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Saints alive, it’s twenty-five.

Happy Black Friday! We have a special treat for you today, with all of our mixes 100% FREE! That’s right, listen to music for free on the internet, today only*! Make the most of these incredible R&B, house, electronic and grime mixes FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!

*These mixes are always free. It’s the internet.

Krystal Klear b2b DJ Deece on Rinse FM

To  start us off, we’ve got two of Ireland’s finest dance selectors in recent years, Krystal Klear and DJ Deece going back to back for two hours of vocal dance cuts to make you get up and groove. No nonsense.

Unappreciated: Forgotten R&B Girl Groups Of The 90s & 00s 

Whatever happened to the R&B girl group? There’s a few still knocking around like Fifth Harmony and SWV, but I guess in a post-Beyoncé no one wants to risk becoming a Michelle.

This mix from Southern Hospitality packs a whole load of turn-of-the-millenium smooth and sassy R&B into 90 minutes. Recommended.

Beats in Space #861 with Juan Maclean

Juan Maclean, of The Juan Maclean, delivers an hour and a half of deep house cuts for Tim Sweeney’s Beats in Space. Any mix series that’s made it past 500 shows is well worth its salt, and this is no exception.

Mumdance & Logos Different Circles Mix

Here’s something that I’ve been waiting a long time to hear. Mumdance & Logos’ Different Circles Mix CD, which sold out on their website on the day of release is available to stream online, courtesy of Resident Advisor.

The mix of experimental grime cuts, mixed by the duo are a taste of the direction we can expect grime to take in the future. For a genre that’s been around for 10 or so years, it’s made a lot of strides in that time.

Nadir Guest Mix for 8Radio

Finally, Dublin producers Moving Still and Minos have coalesced to become Nadir. This hour long mix of their own dark productions traverses ambient, techno, and house music. Keep an eye on these two.

Words: Adam Heaton 
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