Friends of Friends mix series: Anenon – Throwing Myself Off Stages

The Friends of Friends mix series returns with Non ProjectsAnenon who drops Throwing Myself Off Stages – the eleventh mix in the series. As always with the series, it’s a family affair and even more so as Anenon actually is someone we’ve known for quite a long time harking back to the days of scratch forums!

His mix for the series sees him take in everything from Nicolas Jaar to Squarepusher, Mobb Deep to Ryan York and a personal favourite of ours in the shape of Third Sight’s Rhymes Like a Scientist.

Anenon’s got a track out on the new Browsnwood Electr*c 2 compilation which is out now, quite a few tracks from which we rinsed out over the last few months on the podcasts. For more info peep the Non Projects and Facebook page linked above.

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Much thanks to Leeor and the Non Projects family for this one. The much delayed RIRS June show drops later this week followed by something from myself not too long after and a series of Japanese live recordings over the summer – more details soon.

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Tracklist:
1. Derek Walmsley in conversation with James Leyland Kirby
2. The Vandermark 5 – “Reciprocal” (For Santiago Calatrava)
3. Nicolas Jaar – “Angles”
4. Squarepusher – “Goodnight Jade”
5. Third Sight – “Rhymes Like A Scientist”
6. Albert Ayler – “Ghosts” (First Variation)
7. Julianna Barwick – “Vow”
8. Mobb Deep – “Temperature’s Rising”
9. The Caretaker – “Libet’s Delay”
10. John Maus – “Quantum Leap”
11. Polymer Slug – “Keep Your Troubles To Yourself” (Parts I + II)
12. Ryan York – “They Will Do Anything”
13. Anthony Braxton – “Round Bout Midnight”
14. Grouper – “Come Softly”

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