GM Guest mix one hundred and thirty five comes from Maria Teriaeva, the Siberian-born, Moscow-based musician and composer. She uses the Buchla modular synthesizer as a framework for her music combining it with acoustic instruments and voice. Her latest LP ‘Conservatory Of Flower’ sees Teriaeva blending Buchla compositions with analogue instrumentation, including trumpet, saxophone, cello and flute.

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GM Guest Mix #134 comes from producer / DJ, Sonia Calico. Born and raised in Taipei, she has been at the forefront of Taiwan’s dance music scene, striving to find new music and not be constrained by genre. Her recent collaborative project “Clutter Confines” is a response to the recent Taiwanese LGBTQ rights movement. In 2019 Taiwan became the first Asian country to legalise same sex marriage. The process has been long and arduous with a series of controversial referendums that blocked its legalization. A response to the situation, Sonia Calico’s ‘Clutter Confines’ is split into four sections, each one presenting visual and sonic cues drawing on the artist’s experiences with the referendum.

Track listing :

1. PEDRO – Pusha (feat. Kelman Duran)
2. Basile3 – Blanka Riddim
3. Lujiachi – Teiichi
4. Nahash – A Secret Christian Influence
5. Tzusing – 地心引力抓不住你
6. J E L L V A K O – VISION
7. Sonia Calico – ???
8. Le Dom – Lava Drums
9. Ahadadream – Earthquake (ft. De Grandi)
10. Oldyungmayn – Zereba
11. Sonia Calico – ???
12. ONJUICY, Carpainter, Utae – Spaceship 2094
13. Sonia Calico – ???
14. Ca$h Bandicoot – BADGIRLSCLUB
15. EQ Why – The Night Bounce
16. Aloka – Love Drug (Jensen Interceptor’s Blue Suede Rave Remix)
17. Sonia Calico – ???
18. SNØW – 145
19. BRITNEY SPEARS – TOXIC (LOBSTA B REMIX)
20. Moldy – Bigmama Nature House
21. Ao Wu – Unstable Sight
22. LSDXOXO – FENTANYL
23. Filastine – Blockchainz
24. Anoop x Richelle – Baby
25. Po Woo – 伍肆叁
26. Tzekin – Suicide Doors (Sonia Calico Remix)





GM Guest Mix #133 comes from new comer Mxshi Mo (AKA Nkanyiso Shoba). Hailing from Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, he highlights his unique take on The Gqom and Sghubu sounds with a mix of all his own tracks, including new and unreleased material. His most recent EP was released by the prolific More Time label and he continues to create at a feverish pace.

Track listing :

1. Mxshi Mo – Washa
2. Mxshi Mo – Cyber Kidz
3. Mxshi Mo – Slum Boy
4. Mxshi Mo – Sumerian
5. Mxshi Mo – Ghetto Trance
6. Mxshi Mo – Tech Wars
7. Mxshi Mo – Space Zulu
8. Mxshi Mo – Deda feat. Sykes
9. Mxshi Mo – Atonal Atmospheres





GM Guest Mix number one hundred and thirty two comes from Toby Dunn aka T Dunn. Having held residencies at a range of nights over the years, he co-runs the club night Obscure which has seen a diverse roster of artists since its inception, from Detroit In Effect & Slimzee to Ingi Visions & Dr Banana, who he recently guested with on Rinse FM. He plays a deep mix of dub, broken club rhythms and classic UKG sounds which Obscure became famous for. These days he’s heavily involved in the burgeoning new UKG scene, weaving the multitude of new sounds being produced by the people around him into his club and radio sets.

Track listing :

1. Tony Tuff – Thank You Jah Jah
2. Ahmed Ben Ali – Subhan
3. Prince Jammy – Kamikaze
4. Sugar Minott – Give A Hand
5. Alexander Gradsky – Evil
6. Lemon8 – Black & White
7. Peace Division – Climbing Pyramids (New Century Soul Remix)
8. Denord – Alex’s Song
9. DJ Rasoul – Loves Theme
10. Rob Amboule – Something For Thomas
11. Stelf – ED 209
12. Anxiety State – Impulsive
13. Dread Time – No Matter What Time (Bird Inst)
14. Knights Of Illusion – Sexuality (Condom Mix)
15. Mark One – Equalizer
16. Harry Hyde – Slick Rick
17. 3Phaz – Siren
18. AEM Rhythm Cascade – Волнушка





Guest Mix one hundred and thirty one comes from Louise Chen. Half Taiwanese-half French and currently based in Paris, Louise made a name for herself promoting parties between 2012 and 2017. Originally starting off as a hip-hop and R&B DJ, her sound is now deeply rooted in a broad range of genres, ranging from gospel, disco, to classic deep house all the way to ghetto house and Techno. In 2018, she released her first track ‘Reach’ on Moxie’s On Loop label and compilation: a rolling tune that reflects Louise’s take on Horny House. Today Louise enjoys hosting her monthly radio show on NTS in London and playing parties around Europe as she works on upcoming productions.

