TRENCH Radio: 10 Of The Best Mixes This Week

SoundCloud (while it still lives) can be an impenetrable, infinite stream of music, often of varying quality. You need a soundtrack to start your weekend right, but you don't have the requisite lifetime to trawl through the week's new DJ mixes. To help you out, we've done the busy work for you. We'll be running this series every single Friday of every single week to bring you the very finest in house, grime, techno, bashment, R&B, trap, D&B and no doubt a bunch of extremely trendy stuff that doesn't have a name yet.

First up, DJ P Montana lightened the mood with some silky smooth Afro grooves; Riz La Teef stirred up over an hour of dubstep classics old and new; Jetsss came through with another isolation care package (following, Corona Care Pack +++, a collection of her own edits and productions); Florida's Marks delivered a dramatic and eclectic mix to match the dark, brooding club tones of his recent album Endgame on Coyote Records; Walton gave us a look at what he's been up to recently with a mix of his own drum-heavy, grimey, genre-bending productions; Basic Rhythm took us back to the golden age of hardcore with his 1992-centric mix; and, finally, breakcore, jungle and D&B veteran FFF served up some of his most teeth-shattering rave weapons. Perfect for staying in doors all the time.

This is TRENCH Radio's best mixes of the week.

Photography: Keenan Joseph

Posted on March 27, 2020