The fifty fourth in our series of guest mixes comes from Portable Sunsets, The solo project of musician and artist Peter Segerstrom. His music is about silicon sand and robot romance. Floating somewhere between crystal sharp techno and blurry faded love ballads from the year 2560, Portable Sunsets is a vision quest for young androids.
Track listing :
1. Huaso – Microbird
2. Mass Transit Railway – Monolake
3. Disintigration Loops 3 – William Basinski
4. The Curlew – Nathan Fake
5. Song for Pronghorn – Little Coyote (Written by Clint Campbell)
6. Harmony in Blue 2 – Tim Hecker
7. Stress Waves – Oneohtrix Point Never
8. The Dream – John Tejada
9. Easy Listening Magic – Tape Lion
10. Line – %
11. Rhythmic Variation II – Daphne Oram
12. 12041403 – Innominate
13. Just To See You Smile – Spacemen 3
14. 12041404 – Innominate
15. One Who Can’t Move – Galapagoose
16. Brazil (Live On Tape Cassette) – Luke Abbott
17. Valentine – Moomin
18.Tausend Tränen Tief (Steve Bug remix [Portable Sunsets Edit]) – Blumfeld & DJ Koze
19. Changes Come – Gus Gus
20. Aluminum Sleep – Young Male
21. Christopher – Tape Lion
Slime’s best friend Harry Winteringham has directed a video for Anni, it stars Anni herself. Enjoy. We release The Increases II EP on June 25th.
The fifty second in our series of guest mixes comes from the elusive Bahamian Moore, South London’s finest purveyors of all things vinyl. Check out there excellent Moor Places club night.
Track listing : N/A
Anni is taken from Slime’s Increases II EP, limited vinyl and digital release available on June 25th.
Portrait : Tyrone Lebon
Preferring his house-licked, dub-fuelled rhythms to move from around 120 to 140BPM Jet works his life around music. Regularly laying down sets all over London, he was instantly identifiable for his irrepressible afro before he shaved it all off. Now barnet-ly streamlined and sonically focused, Jet is a man increasingly in demand. Working closely with 10sumo on a remix project for Warner Record’s one-to-watch Lianne La Havas, under the moniker ‘Ganggady’, the Ladbroke Grove based talent releases his debut EP this Summer via his co-founded GETME! imprint. Piecing together the material in his home studio and commissioning his mate Max Fowler to create the artwork, this EP is a culmination of Lett’s life work. With the new tracks displaying his passion and intelligent taste, Jet possesses the kind of slow-burning brilliance that’s soon to come good in a big way. i-D online caught-up with him after the crowds subsided at GETME!‘s event at Corsica Studios on Saturday, were he’d shared disc-spinning duties with Evian Christ, DJ Rashad and Spinn. Look right for his latest exclusive i-D mix and down for his words.
Is Jet Letts your real name? Yes. Have you just shaved your head? No a few months ago, change is good! What have you been up to? I’ve been in the studio working on my EP. Whats on your set list right now? I’m really feeling Jimmy Edgar’s new album and also Moodyman’s last joint. Tracks I’m playing a lot are Hackman’s ’Agree to disagree‘ and Ossie’s ‘Supercali’. And in your backpack? At the moment vinyl. I’ve recently heavily got back into it having gone digital for a few years. What releases have GETME! records got planned for 2012? A new EP from Slime is next up.