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

Untitled 909 Podcast 079: 8ball

Leicester’s 8ball delivers a beautiful summery mix for Untitled909, put together with comfy five in the afternoon festival sets at the back of the mind, its dreamy, mind-expanding stuff to kick back to, and a perfect reflection of their lush signature sound, a heady fusion of mellow atmospheric soundscapes side with UK hardcore, jungle and drum’n’bass.  

Untitled 909 Podcast 078: Nasty King Kurl

Welcome to the Nasty kingdom. Berlin-based producer Nasty King Kurl has been releasing music since 2017 on imprints such as Serious Trouble and 777 Recordings. His background is firmly rooted in modern hip hop and incorporates a lot of live elements into his performances. This feeds into his productions, mixing an often time hectic soundscape

Untitled 909 Podcast 077: DJ Crisps

A sizzlin’ hot UKG and breaks mix from Rotterdam’s very own DJ Crisps.  With releases, Riz La Teef’s South London Pressings and Bristol label Time Is Now, DJ Crisps returns with three original dubs that blur the lines between garage, hardcore and breakbeat. ‘Music Is My Life’ lands on Cheeky Music Group on the 20th

Untitled 909 Podcast 076: Robin Stewart

Take a walk through the swamps with this nail-biting mix from Bristol’s Robin Stewart, starting with murky downtempo chuggers, building in anticipation as the mix lends itself into the boisterous side of his mixing style featuring big room weapons from the likes of Clouds, Juan Sanchez, LSDXOXO and Slacker. A masterclass of suspense. “It’s a

Untitled 909 Podcast 075: Ghost Phone

Enter the elusive Ghost Phone. The finest purveyor of sensual chopped ‘n’ screwed cuts, this Bristol label has fast become iconic in its own right. Known for taking your favourite r’n’b slow jams, dancehall bops, and rap trax and giving em a full-on Ghosty re-rub, as well as their 100% mixtape series – deep dives

Untitled 909 Podcast 074: Daisy Moon

Bristol’s Daisy Moon first paved her way in the city through the Housework party series she hosted alongside Shanti Celeste, Golesworthy, and Gramrcy. Fast becoming a local legend, Daisy has since picked up a radio residency on Noods, released on Idle Hands and Curl Recordings, and is also co-runs Mix Nights – a non-project initiative