Untitled 909 Podcast 126: Ell Murphy

Channelling the collective rave energy from a recent festival experience we welcome London-based artist Ell Murphy to the series. Founder of the ever-growing label Jucey Tunes where she recently released a collaborative EP with Mani Festo, Ell Murphy is an exciting emerging voice within the South East London scene. Bringing a hybrid element to her

Untitled 909 Podcast 124: yumi

A slow-burning sometimes creeping mix from NYC-based DJ yumi, with the tempo hitting that sweet spot. She’s part of the In Your Dirty Ears crew who run the new music staple newsletter of the same name – a favourite of ours! Through In Your Dirty Ears, the artists have hosted shows on French station LYL

Untitled 909 Podcast 120: BFTT

Manchester’s BFTT brings his serendipitous club moments to the Untitled 909 mix series, describing his contribution as a ‘Best Of Compilation of some big blend moments that have happened during recent sets.’  Including unreleased tracks from himself, YCO Cru, Henzo and ‘internet friends’, BFTT’s mix excels in building pace, slowly chugging along via the percussive

Untitled 909 Podcast 119: DR MYSTERY

“It’s all about that N R G and losing yourself to dance in a sweaty club on a summer night. Cruising between techno, percussive rhythms of leftfield bass and some added experimental for the good measure. Club aerobics for your body and mind.”  Based in Manchester, DR MYSTERY is a resident at NTS and the UK’s best club

Untitled 909 Podcast 118: Pluralist

Bristol’s Pluralist has been on a steady rise over the last few years, consistently releasing mighty EPs which showcase his take on percussive driven techno and leftfield bass music. He has made appearances on forward thinking club labels such as Control Freak Recordings, Accidental Meetings, Pressure Dome, Left, Right & Centre and a forthcoming EP

Untitled 909 Podcast 117: Toumba

Introducing Toumba – an Amman-based DJ/Producer/Designer who is pushing the boundaries of, and deconstructing Middle Eastern music, specifically, Levantine and Jordanian music. Toumba incorporates traditional sounds with razor-sharp sound design and clever arrangement to produce unique tracks. Garnering attention with his 115 EP on All Centre and his own self released edits and EPs, he