Hidden Recordings’ boss man, Deepak Sharma provides a rare and exclusive mix for his label’s namesake podcast. Tune in, listen and enjoy the essence of what Rough & Tumble is all about. Catch him in New York City on May 21st, 2016 at Panther Room / Output with Savas Pascalidis (Non Series, Mote Evolver) for the label’s next Rough & Tumble night. Shortly after on June 4th, 2016, Deepak hops across the globe to DJ wth label mate, Yuuki Sakai and techno luminary A. Mochi for a Hidden Recordings Showcase – Tokyo edition!
01 Pact Infernal “The Descent” (Lucy Subterranean Remix) [Samurai Horo]
02 Sigha “Over the Edge” (Shifted Remix) [Our Circula Sound]
03 Echologist “Repeat Rate” [Echochord Colour]
04 Pris “Whatever’s Left to Say” [Avian]
05 A45 “Drastic Way to Explain Himself” [Engrave LTD]
06 Robert Hood “Form” [Dekmantel]
07 Michael Kruck “Chamber 1” (Samuel L Session Remix) [Monoton Audio]
08 Blawan “Marga” [Ternesc]
09 Yuuki Sakai “Ran Tan” (A Mochi Remix) [Hidden Recordings]
10 Emmanuel “Light the Way” [Arts]
11 Jonas Kopp “Hank” [Tresor Records]
12 Inigo Kennedy “Kepler” [Token]
Deepak Sharma along with this massive billing including Steve Bicknell, Anthony Linell aka Abdulla Rashim, Bas Mooy, I/Y, Delta Funktionen, Paul Birken! Advanced tickets recommended on RA: Join the discussion on FB:
Celebrating Hidden Recordings’ 40th release: Deepak Sharma [040HR] Partition w/ Developer remixes Add’l remixes by Yuuki Sakai and JC Laurent 4p – 8p in-store at Halcyon 10p – 4a at Tilt BK w/ Spin D
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Di Go is included in the station with I Hate Models, Rodhad, Dax J, Perc, Planetary Assault Systems and more. Listen here on Spotify.
[040HR] Partition release party w/ Blueprint D.C. at Jimmy Valentines. RSVP here:
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Old Family Crew, Milan Kwartz Club w/ Adriana Lopez, Nice
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Watch ‘Portraits’ here and get to know, or become reacquainted with our label boss Deepak Sharma.