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Sweet Sunday: Too Future. Guest Mix Series (Free Download)

For the past months, Run The Tap has been hosting a string of impressive Too Future. guest mixes. Well, it just so happened that the homies – in a move of utter generosity – made the complete series of 19 brilliant sets by 19 equally brilliant producers from all around the globe available as one hell of a free download. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

When the series of Too Future. guest mixes commenced in May last year, our friends behind Run The Trap wanted to provide us with the most innovative, forward thinking music out there. We feel inclined to declare that they’ve succeeded. Big time.

Innovative and forward thinking: Too Future.

Innovative and forward thinking: Too Future.

So let’s see what we’ve got here: there’s Luca Lush, AObeats and the big bad Jai Wolf out of New York City, StéLouse from Denver, founder of the very intriguing Hebinomichi collective, that also harbors Pusher from Toronto and Jia Lih from Australia. There’s Chi Town’s own Louis The Child and future house trio Autograf. Frenchman Rusty Hook from Bordeaux, who’s “always producing, never sleeping” on Paris based Rooftops Horizon, and SNBRNCoyote Kisses and Dr. Fresch aka DJ Tony Fresch, from LA.

The Dutch lot with San Holo from The Hague (featured recently on Crispy Crust Records with his beautiful Doja Cat remix) as well as Amsterdam based Doggtown Records‘ Subp Yao, BeauDamian and the Guerilla Speakerz duo. Paces, who calls Australia and its Die High label home, Tek.Lun from Baltimore, who you might know by his rap alias Varth Dader, and last but not least Daktyl from the UK, whose debut album Cyclical is expected on Mad Decent in April.


Written By: ggottfried