Check Out New Mixes from Objekt, Deadboy, Palms Trax, and Teki Latex - XLR8R

Check Out New Mixes from Objekt, Deadboy, Palms Trax, and Teki Latex

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A flurry of impressive new mixes have surfaced online from Berlin producers Objekt (pictured above) and Palms Trax, as well as Numbers affiliate Deadboy and Sound Pellegrino label co-head Teki Latex.

First, we have Objekt's mix for self-titled's podcast series, a 40-minute voyage into dense electronics which is said to highlight some of the musical reference points which helped form Flatland, his forthcoming debut LP for PAN. Objekt's new mix can be streamed and downloaded below, while its full tracklist can be peeped here.

Secondly, Berlin transplant and Lobster Theremin affiliate Palms Trax (who, we should point out, is a regular contributor on XLR8R) has put together the latest mix for the Electronic Explorations podcast series. "Electronic Explorations is a series I've been listening to for a number of years," he tells the site, "so I wanted to record something that drew heavily on the sort of sounds it has exposed me too. It's fairly hazy, and probably the most 'techno' mix I'll ever make." Palms Trax's full new mix—which includes cuts from Donato Dozzy, Black Jazz Consortium, Terrence Dixon, and more—can be streamed and downloaded here.

Next, the latest mix for the Truants blog comes courtesy of Numbers affiliate Deadboy, whose session includes a number of forthcoming productions from the London artist, including a collaboration with fellow UK beatmaker Murlo. The hour-long set can be heard and grabbed via the player below, while its full tracklist and Truants' extensive interview with Deadboy can be found here.

Lastly, Parisian DJ/producer Teki Latex recently shared his Deconstructed Trance Reconstructed mix, which blends drum-less "grime tracks with trance influences and naked synth lead loops from proper trance tool albums" with "hard-hitting drum tracks from all genres" for an intriguingly unique session. Said to have been mixed entirely live on three CDJs, Teki Latex's new mix can be streamed and download below, while a full explanation of the concept behind it can be found here.