Our twelfth release, “I Can’t Really Explain (It)” by Nicky Otter, is out today on all digital formats. The limited hand stamped 12″ will ship next week.
The eighty seventh in our series of guest mixes comes from The Mexican based producer, Omaar. Primarily a NAAFI artist, he has released on Infinite Machine’s single series, exploring the left field of Grime and its neighbouring genres.
1. Creep N00m – Madness
2. Asa & Sorrow – Nightshade
3. Particle – & foot deep
4. Omaar – Black outfit (Particle RMX)
5. Breakage – Hard (FT.Newham Generals and David Rodigan)
6. J Wing – 140
7. Particle – fruit punch
8. Particle – Fruit punch (Devil’s mix)
9. Omaar – Black outfit
10. Asa & Sorrow – Shook
11. Asa & Sorrow – Untitled
Stream The lead track from Nicky Otter’s debut release on GETME!
“I Can’t Really Explain (It)” is out March 18th on 12″ vinyl and all digital platforms.
The eighty sixth in our series of guest mixes comes from Sheffield newcomer, Pedram. His latest release is forthcoming on Born Electric, touching on off kilter house and the more melodic side of electronica.
Track listing :
1. Pedram – Ernstige
2. Seb Wildblood – Systir
3. Shigeto – Do my thing
4. Lake People – Drifting Red
5. Rival Consoles – Low
6. Shigeto – Pulse
7. Nuage – Haunting
8. Franc Spangler – Lumpsucker
9. Laur – Angus
Download Nicky Otter‘s club tool “Love” ahead of his debut release on GETME! Next month.
“MixTate is a series in which up-and-coming musical figures create sound mixes inspired by Tate works.”
“For the tenth mix in our series, London-based producer Lixo takes inspiration from William Hogarth’s Gin Lane 1751”
“I found Gin Lane very striking as a teenager, It’s incredibly sinister and yet somehow comic in its depiction of London’s booze epidemic during the 18th century. An image which seems all too relevant today. There is a tension in the detail of the piece and a somewhat surreal tone which I try and convey in my own drawings and in turn the music I make. I would say my sound is routed in London and Hogarth’s piece evokes the immense history the capital holds and I feel it’s all somehow connected, a progression from syphilitic woman drunk on ‘Mother’s Ruin’ to contemporary binge drinking, promiscuity and the imminent collapse of society as we know it.”