Mixes featured in our weekly Stack newsletter, roughly sorted by energy.
Once a week, Stack delivers a mix of the most interesting new music on the web, handpicked by the Hype Machine team. Here's a recent mix.
NTS Radio (59:10)
On NTS Radio, Lisbon-via-West London producer Bullion airs a smooth mix of left field pop anchored by his own music's recurring presence.
BIS Radio Show #1055 (1:14:32)
Edmonton-based producer Khotin assembles a melancholic mix of abstract snippets, recent favorites, and unreleased material for Tim Sweeney's Beats in Space show.
Bleep Mix #112 (1:12:26)
K-LONE introduces his mix of dreamy ambient techno and new-age for Bleep: "A selection of cuts from my favourite albums I was listening to around the time of writing Cape Cira, mostly the sort of stuff for listening to at home rather than the club."
Clash Magazine (52:09)
Baths embraces what he calls "chaotic energy"—from Janet Jackson to Autechre—on a mix for Clash Magazine.
Carhartt WIP (1:41:59)
Carhartt WIP tapped Moodymann to mix his Motown favorites in celebration of Motown’s 60th anniversary.
Domino #3 (59:24)
In her mix for Crack Magazine, Ela Minus "reaches for a more serene selection for home listening, delivering a set of hypnotic grooves."
Oneohtrix Point Never
ELARA Radio (1:09:52)
Following his acclaimed score for the Safdie Brothers' film Uncut Gems, Oneohtrix Point Never shares this wildly varied and usually titled mix for their radio station.
Total Refreshment Centre
Boiler Room (2:39:47)
London’s influential music hub Total Refreshment Centre, along with Boiler Room and the Barbican,host Dreaming The City, a jazz show designed as "a live mixtape exploring three decades of musical excellence that took place inside an Edwardian warehouse in Hackney."
Crack Mix 237 (1:14:53)
British producer and DJ Minor Science delivers a Crack Mix "charged with fractious energy, forks in the road and what’s technically referred to as lose-your-shit moments."
Here's the latest NTS Radio dispatch from Yu Su, which meanders through minimal synth wave, boogie, and lefthouse house selections.
Deena Abdelwahed says the idea behing her RA mix was to "push forward raw songs which are not particularly DJ friendly (could be folkloric, noise, experimental…) and mash them up with sophisticated electronic sounds or/and intended club music tracks."