The tempo for this mix is 110 bpm, and once again, the producers have managed to showcase each and every groove available at the tempo.
Kovas explained: “I was a little worried that we’d collectively peaked for the fifth mix. That was such a remarkable batch of tracks that I wad wondering how we were going to match it this time.
“But it’s the case that the level of creativity from the guys means I needn’t have worried. I’ve listened to the tunes for the past week or so, and there is an incredible variety in there that should enable DJ Food to put a pretty dope mix together.
DJ Food, the man who has come to represent Ninja Tune in the eyes of many, will work on the mix through August in time for a September release.
More details soon.