Download a New Mix from Xosar
- Words: Glenn Jackson
Berlin-based artist Xosar has delivered a new mix of esoteric audio and subterranean grooves for French magazine Trax. "I think you should listen to it if you're in a weird, dark, or intense mood and are looking to match that mood or lifestyle with some music of sorts," Xosar explains on Facebook. She goes on to describe her 70-plus-minute mix as "Temple of Psychick Youth affiliates meet new LIES, smothered in PWOG with Timothy Leary muttering some telegraphic speech about how 'you are sound' in the background"—later adding that "some seedy field recordings from inside sewers" and "weirdo tapes and records excavated from crusty thrift store basements" also make an appearance on her new session.
Xosar's genre-crossing mix for Trax can be streamed and downloaded below. Unfortunately, no official tracklist for the set has been shared at this time.
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