A slightly longer mix this month as I didn't get round to doing one in December. Doctor Who's birthday or something, wasn't it?
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1. Burial & Four Tet - Moth
Four Tet provides the beats, schoolboy friend Burial provides the ambience. At once melancholy and infectious.
2. Four Tet - Love Cry
The lead single from his new album 'There Is Love In You' which came out on Tuesday and sees Hebden further develop his increasingly techno-oriented sound. Give it a listen, and then buy tickets for his show at the Plug in March.
3. Clark - Growls Garden
Sinister vocals will lure you in, giving no indication of the punishing bassline to come. One of the ever-exceptional Warp Records more recent signings. Speaking of which...
4. Aphex Twin - Windowlicker
Without exaggeration, surely one of the greatest pieces of electronic music of all time. I never thought it would work well on the dancefloor, but the good people at Threads showed me otherwise.
5. Matthias Meyer - Infinity
I couldn't resist pinching this gem from my good friend Jamie Walker's 'Stuck In The House' mix, which you should go and listen to here. Just wait for that sample to kick in.
6. Matias Aguayo - Rollerskate
Rollerskates and I don't exactly see eye-to-eye, but this track is enough to make me want to dig out my old Fisher-Price quads, all in primary colours, and force my stupid grown-up feet into those adjustable straps.