Posts by Theo Kotz (@theokotz)

Hyperdub Takeover: DJ Spinn

To celebrate 15 years of Hyperdub, we invited the label to take over crackaud.io ahead of their panel discussion at Simple Things Festival. First up is DJ Spinn

Sunday Mix: Peter Leung #2

Peter Leung returns with more sunset-ready tunes for your Sunday. After his last set of downtempo grooves this time Leung slows it down even further for a blissed-out Sunday Mix

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M’illumino D’immenso – Mixed by Miedo Total

A metal-head turned electronic producer, Miedo Total’s music brings the drama. His mix is at once baroque, harsh, beautiful, tense and soothing.

MARICAS #1: ISAbella

The Colombian DJ moves through the gears with strutting electro, wide-eyed idm and hefty breaks and bassweight.

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London-based producer object blue straddles the line between function and experimentation in her Crack Mix

Honey Soundsystem Records #2: October

Bristol’s October is next up for the San Francisco institution, exclusively playing his own tracks and remixes for a sleazy delve into the darkness

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Paranoid London

Analogue wizards Paranoid London step up with this tough, sleazy hour of acid, house and techno

Sunday Mix: Joe Armon-Jones

The Ezra Collective founder comes through with a mix of Pete Rock, Cypress Hill, Chaka Khan and more for you to sit back and bop with

UK Funky – Mixed by Bamz

After a brief flirtation with the mainstream, UK funky looked to be consigned to history at the start of the decade. As a whole new generation of producers and DJs emerge inspired by the genre§1, we asked one of them, Bamz, for this primer into one of the UK’s most irresistible sounds.

Choose your own adventure – Mixed by Gloo

This mix invites you to jump to certain time-codes based on your decisions, leading you on a sonic journey through a bubblegum-pop labyrinth. Play your cards right and unlock a prize

10 mixes you need to hear this month

Ten of our favourite recorded mixes of the month. From dub to acid, krautrock to surf rock, we have you covered

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Domino #2: SASAMI

SASAMI, whose recent reverb-soaked debut struck a fragile balance between tender and blistering, steps up for our Domino residency

Incienso #1: Anthony Naples

The New York producer launches a new residency from Incienso, the label he runs with Jenny Slattery. Metallic house, Italo judders and cascading breakbeats make for a captivating first mix

Bamao Yendé

The Boukan Records honcho draws for sweet SA highlife, garage subs, syncopated breaks and warm, soulful pads on Crack Mix 313

Sunday Mix: Hector Plimmer

The South London beatmaker soundtrack’s your Sunday with this warm and woozy set.