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The man, the myth, the legend known as Teki Latex should be well known to everyone who’s into forward thinking club music. Since his involvement with acclaimed French rap group TTC, he’s emerged as one of the most prolific dj’s/producers out of Paris.

A while back he turned his focus to dj’ing with the purpose of giving every mixtape the same attention that a recording artist would give to an EP/album and hoping that people treat them, listen to them and react to them the same way as they would an album. His recent, mind-bending and boundary pushing “King Of Blends” mixtape trilogy focused on giving iconic pop tracks and classic underground tunes a new context by layering them with more modern and obscure tracks. The mixtape trilogy was lauded with praise.

His absolutely fantastic new mixtape “The Tardigrade’s Lament” is a simpler affair that doesn’t deal with a specific concept or being filled with spectacular blends but instead it’s designed to reflect the vibe of his recent dj sets and also the general melancholic vibe of the last days of summer ie “just a good mixtape to close your eyes and travel mentally to”.

“The tardigrade is a micro-animal found everywhere, from mountain tops to deep sea, from tropical rainforests to the Antartic. It is able to survive extreme temperatures, extreme pressures (both high and low), air deprivation, radiation, dehydration, and starvation. It can have sex in outer space. Under unfavourable conditions, it goes into a state of suspended animation in which it can survive for years or even decades, making the tardigrade virtually immortal. I’m not trying to say « I am like a tardigrade » or « this mixtape is a tardigrade », i’m just saying, tardigrades are really cool.”

If you’ve been clubbing in Stockholm during the past couple of years, you’re bound to have encountered dj/producer Jeansbjörn who happens to be one of the most wicked selectors that are on offer here in Sweden. Now, he’s teamed up with Rave-Dave for a mixtape of all heat that’s definitely gonna be bumped for the rest of the summer.

“From Titiyo to Bella Boo, via Morabeza Tobacco, Blunted Dummies and a New Order classic with a twist of Kedr Livanskiy – this is a mix of some older and some newer favorites we’ve been bumping this spring. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do :))”

Björk collaborator Lotic releases the Matt Lambert directed visuals for the track “Hunted”, which is lifted off the debut album “Power” (due to be released on July 13th).

Lisbon producer/dj’s Branko and PEDRO (formerly known as King Kong) collaborate on the hypnotic sounding, funked up tribal club bomb “MPTS” (= a shortened, Portuguese SMS term for “Meus Putos” — which loosely translates to meaning “my crew”). The track is released via Enchufada and it’s the first in a series of new Branko singles, his first new material since 2016’s much acclaimed “Reserva Pra Dois” and follows up the 2017 compilation “Enchufada Na Zona”.