Download a Four-Hour Live Mix from Floating Points and Friends
- Words: Glenn Jackson
Last Thursday, Eglo co-head Floating Points joined forces with DJs Red Greg and Jeremy Underground Paris to put together the first You're a Melody night at renowned London club Plastic People, celebrating "late '70s soul/jazz and emerging disco sounds." Now, a recording of the whole night is available to stream and download. Covering a large swath of cosmic, jazz-flecked disco and soul, the elongated mix pieces together decades-old sounds in a fun, somewhat unpredictable fashion—something Floating Points has already proven adept at with his 45-centric free mix from earlier this year. The complete recording of the first You're a Melody night, featuring sets from all three of the evening's chosen selectors, can be streamed using the player below and downloaded direct from Eglo here.
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