid Cumbiaton Refix) (feat. Anitta & Pabllo Vittar)

Lauv0 I Like Me Better (B-Phisto Moombahton Remix)

DJ Snake0 Middle Of Africa (Flosstradamus Edit)

Sean Paul- No Lie (Nikko Calor & Big Syphe Puro Pari Remix) (feat. Dua Lipa)

Chace- Something About You (feat. Yade Lauren)

Drake- Madiba Riddim (Deville Club Overhaul)

Cadenza- Parking Spot (feat. Yxng Bane & Shenseea)

Amindi K. Fro$t, Tessellated & Valleyz- Pine & Ginger

Popcaan- Bad Yuh Bad (New Rules Remix)

Camila Cabello- Havana (Charlie Lane Remix) (feat. Young Thug)

Calvin Harris & Offaiah- Sweet Nothing x Trouble (feat. Florence Welch)

Fatboy Slim- Where U Iz (Stephanie Loayza Remix)

Don Diablo- Momentum (Short Edit)

CID- Creepin’ (Club Edit)

MK- 17

Drezo & Dustycloud- House

Kungs vs Cookin’ on 3 Burners- This Girl

Major Lazer & DJ Snake- Lean On (feat. MØ)

Major Lazer- Know No Better (Doobious Remix) (feat. Travis Scott, Camila Cabello & Quavo)

Dillon Francis- Hello There (feat. Yung Pinch)

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Nina Kraviz makes exquisitely evocative return on BBC Radio One’s Essential Mix [LISTEN]

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Nina Kraviz made an exquisitely evocative return to BBC Radio One‘s Essential Mix this weekend — her first appearance on the program since her debut in 2012.

Given the decorum of Kraviz, an expansive and revealing deliverance is to be expected. Naturally, Kraviz works on each and every of her artistic endeavors to solidify her vision of her label’s limitless potential. On the latest essential mix jaunt, the former cosmonaut dentist sinks her teeth into the eclectic трип catalog. She manages to include a bevy of unreleased tunes from her labelmates, all while adhering to an extraterrestrial-leaning outpouring of energy.

Opening with Roma Zuckerman’s “Zeroi,” Kraviz launches listeners into an accessible, dynamic deliverance, ensuring with each further track that she and her трип labelmates come in peace.

The Essential Mix lands ahead of the Kraviz’ forthcoming трип label showcase later this fall, one of which is atop a 150-foot high UFO shaped water tower in Helsinki, Finland.


Listen to Nina Kraviz’ essential mix here.



Roma Zuckerman- Zeroi


PTU- 2618

Bjarki & Nina Kraviz- Cookie and Sexy Beat

Skatebård- Sgnelkab

Unknown- Unknown

Sieg über die Sonne- Love Is Ok (Ricardo Villalobos Remix)

Far Electronics- Inner Language

Volruptus- Fermi Paradox

Maelstrom- The Line

Hieroglyphic Being- This Is 4 The Rave Bangers

PTU- Mstera

Terrence Dixon- Untitled

Biogen- Magic 01

user48736353001- AFX Theme (Bjarki Edit)

Jellybean- Twilight Dome Pt.2

Joey Beltram- Unknown (Armando Edit)

Speedy J- Unknown

Vladimir Dubyshkin- Lorry

Steve O’Sullivan- Quatre 20

Millsart- Gamma Player

Deniro- 700

Deniro- Unknown

Joe Lewis- Unknown

Blawan- 993_mst.wav

Overmind- God Stepped Out Of Space (Bjarki’s Re-Work)

Unknown- Unknown

Bjarki-1 2345 tranx2

Bjarki- This 5321

Universal Indicator- 25 C14

Roma Zuckerman- Years
Steve O’Sullivan- 005_CINQ3

Bjarki- drab 2

Aleksi Perälä- 248_H_133.59375

PTU- Intact Alef

Volruptus- Alien People

Acen- Close Your Eyes


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