Press Play: Jeff Mills, Shlohmo, Andy Stott, Vessel, and More

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The bounty of Press Play runneth over this Friday, as we've stuffed it to the brim with heaps of streaming audio, downloads, and videos from a viable smorgasbord of DJs and producers. You can watch the iconic Jeff Mills perform live with a Parisian orchestra; you can hear a fresh acid-house tune from Hercules & Love Affair's upcoming mix album; you can stream the opening track from the forthcoming Andy Stott LP; you can indulge yourself in the latest chopped-up piece of beatwork from Shlohmo; you can hear mixes from Bass Cleff and Lemonade. The possibilities go on and on, after the jump.

Watch as veteran Detroit techno minimalist Jeff Mills performs a heap of selections from his discography live in Paris with l'Orchestre National d'Ile de France.

Everyone's favorite beat-making youngster, Shlohmo, practically breaks the internet when Australian label Future Classic drops the West Coast producer's clattering remix of "Sleepless (feat. Jezzabel Doran)" by Flume.

Mancunian DJ/producer Andy Stott streams the lead track from his forthcoming Luxury Problems LP for Modern Love, the gorgeously slow-burning "Numb."

Immediately after he dropped the excellent Order of Noise LP via Tri Angle, Bristol-based techno alchemist Vessel delivers this gritty, unrecognizable remix of Liars' "Brats" tune.

This body-moving cut of dark acid house arrives courtesy of Viennese production duo Haze Factory and Hercules & Love Affair's forthcoming contribution to the DJ-Kicks mix series

For the latest installment of Dummy's mix series, DJ/producer Bass Clef drops a nearly hour-long offering of acid, bass, and beyond.

Here's a trippy video for the lulling, beat-heavy song "Choy Lin" from Sydney duo Fishing, which you can also download for free here.

First he gave us the exclusive stream of his new EP for Hemlock and then Randomer dropped this unprecedentedly burly remix for UNO affiliate Aquarian as a free download.

After gracing the cover of 'SUP magazine, Brooklyn synth-pop trio Lemonade crafted a 14-track DJ mix for the culture hub, with music from the likes of Ghosts on Tape, Maribou State, Peter Gabriel, Beautiful Swimmers, Kingdom, Salva, and many others.

In an odd turn of events, the prolific Hippos and Tanks-signed weirdo James Ferraro posted a track from his forthcoming Shoop2DaDoop LP online, and we kind of liked it. Go figure.

Chicago's Supreme Cuts gets a flurry of solid remixes for tunes lifted from its recent Whispers in the Dark LP—including versions by Brenmar, Howse, Physical Therapy, and The-Drum, among others.