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‘Herrensauna stalwart MCMLXXXV joins us for Bassiani Podcast #74. Tribal sounds, foreboding bleeps, robotic vocal samples and a hint of electroclash nostalgia define the hour and provide a hypnotic soundtrack for dancing youth.’

‘Haruka’s patient and exploratory approach to sound sets him apart as one of the finest Tokyo DJs currently on offer. For Bassiani Podcast #75 he deftly mixes droning, reverb-heavy, stamina-fuelled techno for two and a half hours of intelligent play.’

‘If the memory of marathon warehouse nights feels a little distant, Bassiani Podcast #76 might be just what you were looking for. This instalment is a seamless dose of bouncy, transcendent rave brought to you by Spielraum resident and rising Dutch star Ki/Ki.’

‘Initial Berlin label boss Julian Muller charts a steady course through sombre urban panoramas, breaks and 90s hardcore for Bassiani Podcast #77. The vinyl-loving DJ provides a fresh take on blockbuster genres in this hour of frenetic peak-time beats.’

‘Move to the beat of Cashu’s marching drum with Bassiani Podcast #78. Back in São Paulo, her politically flavoured gatherings have been gathering momentum and the influence shows. Riffing on Brazilian rhythms and spooky synths, Carolina Schutzer’s sound is the soundtrack for a new age.’

‘The third in a triptychon of mixes by Resom is a nod to her times at the club. In her own words dedicated to freedom and the wish to ‘travel freely’ in her own space. Bassiani Podcast #79 is a meditative work that begins in chaos and ends in escape.’

‘Unlike so many of his peers, Northern Electronics founder Anthony Linell is no flashy DJ. His MO is subtle: let the techno do the talking. Bassiani Podcast #80 sits somewhere between mysterious assembly line and dystopian anthem. Slick and unrelenting.’