Guest Mix: Tellus

We’ve been watching Tellus for a while and we’re big fans of the projects he’s involved in, whether as a solo artist, co-founder of the Locked Concept imprint or one part of the recent 3VS project alongside Akuratyde and Monika. Naturally then we were really pleased when he agreed to record us a Dojo guest mix!

The mix is packed full of deepness new and old, taking in Tellus’s own work alongside beats from Stray, Moresounds, DJrum, Sorse and lots more, plus some unreleased dubs. It’s a lush musical journey through many styles of 170, and a thoroughly enjoyable ride.

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Guest Mix: Electrosoul System

Legendary Russian producer and DJ Electrosoul System steps up to deliver our latest guest mix! With a 15 year career spanning releases for the likes of Med School, Subtitles, Fokuz, Spearhead and his own label Kos.Mos.Music, we jumped at the chance to get a fresh selection from a man we’ve long been fans of.

For this mix Andrey has gone in on a 100% Kos.Mos selection. Spanning everything from some of the label’s earliest releases right up to the present day and a few dubs to boot, and taking in everything from rolling liquid to amen bangers, this is a true 360 degree representation of the Kos.Mos sound. Wicked stuff!

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Guest Mix: Madusea

Canada’s Madusea steps up with a dark and techy selection for our latest guest mix, featuring dubs of his own alongside beats from the likes of Arxiva, Klinical, Data 3, Circuits and Nymfo. Modern, full-roll D&B at it’s sharpest; check it!

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Guest Mix: Captivate & Stranjah

Deviant Audio are in the house for our latest guest mix, celebrating their newest Deviations release with a back to back mix from Captivate & Stranjah. Taking in most of the LP’s material alongside other Deviant cuts and new bits from Critical, Viper and Samsara Beats, this one bangs hard!

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Guest Mix: Jaise

Our latest exclusive guest mix comes from Australian producer Jaise! With releases on Subplate and Protocode and a huge love for vintage techstep and neurofunk, Jaise’s mix takes in selections from the likes of Enei, HLZ and Ulterior Motive alongside unreleased music from himself and Seattle’s D-Struct. Strap yourself in for a dark and rolling journey…

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Guest Mix: Thread

Riddim Records label boss Thread steps up with our latest exclusive guest mix! As you’d expect it’s packed full of Riddim exclusives including dubs from Tactcal, Dedman, Suspekt, DBrief and of course Thread himself. Rolling vibes with a mixture of smooth liquid and darker tech…wicked selection.

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Guest Mix: Smuskind

With the release of Dojo Mix Series #99 earlier this month, we felt it was time for a new lick of paint. The Dojo Mix Series is dead…long live the Dojo Guest Mix. New artwork, new mixes, same quality vibes from underground producers large and small. Delivering the first of the new series is German production duo Smuskind. With releases for imprints like Addictive Behaviour and Drum Army, these boys know their way around a tough roller…

The guest mix features a punchy 30 minute selection including plenty of their own productions alongside cuts from Talkre, Nemy, Amoss, Monty and more…deep, dark and dangerous. As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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DNB Dojo Mix Series 99: Junglist 1996

Our first mix of 2020 comes from Junglist 1996, the old school D&B alias recently started by Polish producer Roominsky. As you might expect for a producer with a number of recent releases for Beat Spectrum, Roominsky delivers a mix full of cuts from the Aussie label alongside technoid and darkstep selections from Position Chrome, Perkussiv Music and Habit Recordings. Anyone hankering for the hard, amen-edged sounds of late 90s and early 2000s D&B will definitely enjoy this one!

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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DNB Dojo Mix Series 98: Jaskin & Uneven

Bristol-based production duo Jaskin & Uneven celebrate their recent EP for None60 with a new mix for DNB Dojo! Blending plenty of their own music with dubs from the None60 crew and cuts from the likes of Dominic Ridgway, Lewis James and Mauoq, this is a deep journey through the more experimental side of 170BPM music. Perfect Friday listening!

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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DNB Dojo Mix Series 97: Akuratyde

Our latest guest mix comes from LA-based producer Akuratyde! With three exceptional releases under his belt for Blu Mar Ten Music and some excellent remixes for the likes of Soulvent and Locked Concept, he’s one of the most exciting producers in the deep and melodic end of 170, as evidenced by a mix that takes in the likes of Bop, Margari’s Kid and Djrum alongside plenty of his own productions. Chilled vibes for your weekend!

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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