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Chilled Transmission : Kemback



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 kicking it off last week with a sedate mix from Billy Kennynext up is Kemback from Bristolian party institution Alfresco Disco, who celebrated their tenth birthday a few months back.

“I’ve been meaning to put together a mixtape of songs that I’ve sampled over the years for a while now, and here it is,” the producer declares.  “The collection is certainly eclectic, but all of the tracks represent a musical moment in time for me. This mix could be the soundtrack for a lazy afternoon by the fire, but I like to think it might perhaps work just as well in an altogether more psychedelic setting… Either way, enjoy.”

Creative Source – You Can’t Hide Love [Sussex Records]
Bobbi Humphrey – Harlem River Drive [Blue Note]
Dexter Wansell – Soul – The Sweetest Pan [Philadelphia International]
Tenorio Jr – Nebulosa [Mr Bongo]
Minnie Riperton – Perfect Angel [Epic Records]
Ann Peebles – I Can’t Stand The Rain [Hi Records]
Arthur Verocai – Sylvia [Continental]
Mulatu Astatke – Yegellé Tezeta [Originals]
Ali Farka Toure – Yer Bounda Fara [World Circuit]
James Yorkston And The Athletes – St Patrick [Domino]
Luke Cawthra – Peggy Waltz [Unreleased]
Khruangbin – A Calf Born In Winter [LateNightTales]
Penguin Cafe Orchestra – More Milk [E.G. Records]
Ahmad Jamal – Taboo [London Records]
Sharon Jones – How Long Do I Have To Wait For You? [Daptone]
Aged Harmony – You’re A Melody [Mor-Tones]
Tim Maia – O Caminho Do Bem [Seroma]

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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