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Mix Of The Day: Exclusive Posthuman Mix



We love Posthuman here at Data Transmission. From their altruistic exploits on their Acid Relief and Music Sans Frontiers projects to their unique brand of “Slo-Mo Techno, Acid House, Electronica & Chicago Jack;” cousins Rich Bevan and Joshua Doherty have long been able to count us as fans.

Thus you can imagine our excitement when we heard that the duo would be dropping a new release on us for summer 2014 in the shape of the ‘Decompression’ EP on Bodywork complete remixes from sometime Houndstooth/Ninja Tune/Warp artists House of Black Lanterns!

Arriving this week as a 4 track 12” and 5 track digital EP the ‘Decompression’ EP caps a great few months for Posthuman with the duo having just held an amazing closing party to long running and immensely popular London night I Love Acid and undertaking a 30 years of Acid Mix for Solid Steel/Ninja Tune we thought it was about the time we nabbed their considerable talents for our very own mix of the day series.

So here it is: our mix of the day from Posthuman complete with tracklist. Enjoy.

Global Goon – Cymule [Balkan] RAIM – Acid Synthesis [Balkan] *forthcoming* Peter Van Hoesen – Seven Green Black (SCB Edit) [Time 2 Express] Envoy – Aces High [Soma] Ø Phase – Distracted [Token] James Ruskin – Slit [Blueprint] NDV – Chestivations [End of Level Boss] Posthuman – Undelivered [Polybius Trax] *forthcoming* Automatic Tasty – Vowel Sounds [Polybius Trax] *forthcoming* Bobby O’Donnell – Traject [Mora Music] Affie Yusuf – Flutter Deep [I Love Acid] *forthcoming* Mike Wall – When The Rain Falls [Suicide Circus] Posthuman – Belepherion [Bandcamp Exclusive] Global Goon – Destroy The Mirror [Balkan] Christian Burkhardt – Cheech [Hive Audio] Posthuman – A Better You [Horn Wax] *forthcoming*

Check out their new EP at soundcloud.com/body-work/sets/posthuman-decompression-1Find them on Facebook at facebook.com/posthumanmusic  


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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