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Listen: Flux Pavilion – Flux100 DJ Mix Pt 1

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This past weekend Flux Pavilion has upped the ante on his Flux100 mission with another wide-eared democratic display of cross-genre support: a tightly-knit 16-track blend that pokes, prods and provokes feels from all corners.

In case you’re not aware, the Circus co-founder kicked off his campaign late last month with a short video about DJ Mag’s ever-divisive annual Top 100 DJs poll. Backing it up with a steady string of well considered co-signs on social media, supporting his favourite artists across house, techno, drum & bass and dubstep, over the last month he’s high fived the skills of Maya Jane Coles, Yoda, Noisia, Hudson Mohawke, RL Grime and many more.

Fresh from appearing on UKF with his new track Feels Good, Flux has already set up a Spotify playlist with selected tracks from his favourite artists. Now he’s put together a mix series that reflects how things are (and always have been) in the wider world of electronic music… Not just the EDM/big room/trance that consistently saturates the DJ Mag Top 100. And, unsurprisingly if you’ve ever caught Flux behind the controls, it’s really good. Mix and full tracklist below…

Flux100 DJ Mix Pt. 1

Tracklist:
1. Viol – Gesaffelstein
2. Sleaze (feat. Mistajam) – Knife Party
3. Beatbox – Jack Beats
4. Freaks feat Cappo D and Sharlene Hector (Low Steppa Remix) – Low Steppa Remix
5. What They Say – Maya Jane Coles
6. Can’t Help Myself (feat. SD) – Brodinski
7. VMPR (Original Mix) – Snails
8. Original Don (Flosstradamus Remix) – Major Lazer
9. Hostile – Laxx & Skism
10. Tell Me – RL Grime & What So Not
11. One Day They’ll Know – Pretty Lights
12. HyperParadise (Flume Remix) – Hermitude
13. Cool Down – Andy C
14. Vandals – Dirtyphonics
15. The Pit (Brillz Remix) – Doctor P and Adam F feat. Method Man
16. Spooked (feat. DJ Craze) – Bro Safari

 


Flux Pavilion
Flux Pavilion
Operating heavyweight bass since 2008, Flux Pavilion has been one of UKF’s most popular artists since UKF launched in 2009… And he remains so to this day. Beyond his raw dancefloor destruction with his muscular production motifs, the Circus ... Read More