This week's top mixes include A Guy Called Gerald for Rinse FM, Julia Mira for Red Light Radio and Mark Alow for Bespoke Musik. Mark Alow for Bespoke Musik. Spanish DJ and producer Mark Alow drops the latest mix for the Bespoke Musik Radio show. Keeping the groove highly addictively throughout, Mark Alow spins deep house, dub-techno, balearic beats and more. [advert-inline] A Guy Called Gerald for Rinse FM. A Guy Called Gerald returns for his weekly show on Rinse FM, providing an hour of captivating house music, moving through soulful, vocal and jazzy cuts along the way. [advert-inline] Disrupt for Hyponik. Something a bit different for this one, as Leipzig based Jahtari records boss Disrupt provides a mix for online-blog Hyponik. Perfect for kicking back at home and relaxing, Disrupt mixes up electronica, 70's psychedelia and dub-influenced numbers. [advert-inline] John Talabot for NTS. John Talabot returns for his monthly slot on NTS radio with his 'Music For Days Like These' show. The Hivern Discs founder drops slo-mo electro, broken beats and spaced out percussion heavy breaks in his hour-long set. [advert-inline] Julia Mira for Souvenir on Red Light Radio. Julia Mira drops a banging mix of electro and breaks for Souvenir on Amsterdam's Red Light Radio. Energetic from start to finish, Julia Mira shows her love for all things industrial and analog, spinning a mix full of bleeps, squeaks and bad-ass basslines.
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