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Mantis Radio 39 – James Fox

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James Fox guests w/ a dub/tech selection of deep beats ahead of his new EP Problems Solve Themselves.

Before that, tracks from Mordant Music, Pole & Shackleton, Senor Frio, The Field, Dead Sound, Danjel Esperanza, Hoffman, and a cut from James’ new EP.

Mordant Music – HummDrumm [Mordant Music]
Keren Ann – By The Cathedral (alka seltza remix) [dub]
metaphi – Overhill [Wigflex]
senuelo – A Kiss [clear-cut-records]
Pole – Achterbahn (Shackleton remix) [~scape]
Danjel Esperanza – Lost Something [Backdoor Beauty]
Joris Voorn – Empty Trash [Rejected Music]
Senor Frio – Sub Noctem [Digital Distortions]
Hoffman – Melodic Techno [unreleased]
The Field – The More That I Do [Kompakt]
Stud – Acidos [Kahvi]
Electronic Confessions – Lia [Maschinen Musik]
The Hacker – Falling [Infiné]
Dead Sound – Dead Slater Project [Data Trace]
James Fox – Xylophone [midnightminustwo]

Fat Freddy’s Drop – Cay’s Crays (Digital Mystikz remix) [Kartel]
Ramadanman – Penn Hill [CDr]
Geiom + Appleblim – Shreds [Berkane Sol]
Quark + Ruckspin – Wander [Ranking]
Headhunter – Your Say [Tempa]
Id – Drop Tools 1 [CDr]
2562 – Kontrol [Tectonic]
Joker – Digidesign [Hyperdub]
Landslide – Visions + Dreams [Blackacre]
Shut Up + Dance – Epileptic (Martyn’s No Strobe remix) [Suad]
TRG – They Know (Berlin Wall VIP) [Immerse]
Zomby – The Lie [Ramp]
F – Untitled Dub [7even Recordings]
Mount Kimbie – Maybes [Hotflush]

Featured Guest

Full of northern promise, this Mancunian is currently on a cultural exchange in London. Previously know as Strategy he’s trod a steady path through years of graft on the DJ circuit that’s led him to a definite personal style. With his first productions released last year on Mantis fave Myuzyk, and upcoming output on mmii and Take Records. Trust me, when I say that James Fox is one name to watch.

To celebrate the launch of his EP on midnightminustwo (released 8th June), Mantis Radio invited him to provide a showcase. Not one to stick to just one style, but on the same vibe, he’s selected up a deep dubstep selection to rival any of the scene leaders.

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