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Nofitstate asked Mohson Stars to provide a promo mix for there next party which falls on Saturday July 20th in the evening after Lovebox in a very intimate and character laden space pictured below. Check below for full tracklisting and Soundcloud link. All vinyl used in the mix have been purchased from local London based record stores PhonicaJuno & also Kristina Records.

Tom Trago will be Headlining who has a new album The Light Fantastic coming very soon on Rush Hour, check samples here and also check Tom Trago recorded live at Panorama Bar Berlin for the vybe here. Next up on the bill is Simon Baker who has his debut album Traces out on 2020 Vision check it out here. Finally we have Mr No Fit State resident himself Geddes on the bill who has just turned out a release for Leftroom Ltd titled Two Times which you can sample here and Geddes has a new promo mix recorded for Eastern Electrics you can stream here.

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Above is the venue that will be used for the party and it is a very cinematic theatre space which clearly oozes lots of character and warmth. Not to mention the capacity will be limited to 300 and the space will be powered with a Funktion One soundsystem fully tuned acoustically to the unique space, to ensure the sound is on point, ticket links right here & here.

Full tracklist and detailed description below of the promo mix supplied by Mohson Stars.

Jus Ed – Dont Stop da Dah Da! – Underground Quality
Jus Ed runs the Underground Quality imprint and this vintage UQ release sets the tone with warmth, mellow synth lines and snug toms, a sleepy groover to open out proceedings.

KMFH aka Kyle Hall – Crushed – Wild Oats
Kyle Hall is a young new wave Detroit producer and Crushed comes off his first long-ish player The Boat Party. This track really pushes some emotions with mega rough drum programming and silky smooth vocal samples, something to get the dialogue in place.

Brawther Spaceman Funk (Deep Club Mix) – Secretsundaze
Brawther the Parisian producer throws it down deep on the Uk based Secretsundaze label that really starts to drive a groove and mood into the mix, the tempo raises and rises.

Alex M – It Works – Luvdancin
This is a bomb from Alex M, some serious pads coupled with a nice catchy snatch vocal, heads down affair for this one. MCDE drops this as his opening track on his Boiler Room outing, big things, small details count.

Jovonn – Satisfied Moodyfied Mix – Millions of Moments
Jovonn brings that NYC angle to the table and can really produce hits and after hearing this expertly crafted track on the Zip (Perlon label boss) Fabric mix the stabbing drums and simple chord line, resonate, with every listen.

Rio Padice – Back To The Basics – Tsuba Records
Rio Padice really strips the production back to the core on this one, its all in the detail, nothing to obvious, just smart concise production.

Skudge – Realtime – Skudge
Skudge make Techno with a difference, its straight up got bags of vybe and swing.

Mike Huckaby – Baseline 88- Synth
Mike Huckaby is the Detroit go to guy, he teaches software classes to kids in the ‘D’ and can also throw down some mean production himself, Baseline 88 really rolls the synth’s out, simple, strong and energising.

Nail – Till The Feeling Is Gone – Fear Of Flying
Nail brings some Garage type feeling to this mix with nice high end and a cool vocal to really break up the rhythm and pace, dont miss the drop.

Focus – Marvin Is One – Versatile Records
Focus is mr Phil Asher Deep House legend and this vintage gem never sounds old with an itchy unforgettable vocal & timeless cowbell over the rolling bassline.

Mike Dehnert – Charger – Fachwerk
Mike Dehnert runs Fachwerk and also has a very distinct Techno style, its firm but not hard its direct but not agressive it balances well and add punch to the soundscape.

Classic Man – Rapid Winds – Mule Musiq Japan
Classic Man is a producer from New York and Rapid Winds is a straight up Deep House track licensed on the new Dj Sprinkles compilation on Mule Musiq Japan, a rare gem that is a true tip for the heads.

The Nathaniel X Project – Eye Lust – Undertones
This track just brings the dancefloor alive its extremely well produced to sound so effervescent and effortless, more pure vybes jacked up on sex.

Groove Chronicles – 1999 – Groove Chronicles
This is a classic underground Uk Garage track, its bass line all the way, we start to inject some fun into the session with this outing switching the mood.

Mike Huckaby – Sandcastle 1996 The Culture Box RE Edit – Synth
Mike Huckaby again moves the direction forward with this no nonsense track that sounds great on big soundsystem.

Did You See That – Unknown – Unknown
This unknown promo has a great vocal sample that adds some spice to the mix as we get deep into the 2nd half.

Aftershock – Slave To The Vibe (Dem 2 Mix) VC Recordings
Dem 2 on remix duties and as ever the Garage shuffle and vocals are tightly produced nothing out of place or sloppy, sounds crisp on every listen, Dem 2 are a benchmark standard.

A Guy Called Gerald – 4Music
This is a House classic, no words, just recognise that angst eager female vocal on its way.

Baaz – Just Around – Sthlmaudio Recordings
Baaz is raising his profile with a track on the new Rick Wilhite compilation which are consistently super deep, this older release is still a great transitional tool pushing the deepness.

Midland – Trace – Aus Music
This track will be a summer hit, Midland keeps pushing the pace with heavy baslline and detail, i can see the sweat dripping from the warehouse walls with this track.

The Vox Attitude – Pangaea Remixes – Eerie
Pangaea on remix duty here and this is straight up high energy material, an instant game changer, the floor should be busy and engaging by this point. Eerie a future label to watch.

Joy Orbison – Donnell – Unknown
Joy Orbison rips the Donnell Jones vocal to create a new Future Garage interpretation to end the mix on a warm high.

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