This month’s mixtape is made by charming Berlin-based Jing. It will take you on a sensuous and exploratory trip into space and yourself. It is wicked.
We don’t know much about the man behind DJ Warzone: he looks like a dog, he got tats, he’s interested in public transportation – especially trains, his side hustle is selling dope metal gear to eager metal heads, he lives in Vienna, he’s a student of Daniel Richter and he’s dropping a record soon. We […]
“Perfect for teeth brushing or weed puffing, feet touching, street hustling!”. This mixtape will save your week, at least your Monday. It is compiled by one of Hamburg’s nicest, former Golden Pudel Club resident: The Speckman. “Speck” means ham. Don’t laugh it’s real and it’s nice, and his mix is here to prove it.
’99 Basement Hits is the name of TISSUE Magazine Mixtape 45. This throwback premium collection of 90s techno and house tracks is a personal selection made by Robert Dietz, co-owner and founder of TBT Records, now living in Berlin.
The first time we were able to experience Perila was when the whole Berlin Community Radio posse came into town for the amazing BCR Hamburg at Uebel & Gefährlich in August last year. Luckily, she provided us with this month’s TISSUE Magazine Mixtape called Deep Connection.
A new year means a new mixtape. And this year starts just excellent with a strong all-around electronic mix by Wosto, one half of mysterious duo Fallbeil along his friend Kluentah. They released on labels like New York Haunted, Contort Yourself, Terminal Operations, Hafenschlamm Records and Return to Disorder over the last three years.
The most coolest thing that ever happened to TISSUE is this mixtape. JASSS does not only feel good to say, JASSS made this thrilling mix that is impossible to be prepared for. It can not easily be put into a box, yet it sounds familiar as it touches upon different genres and cultural themes.
Markus Schwarz is the man behind this month’s TISSUE mix presenting two hours of solid techno.
Cleveland born electronic musician and cofounder of the famous “first true post-tourism publication“ The Travel Almanac, John Roberts released his third studio album Plum three months ago on his label Brunette Editions. But instead of presenting Plum with a traditional live performance Roberts has made a series of short movies called Odeon.
Benjamin Brunn has made this month’s perfectly positive mixtape for us. It is called “Music for Good Times and Bad Times”. A pretty good name for these joyful 60 minutes of exclusive ambient music that will hopefully make you smile.