A multi-genre program featuring eclectic sets by a rotating cast of international and local DJs, each building upon a party vibe to kick off your weekend. Check out the archives of previous exclusive mixes here, and check out the upcoming schedule below:
Kingston, Jamaica native David Marston is a versatile multi-instrumentalist, DJ, and producer who released his debut album 'Feeling You' this past spring and put his breezy fusion of house, R&B, disco, funk, and pop music on full display. Currently based in Brooklyn, he's also established close affiliations with the Crew Love collective that's spearheaded by Soul Clap and Wolf + Lamb.
DJ Haram is a producer and DJ who distinctively ties her New Jersey musical history with more recent involvement in the Philadelphia DIY noise scene, whilst paying homage to her Middle Eastern roots. A close affiliate of New York's Discwoman collective, she is also one half of 700 Bliss, alongside rapper and poet Moor Mother. This month she releases the 'Grace' EP on revered UK label Hyperdub Records, which serves as an appetizer for her forthcoming debut full-length album, due out in the near future on Hyperdub.
Plaid is the innovative and influential UK duo comprised of Ed Handley and Andy Turner. Originally founding members of pioneering electronic outfit The Black Dog in the late 1980s, the pair formed Plaid in 1991 and quickly released their debut album 'Mbuki Mvuki.' Now nearly 30 years into their career, Plaid just released their 10th album 'Polymer' on their longtime label Warp Records.
Joshua Bandy is a Seattle-based DJ and sound designer who's had a lasting impact on the local electronic music community throughout the 2000s. Raised on a steady diet of Motown and Stax, his youthful obsession with sound and music matured into a passion for vinyl and DJing, and he soon became a staple in local clubs as well as a founding member of United House Front, a crew responsible for 20 years of deep, disco, and funky house events in the Pacific Northwest.