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Six new mixes to carry you through the week

The week of April 15 has been one of the biggest for new mixes. We have gathered 6 + hours of music from top tier producers. Half are live concert mixes and the remaining were recorded in studios. We were careful to gather music from multiple genres. If you press play you will hear selections of trance, techno, trap, and house. Pick your favorite artist and tackle the spring mixtape series with us.

Ekali Awakening Mix 7

The trap producer continues to innovate in the seventh edition of the Awakening Mix Series. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to the Awakening Series we highly recommend it. Throughout you will find multiple underground songs sprinkled with Flume’s new singles. Ekali recently flirted with the idea of bringing Awakening to concert halls across America.

Lane 8 The Anjunadeep Edition 248

Looking for something more in the deep house realm? This mix is situational. Play it when you just want to sit back and relax. Lane 8 hadn’t curated a mix for Anjunadeep since last August. Episode 248 is intended to be promotional material for Lane 8’s single Anthracite available on April 26, via Above & Beyond’s deep house label.

Louis the Child Playground Radio 28

Louis the Child has a mixtape series twice a month. It is more akin to a podcast because it features only recently released new music. After 28 mixes they have completely mastered the process. In their recent mix, you will find the newest in hip hop and house music, with everything in between.

Andrew Bayer Anjunabeats Worldwide 621 Live in Miami

The final three mixes were recorded in a live concert environment. Episode 621 is live from Miami Music Week. On April 12, 2019, Andrew Bayer released an entire album of club mixes. Essentially he remixed his August 2018 Album with live versions. Episode 621 features selections from that album. His version of trance is very experimental and loud. Give him a listen.

Spencer Brown Live Ultra Music Festival 2019

Keeping things familiar with the Anjuna family. In our opinion, Spencer Brown is one of the most interesting mixers in the entire dance music community. The 25-year-old computer engineer plays a form of house music that features trance breakdowns – progressive house. You will find his April 19, single Star Allies featured in this Ultra performance.

Charlotte De Witte Live At Ultra Music Festival 2019

Finally last but not least. One of the loudest performers in the techno scene. De Witte blends forms of psytrance and techno to create the perfect sound for dark dance floors. It was recently announced that she made the fourth most festival appearances of any DJ in 2018. Find out what all the fuss is about in her newest set from Ultra Music Festival.

Please let us know of any mixes we missed! What do you think of these mixes? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter!

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