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GM Guest Mix 130 comes from Midori Hirano. A native to Kyoto, Japan who made the creative pilgrimage to Berlin in 2008. Her productions are based around the use of traditional instrumentation – piano, strings, voice – and augmented with often subtle electronic processing and digital samples creating a rich, rolling sound that is at once warm and melodic while tracing unexpected musical trajectories. She has released music with the likes of Erased Tapes, Sonic Pieces, Staaltape and Daisart.

Track listing :

1. Midori Hirano – Corridor
2. AOKI Takamasa & Ichiro Yamaguchi – Reflect
3. Saroos – Whirligig
4. Mika Vainio – Load
5. TCF – 03 54 C6 05 1C 13 CC 72 E9 CC DC 84 F2 A3 FF CC 38 1E 94 0D C0 50 5C 3E E8
6. Space Dimension Controller – Closing Titles
7. Christoph Berg – Happy, in Human Terms
8. Félicia Atkinson – Valis
9. MimiCof – Solar Wind
10. Marc Leclair & Rechenzentrum – 114e Jour
11. Richard Devine – Plonked Spectral
12. Ryuichi Sakamoto & Taylor Deupree – Ghost Road
13. Byetone – Neuschnee
14. Tujiko Noriko – At The Sea
15. Midori Hirano – Haiyuki





Guest Mix 129 comes from East Man, aka Anthoney J Hart. With his unique take on Grime and its genre tropes he reduces the sound to its steely fundamentals, bringing in influences from Drum & Bass, Techno and Dancehall to gird the voices of the MCs he works with. His own name for this hardcore continuum mongrel is ‘Hi Tek’. He established the ‘Hi Tek Sounds’ label to release his East Man productions, as well as collaborations with other like minded musicians.

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Guest Mix 128 comes from The Romanian DJ and producer Borusiade aka Miruna Boruzesca. Having started djing in 2002 as one of the then very few female DJ’s in the city’s emerging alternative club scenes she then expatriated to Berlin and honed her own production skills, influenced by her classical music and film education. She has gone on to release music with the likes of Correspondant, Cititrax, Cómeme, Unterton, Dekmantel and Pinkman. She continues to share her broad musical world via a monthly show on Radio Cómeme.

Track listing :

1. Coy – La Cantine du Vatican
2. Mistakes Are OK – Her Revenge
3. JT – Progreso
4. K-LONE – Yelli
5. New Hook – OT
6. The Mauskovic Dance Band – Ventura – Dub
7. Johannes Albert – Vision Utopia
8. Fantastic Twins – Read My Palmer, Laura
9. Clan Of Xymox – Stranger
10. Sepher – Coup D’etat
11. Identified Patient – Comeback





GM Guest Mix 127 comes from Lithuanian producer Mantas Povilaika, aka DJ JM. After first starting to emerge on the London club scene radar back in 2015 he has gone on to work with @nervoushorizon with releases inspired by local Lithuanian club sounds and the rising London club movement he’s become a part of, with his unique take on fiery drum-led patterns that demonstrate a knack for exploring what you can achieve when using ‘club’ space correctly.

1. DJ JM – LOL LIFE
2. DJ JM – LITHUANIAN NATIONAL INSTRUMENT
3. DJ JM – SPIRITED AWAY
4. DJ JM – CONVERSATION
5. DJ JM – CIRCUS CIRCLE
6. DJ JM – WE ALL BE LIKE
7. DJ JM – WARNED
8. DJ JM – XD (EXTENDED MIX)
9. DJ JM – MERCURY BEATS
10. DJ JM – SYNGAS
11. DJ JM – HORSES IN THA BACK
12. DJ JM – BIRDWATCHERS
13. DJ JM – PHYSICAL
14. DJ JM – MONSTERA
15. DJ JM – PACEMAKER
16. DJ JM – THE SKIRTS
17. DJ JM – OCDRUM
18. DJ JM – SHY’N’SLUXXY
19. DJ JM – SUMMER IN NOVEMBER





GM Guest Mix 126 comes from Basic Rhythm, the recording alias of Anthoney Hart who also records under the name East Man. He grew up on the boundary of East London and Essex, playing drum and bass on pirate radio in the mid nineties, most notably Rude FM. As Basic Rhythm, Hart draws more directly upon his pirate radio years, while still pushing forward into new territories to emerge with more overtly dancefloor material.

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