#MixMonday: Steve Lawler B2B Hot Since 82 Live at The Warehouse Project, Manchester
Celebrating 20 years of BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix, The Warehouse Project in Manchester played host to an outstanding lineup of Essential Mix alumni this past November. Headlined by a Pete Tong B2B Eats Everything set, the all day and night warehouse rave included Sasha, Booka Shade live, Rudimental DJ set, Yousef, Derrick Carter, Skream and more. Today’s #MixMonday is taken from a late evening B2B set with Steve Lawler and Hot Since 82. In a mix that traverses tech-house, deep house and techno ground, its highlights include Sante’s remix of “Come Out To Play,” by the Danish female duo Anëk. You may be familiar with the track’s vocal sample from the cult classic movie “The Warriors.” From here we find ourselves locked in a steel-drum groove courtesy of Ninetoes’ “Finder” track. We depart this Caribbean excursion into a bass-pounding original by Hot Since 82 called “Like You,” followed by our favorite track in the mix—Romanthony’s “Let Me Show You Love” (Gavin Herlihy & Laura Jones Remix). Rounding out the latter half, the standout is Raul Mezcolanza’s “Try To Do It” techno track with it’s must-hear squeezing HPF breakdown in the 45th minute.
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