You've got an hour of unreleased joy this week as one of 2014's best breakout labels proves 2015 belongs to them too: Vancouver's indefatigable 1080p.
About this mix
This is a mix of 100% upcoming 1080p material; either tracks direct from upcoming releases or some that are tangential to new releases. Contributions come (in order of appearance) from Montreal, New York, London, Okayama, Melbourne, Berlin, Ottawa, Vancouver, Ireland, Wellington and Edmonton.
It feels amazing after 18 months of running 1080p to still be surrounded by amazing producers in both my immediate physical sphere and in a wider global/Internet realm, especially hearing material from newer producers who were released on the label a year ago progressing their sound and experimentation further.
I have to say I felt super moved and inspired while assembling this mix, realizing that all these people I know actually make this music with such sincere approaches.
I'm excited about a few vinyl releases planned for the second half of 2015 as well as the same bi-weekly tape release schedule and a handful of parties, the next of which is in New York on April 9. It's easy to run a label when this constant stream of inspiration is around.
Our weekly audio mix series where we call upon the most interesting artists/DJs/record labels and ask them to peer into the near future. How they take it from there is entirely open to interpretation.
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The experimental, emotionally-charged Bay Area producers return with a stunner, letting loose some of their best beats to date in this 100% originals mix.