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Mix of the Day: Viktor Talking Machine


Shortly before the Tibetan Highlands, a small clearing, dressed with black fern which sways to the rhythm of the sun, extends itself.

Here you can meet the inhabitants of a sleepy coastal village, who had found the remains of a huge comet years ago. A viscous dark mass that they turned immediately into brownies with ice cream and pickles. The energy that was gained from the process drives huge machines, planting anemones and helps the bees with their mating rituals. Every 1210 years when the planets order in a circular orbit, a child is born into this magical world, who comes to change everything.

Viktor grew up in a musical family on the outskirts of a small mountain village. Early on, he discovered his love for nature and analogue soundscapes. He devoured all the sounds of nature and the vastness of the Antarctic wilderness and distilled from them his deep sound which accompanies him until today.

Today Viktor Talking Machine join us on the Mix of the Day, check it out below!

1. Tuff City Kids – R-Mancer (Roman Fl¸gel Happy Gerdy Remix) – Permanent Vacation
2. Todd Terje – Inspector Norse – Olsen Records
3. Purple Disco Machine – Street Live – Off
4. G2S – Tape Me To The Moon
5. Midland – Final Credits – Regraded
6. Dungeon Meat – The Fuck Off Track – My Love Is Underground
7. Mall Grap – Catching Feelings – Hot Haus Recs
8. Hade – Say What U Wanna Say – Razor-N-Tape
9. Cuthead – Get Down – Local Talk
10. Ghettohousedrummachine – DJ Haus Remix – Steel City Dance Discs
11. Scott Franka – Sorry – Quartet Series
12. RNR – Tap4 – Blind Jacks Journey
13. Map.ache – Enola – Kann Records
14. Tee Mango – Break Of Dawn

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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