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.
Peak Time (2:00:00)
Harley Brown plays through the history of Arbutus Records and speaks with its co-founders.
DFF ATLAS (51:48)
SOYUZ mix an hour of psychedelic influences spanning the music of Gal Costa, Os Mutantes, Stereolab, and more.
Ransom Note (1:28:13)
Yuzo Iwata lays down a vinyl set of balearic disco tunes for his FLOPPY party in Sapporo, Japan, recorded as Ransom Note mix.
Kiosk Radio (1:59:56)
Shoko Igarashi lays down an eclectic set for Brussels’s Kiosk Radio spanning experimental jazz, outsider pop, electronic, and more.
Mixmag Cover Mix (58:25)
Rising producer Sofia Kourtesis's Mixmag Cover Mix spans both sides of her musical upbringing: "For the first half I transported myself to a Peruvian rooftop, playing as the sun goes down. The second half takes me to Berlin, moving to tracks a little harder and darker."
GiGi FM assembles a mix of "ultra-hypnotic techno" for Resident Advisor.
Hue & Saturation Mix 031 (57:46)
"Sludgy but meditative vibes, travelling through textured ambient, dub, downtempo, acid, bass and dnb.”
BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix (1:58:06)
"You can expect to hear some house, garage, trance, jungle, drum & bass, as well as a load of percussive bits and some balearic leaning ambient as well as a couple classic acapellas hidden between the cracks."
Lapsus Radio 251 (0:00)
Sofia Kourtesis puts down a solid hour of free-floating house for Barcelona-based label and radio show Lapsus.
The Lot Radio (2:04:16)
Joined by Sam OB and Rowan Spencer at The Lot Radio, Teen Daze ushers in his new album with two hours of sounds spanning "global AOR, soft balearic, autumnal jazz, dollar-bin soft rock & many more."