Dave Wesley, March 7th 2017
This is one of my favorite experimental ambient sets ever. The Buchla Music Easel doesn’t hurt either.
Dom Fox, February 24th 2017
After listening to the first weird mix by The Push, I had to dig up others… Here’s a truly weird companion to the other posted mix here on Sursumcorda. Sincerely yours, Dom
Dom Fox, February 23rd 2017
The Push are know for their deep meditative electronic music… but once in awhile they barf up somewhat twisted eclectic mixes that are far from genre locked and are highly produced with sound effects and creative transitions, etc. This is one of those mixes from several years back. Glad I found it. With love and respect, Dom
Dave Wesley, February 13th 2017
Great “out-there” mix by a modern master of the dark dub techno genre… This one is a bit on the experimental and gritty side with some beautiful “glimmers of hope”. Very inspirational and timely. Time to do some digging in the dirt with a flashlight.
Dom Fox, February 1st 2017
How cool is this? If the internet existed for only one reason… this might very well qualify.
Dom Fox, January 7th 2017
This is a crazy experimental dark mix with electronics and improv. Wonderful stuff. Don’t listen if you can’t handle scary cinema. Also, long live Mixcloud.
Dave Wesley, November 21st 2016
Brazil-based Radio Cómeme is the most prolific provider of eclectic cool mixes that I’ve encountered on the weird wide web, thus far, in my not so young life. The mixes and cadre of DJ curators mix wide-ranging genres including vintage latin sounds, which is my favorite genre of Radio Cómeme mixes in the more […]
Dave Wesley, November 15th 2016
Until every track, sample, stem, digital image, etc. is watermarked or Blockchain enabled, we have the advantage of listening to expertly crafted mixes from true crate diggers like Flakka (Flávio Freitas), from Porto, Portugal. I have had the extreme good fortune to be in his presence many times, along with his cadre of fellow diggers […]
Dave Wesley, October 31st 2016
Really fresh short mix. Trippy. Just how we like them.