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, Jon Phonics teamed up with Sean OD and Bryces Brother for two solid hours of super chilled R&B, soul, funk and house jams; Cotch International founder Joe Howard put together a soulful blend of R&B and dancehall with touches of Lisbon tarraxo and South African kwaito; Gully B gave us a slice of Carnival with his hot and heavy mix of dancehall, reggae and bashment; SUMGii gave us a look at some of the latest signees to 20/20 LDN Recordings with his new mix; 1Forty founder LOCKT injected his newfound love of drill into his funky, grime and garage selections; East London legend Sukh Knight gave us a best of mix of his own productions through the years; Woofer, of stateside collective Only Friends, served up nearly two hours of sweat-soaked, bass-heavy club energy; Tunisian DJ and producer Deena Abdulwahed spun together some of the hardest-hitting club music planet Earth has to offer; French DJ Redeyes celebrated the release of his new album on The North Quarter with an exploration of the jazzy, melodic end of the D&B spectrum: and, finally, Metalheadz OG J Majik gave us a teeth-kicking lesson in the history of jungle.

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

Posted on August 28, 2020