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Chilled Transmission : Johannes Albert



Sunday. That most hallowed of days. Be you just finishing your night out at an after, after party or just unwinding with a nice glass of vino, we embrace the end of the weekend for what it is, a chilled out affair.  Thus, we thought it was about time we started soundtracking this most underrated of times, asking our favourites DJs to dig through their record boxes and serve up something a little different for our brand new Chilled Transmission series.

After last weeks return with a vengeance from Simion, this week we have a cracking mix from Johannes Albert as he serves up a 2 hour set of set of selections designed primarily to make you feel, well human again. 

“It often occurs to me that I find myself in long train rides,” Johannes begins. “Moving through the country can be quite relaxing. You sit in your chair comfortly and just look out of the window. Trees, grass, rocks, small towns, greater towns, hills, tunnels… it’s all there. And the beauty of the sky. Maybe a blue sky, maybe a cloudy one or even rainy. snow in the winter. It all has its right to be. I made this mix when thinking of train rides that I really like. Enjoy ze moody trip”


1. Just another Drone (Intro)
2. Popol Vuh – Aguirre I Lacrima di Rei
+ words: Gundula Schulze Eldowy
3. Poppy Ackroyd – Aliquot
4. Floating Points – Argenté
5. Todd Terje – Snooze 4 Love Version
+ words: Gundula Schulze Eldowy
6. Move D – Soap Bottles
7. burger/ink – Milk & Honey
8. Gigi Masin – Fata Morgana
+ words: Gundula Schulze Eldowy
9. Four Tet – you were there with me
10. Sam Amidon – True Born Sons Of Levi
11. Nick Drake – Northern Sky
+ Four Tet – fuji check
12. Aphex Twin – #3
13. Johannes Albert – Frentic Ambiance
14. Christian Löffler – Swift Code w/Marcus Roloff
15. Art Of Noise – Moments In Love


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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