Knife Party, Flume and M-Phazes have come together with Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1 to provide a huge Australia Day Special mix, showcasing some of the talents sourcing from the land down-under.
Laying out a mighty 3-hour mix, the four artists go back-to-back, inserting their own sounds, tastes and craft as they do. Orientated around Australian acts, the mix in turn has reaped huge rewards for electronic dance music followers and fans.
Opening up proceeding, Annie Nightingale has been in the scene for quite some time now. Providing tracks from Tommy Trash, Chris Lake, Alison Wonderland and Disclosure, the first 10 tracks set up a fitting atmosphere for the day of celebration.
Following up swiftly, M-Phazes infuses 20 tracks of the nations finest material, in just 30 minutes. With ample amounts of signature tastes and mix soundscape, he also fittingly foreshadows the final two acts in the mix, inserting a handful of Flume and Knife Party tracks.
Having even less time, Flume’s flurry of tracks in 20 minutes has fans both satisfied, yet yearning for more. Including RL Grime, Dirty South and even Nicky Romero, the international flavors of the mix are certainly present throughout.
Rounding out with close to an hour of magic, Knife Party close the third hour with 50 tracks bundled together into a joyous plethora of dance music compositions. Fueling demand for more of their work, the Australia Day Mix overall certainly impresses throughout.
Check out the mix in full below: