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Mixes: TMS Mixtape Round-up January 2016

Sarah Farina

In our biggest mixtape round-up to date, we're delighted to bring you new mixes and podcasts by Walter Vinyl, Soulmind, Qumasiquamé, Chix, NGHT DRPS, Yo van Lenz, Sarah Farina, MKwabena, LeFeu & Suki Quasimodo!

Walter Vinyl

Walter Vinyl has compiled a this fresh mix for our friends at Firmament entitled “Screwdown Sauce” - basically it’s footwork and jungle records played back at the wrong speed. Never before has wrong been so right.


The follow-up to Soulmind’s Excursions In Bass Weight series is the perfect Sunday joint for any bass lover with tunes by Loefah, Commodo, Gantz & Kahn, Distance - and unreleased TMS material by NGHT DRPS.


This motivational mix by Chix includes an impressive amount of exclusive Through My Speakers material, mashed up with like-minded influencers’ sound from all over the place.


This mixtape by Qumasiquamé represents the current temperatures outside perfectly, just as much as it reps Kwame’s influences, growing up as a big fan of golden-era rap music and UK electronic music.

Sixfoot/ MKwabena

SIXFOOT aka MKwabena’s mix for Àlden Records makes the sun come out! His soulful house selection is spreading pure summer vibes and will brighten up your day, promised!


NGHT DRPS contributed a guest mix to Keinemusik’s radio show. Even if his genre-defying selection might be slightly unusual for the series, it all makes perfect sense when the Bearded One gets on the decks.


Check out Yo van Lenz, Sixfoot, LeFeu and Suki Quasimodo dropping musical gems for the podcast series of French Music blog Maison Musique. Click on the artwork to check out the mixes:

Sarah Farina

Sarah Farina’s mix for the Armory Podcast features a heavy rainbowbass selection with tunes by Special Request, Murder He Wrote, Addison Groove & Sam Binga.


Get dem ski masks ready and your slow dance on for the sequel to Soulmind’s most successful mix… Trunk-rattling ghetto shit with some rap appearances throughout.