A stellar mix from Club Chai’s Foozool
The latest mix is one of the broadest selections we’ve had yet from one of the most exciting artists in the world right now.
For our 30th mix we’re blessed to have a selection from Nicky Otter.
I met Nicky at a party along time ago and we’ve traded music ever since. Now he’s just released his debut on Lixo’s GETME! records we though it’d be the perfect time to ask him to do a mix for us.
Generic Mix #29: Greetings from Terry Juarez For our 29th mix we’re blessed to have a selection from London/Radar Radio’s Terry Juarez. Terry is a versatile selector who interweaves global street music and tropical sounds while maintaining influence from UK club culture. Having come up playing dancehall parties in Manchester before living/learning/collecting music in Mexico, … Read More
Generic Mix #28: Greetings From Ava Szajna-Hopgood “Coming home Sometimes, in these big sprawling cities we call home, it can be hard to find a part of it that actually feels that way. This mix is inspired by experiences of ASMR, lone taxi rides, solo flights and night buses home that begin to feel like … Read More
Generic Mix #27: Greetings From Joe in Ohio The 27th episode of our mix series is super exciting for multiple reasons! Not only do we have a great all vinyl mix but the artwork is by the newest member of Generic Greeting Collective – Raquel Lowsley. You can read more about Raquel below but first … Read More
Generic Mix #26: No White Tees Our 26th mix is a WORLD EXCLUSIVE from Manchester based rap night No White Tees. Steering clear of the classic NY hip-hop canon, NWT focuses on dirty south, hyphy, NOLA bounce and other regional sounds which are often brushed aside by selectors this side of the Atlantic. Residents Joey … Read More
Generic Mix #25: Greetings From Szajna Its been two years since Szajna, one of the longest standing members of GG, last blessed us with a Generic Mix. In that time he’s released his debut album through Infinite Scroll, dropped numerous EPs through our bandcamp and played literally hundreds of DJ sets. In his latest mix … Read More
More of a selection than a DJ mix, drmystery takes the listener on a dark and hazey journey through different sounds and feelings. Although the genres change there is constant conflict between celebratory feelings and more mournful ones.
Time Cow is a Time Cow, current definition being, a cow that travels back and forth in time and brings music from both regions to current time and makes it the norm. I sample a lot from a lot of different genres, funk, disco, rhythm and blues, jazz, reggae, and other obscure genres. Crate digging without all the crates. I also sample from movies. But with both music and movies nothing past 1980.