You can now listen again to the fourth show of Erol Alkan’s 4th 6 Mix on BBC 6 Music Residency which aired live on Friday 1 August here
Tracklist:Ghost Culture – ArmsRandomer – HuhMr. Flash – Midnight Blue (Margot Dub)Partial – Taifa (The Emperor Machine Extended Mix)Marco Bernardi – SpacejamJey Kurmis – LoverRoisin Murphy – Ancora Ancora Ancora (Severino & Nico De Ceglia Remix)Joe’s Bakery Band – ConejitoShe Lies – Needed YouSigward – Black Mambo (ft. Ingri)Rawaat – Exp 2Personator – No DecayMagnesii – RZTB TantraThe Acid – Fame (Factory Floor Dub Remix)Radio Slave – Jus WerkPaul Woolford – Pandemonium (KiNK3 Mix)Sparky – Portland (Tuff City Kids Looney Mix)Imre Kiss – NonMorgan Buckley – Heavy Traffic Weather ReportMidland – Before We Leave (Gerd Janson Remix)Tambien – Are You In Touch With Varan?Unknown Artist – A1Pional – It’s All Over (Locked Groove Rendition)Felix Da Housecat – What Does It Feel Like? (Royksopp Return To The Sun Mix)

You can now listen again to the fourth show of Erol Alkan’s 4th 6 Mix on BBC 6 Music Residency which aired live on Friday 1 August here

Tracklist:
Ghost Culture – Arms
Randomer – Huh
Mr. Flash – Midnight Blue (Margot Dub)
Partial – Taifa (The Emperor Machine Extended Mix)
Marco Bernardi – Spacejam
Jey Kurmis – Lover
Roisin Murphy – Ancora Ancora Ancora (Severino & Nico De Ceglia Remix)
Joe’s Bakery Band – Conejito
She Lies – Needed You
Sigward – Black Mambo (ft. Ingri)
Rawaat – Exp 2
Personator – No Decay
Magnesii – RZTB Tantra
The Acid – Fame (Factory Floor Dub Remix)
Radio Slave – Jus Werk
Paul Woolford – Pandemonium (KiNK3 Mix)
Sparky – Portland (Tuff City Kids Looney Mix)
Imre Kiss – Non
Morgan Buckley – Heavy Traffic Weather Report
Midland – Before We Leave (Gerd Janson Remix)
Tambien – Are You In Touch With Varan?
Unknown Artist – A1
Pional – It’s All Over (Locked Groove Rendition)
Felix Da Housecat – What Does It Feel Like? (Royksopp Return To The Sun Mix)

phantasysound
phantasysound:

In a time past, a name pairing like “Alkan & Avery” could easily be a quietly diligent high street solicitors firm, or an architect’s practice in a sleepy provincial town, known across the country for helping a small community improve their lives thanks to their specialist expertise. In 2014, of course, those names are synonymous with staying up late and listening to loud music – Erol Alkan as the veteran DJ and founder of the ground-breaking Trash night and Phantasy Sound record label, and Daniel Avery as his young-buck protege wunderkind whose debut was out on Phantasy last year – but the same community-serving spirit nonetheless endures…
Click here to read more

phantasysound:

In a time past, a name pairing like “Alkan & Avery” could easily be a quietly diligent high street solicitors firm, or an architect’s practice in a sleepy provincial town, known across the country for helping a small community improve their lives thanks to their specialist expertise. In 2014, of course, those names are synonymous with staying up late and listening to loud music – Erol Alkan as the veteran DJ and founder of the ground-breaking Trash night and Phantasy Sound record label, and Daniel Avery as his young-buck protege wunderkind whose debut was out on Phantasy last year – but the same community-serving spirit nonetheless endures…

Click here to read more

“Personally, I look for the ability to convey a certain emotion within a record. Rather than something just being new. I hear old records that really frighten me. But then I look back on some of the stuff I was into when I was 20 years old, some of which was a bit close to the knuckle. I think perhaps as you get older, what you want from music changes, and your taste becomes a bit more refined.”
Erol Alkan talks to The Skinny – click here to read the interview

“Personally, I look for the ability to convey a certain emotion within a record. Rather than something just being new. I hear old records that really frighten me. But then I look back on some of the stuff I was into when I was 20 years old, some of which was a bit close to the knuckle. I think perhaps as you get older, what you want from music changes, and your taste becomes a bit more refined.”

Erol Alkan talks to The Skinny – click here to read the interview