1st hour, resident mix: @midnattssoula
Our resident midnattssoula is back after almost 3 months of absence. The bpm drops even more this time as the mix starts at around 102 and ends at 112. Personally he named the mix 'Golden autumn serenades' as it's original launch date should've been 2 weeks later than now, but we think it still works as good for the late summer as for early autumn. Plenty of colour, warmth and sunshine to keep you going and wave a proper goodbye to the departing summer and say hello to the melancholic arrival of the autumn.
1. Suzanne Kraft - Crest [Young Adults]
2. Clandestino - Crack in the Sky (The Beat Broker Dream Dub) [Is it Balearic?]
3. Mario Basanov - Something about [Needwant]
4. Scavenger Hunt - Kiss me clean (Satin Jackets Remix) [Unreleased]
5. Ziggy Phunk - Love you too much [Midnight Riot]
6. Max Essa - Blame it on Rea [Palms & Charms]
7. Lizards - International Track (Max Essa Remix) [Not an Animal]
8. A Vision of Panorama - Southern Breeze [Aficionado Recordings]
9. Change - Mutual Attraction (B. G. Baarregaard rework)
10. Windsurf - Light as Daylight (The Beat Broker Neon Razor Dub) [Catune]
11. Sasac - Talking God (Eddie C Remix) [Alliance Upholstery]
12. The Saint Petersburg Disco Spin Club - Nightdriving (JKriv remix) [Legendary Sound Research]
2nd hour, guest mix: @privateagenda
Having tastefully crafted their tropical cocktail in slightly ironic surroundings (in the midst of a bleak German winter), their debut single, Déjà Vu quickly found a natural home on Mark Barrott's acclaimed Balearic imprint, International Feel. Released in March 2015 to much acclaim, Déjà Vu / Freefalling premiered on BBC1xtra, before being awarded a 9/10 review in Mixmag (UK). The vinyl sold out in a matter of weeks before a repress in July of last year. After a live debut at leading Berlin nightclub Prince Charles during Beatport Live’s streaming event, follow-up single Paralysed premiered on BBC Radio 1 before becoming Disco Single of the Month in Mixmag Germany and DJ Mag Italy’s Disco ‘Money Shot’ in November 2015. In February 2016, the band launched Nightshift; a residency at Berlin's Farbfernseher nightclub and their own imprint, from which their latest single, Full Moon (which featured remixes from Ichisan and Cazzo Pazzo - a side project of Andy Butler of Hercules & Love Affair) was the first release, securing airplay on Radio 1 and being championed by a host of leading DJs including Dave Harvey, Luke Solomon & Massimiliano Pagliara.
With a string of remixes and releases penned for labels as varied as Mark Jones' iconic Wall of Sound to exclusive, vinyl-only imprint Tusk Wax, Private Agenda are swiftly proving to be an act as comfortable in the depths of Berlin's underground as amongst pop's leading lights on commercial radio.
Anything exciting coming up?
We're finishing off lots of new music at the moment: preparing the second release that'll come out on Nightshift Records, finishing up an EP and the full length LP along with planning our next Nightshift parties in Berlin!
Your favourite releases at the moment?
I just checked out Eddie C's new LP on Endless Flight - really beautiful record, James Booth's new record on Church is amazing as are the Sfire remixes on
Emotional Especial/Cocktail d'Amore. Even though I first heard the tracks in February, I also still can't get enough of Selvy's Pops EP for new label, No Bad Days - one of the best of this year for sure.
Your favourite city and possibly a place in that city (bar, restaurant, park, record shop, club, etc.)
Berlin's our favourite city - we feel very fortunate to call it home. The list of inspiring and beautiful places could be pretty endless, but a perfect day out would involve a trip to Record Loft, sipping on an apertif at Cafe Futuro before rumbling onto Griessmuehle, one of our favourite clubs in the city.
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