Our latest MOTM comes from celebrated ://about blank resident Resom, who has gained an almost cult-like following within Berlin club culture for her bewildering track selection, fluid technicality and distinctive style.
The mix was recorded specifically for UK music blog Truants. It is beautifully meditative curation of percussive, bleepy, tripped-out techno. Nadine speaks of the track selection saying she wanted tracks where the melody works as a layover, where “a bass-line or a hi-hat melody which tells a story on it’s own.” Prepare for an excursion of rattling drums, IDM tracks, spookey acid lines and melodic high-hats. There’s new Lobster Theremin from Snow Bone, accompanied by tracks from Voiski, Ø, DJ Jus Ed. The mix phases out with a couple of soothers from Geigling. Standout track: Ken Ishi – Cocoa Mousse.
Read up on the in-depth interview here, where Nadine opens up on the philosophy of radio shows, queers scenes, and club politics.
Words by Fred