Untitled 909 Podcast 083: Amaliah

Things get a little fruity with this pumping mix from London-based selector Amaliah.  Making waves with her Borne Fruits radio shows on Balamii and Threads Radio, Amaliah has been absolutely killing it, recently making her fabric debut as well as bookings at Body Movements Festival, The Cause, The Pickle Factory and more. We sure are

The Lowdown: dj meddle

Making their debut last year on the Edited Arts imprint, dj meddle draws together skeletons of global sounds to create raw, tense, confrontational and sometimes euphoric club records. An ever changing and expanding journey, dj meddle was originally based in London, cutting their teeth with productions and mixing from around the age of 15/16. Soon

The Lowdown: Shcuro

Heading over to Portugal for our latest Lowdown feature with the wonderful Shcuro who has been described as ‘one of those not-so-hidden-anymore treasures from Lisbon’. Releasing his first record in 2012 on the Barcelona label Basal, Shcuro has since gone onto release on the likes of Dark Entries Records, Container Music and most recently Violet’s

Untitled 909 Podcast 081: Doctor Jeep

Doctor Jeep gets dark and stormy for podcast 081.  Based in Brooklyn, Doctor Jeep is the alias of Andre Lira who has become internationally known for his innovative bass mutations that span from breakneck breakbeat rave anthems to murky garage, speedy 4×4 and chuggy dancehall wormholes. Last year Andre celebrated 10 years of the Doctor

The Lowdown: Alexis

Moving to London around five years ago to study at Goldsmiths, Alexis started working at local community station Balamii all throughout her degree and ended up immersing herself in the world of leftfield electronics she is known for today. With the station’s DJs giving Alexis new labels and artists to check out, those years working

The Lowdown: Ludwig Danet [BCKYRD]

Launching an event series is hard. Launching an event series during COVID-19 is even harder. The maze of challenges and obstacles has been enough to turn a lot of people away from the scene, but one of the most positive things emerging from the pandemic is a host of new promoters that are determined to