Off the back of just one single, Coolangatta producer Willaris. K has created plenty of buzz in the Australian electronic scene. See why in this mix for Motorik’s Sunset show, as he spins his brand of energetic techno that melds intimidating bass lines with delicate arpeggios.
Packed with nostalgic sequencers and unrelenting rhythms, Melbourne producer and DJ Roza Terenzi programs an hour of dark and diverse dance music. Expect niche cuts of techno, house, electro and breakbeat.
New York producer Josh Pan delivers intense bass alongside idiosyncratic dance instrumentals on Glitches, dropping plenty of surprises along the way.
After spending years enjoying music from the other side of the booth, Melbourne’s Pjenné is spending time behind it, carving up some of the most interesting electronic and world music.
In the mix for Purple Sneakers, City Calm Down showcase a few indie and electronic deep cuts with musical gems scoured from a diverse range of continents and eras.
Drawing from a mixed bag of techno, jersey, rap and baile funk, Amy Axegale showed Sidechains his diverse inspirations and shares a taste of his new release “More Than Just Friends”.
All the way from Belgium, Explore moves from lo-fi beats to heavy trap in this nimble mix for Glitches.
Percussive polyrhythms and classic dancefloor sounds: K-Hand proves her status as the First Lady of Detroit Techno on Sunset With Kato and Ben Fester.
Melbourne producer and head of Momentary Records, Ben Houghton, shared an hour of pulsing house with Pure Space, deftly moving between tech house and disco.
Slim Set and Kimchi Princi bottle their live energy into a mix for Switch, where the MCs let loose over eclectic hard-hitting beats. You might even get a taste for a few of their new tunes, due out very soon.