The London electronic duo take the decks for the latest Monday Mix, sharing a selection of tracks inspired by moonwalks, space travel and the Kuiper belt.
Stockholm-based Bård Ericson – also known as Boerd – shares a tribute to mellow electronica, sharing tracks from Röyksopp, DJ Shadow and Burial.
Giles Peterson favourite Skinny Pelembe serves up a selection of soft, offbeat gems for the latest Monday Mix.
The South London producer and multi-instrumentalist compiles the tracks that have shaped him over the years, from Flying Lotus and DJ Shadow to De La Soul.
The composer, known for his dreamy and evocative surf film soundtracks, shares his Monday mix – featuring tracks from Nils Frahm, Colin Stetson and Boards of Canada.
Japanese singer Hatis Noit takes us to a higher plain in the latest Monday Mix, mixing classical compositions with eerie, twisted experimentalism.
The Calgary-based multimedia collective show off their musical heritage in the latest Monday Mix, with tracks from Fela Kuti, Kendrick Lamar and Brian Eno.
The ‘sad-boy pop’ pioneer gets introspective for the latest Monday Mix, bringing together tracks from Sufjan Stevens, James Blake and Owen Pallett.
The latest Terrible Records signee serves up an eclectic and dreamy Monday mix, complete with techno, metal, and ‘weird ambient.’
The Glaswegian five-piece celebrate the release of their fifth album, Always Ascending, with an exclusive mix of synth-pop anthems and rare retro floor-fillers.
For the latest instalment of Huck’s Monday Mix, the New York artist shares the music that’s accompanied her from late night open mics to the recording of her debut album.
The singer, songwriter, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist leads a musical voyage for our latest Monday Mix, traversing effortlessly through genre, place and time.