There are so many podcasts pumping out mixes from your favorite producers and DJs these days, it can be tough to keep up! To help you sort through the sea of sets available, and because everyone deserves sonic bliss on a regular basis, we put together a list of some we find are consistently bringing the best.
AUTOBRENNT: Always ace. Period. Past guests include PBR Streetgang, Nitin, Adriatique and Marc Houle.
Beats in Space: Tim Sweeney’s weekly broadcast from WNYU in New York always has two parts, usually a guest artist and a mix from Sweeney himself. Expect to hear a lot of fresh, unreleased promos from artists like Bicep, Midland, The Revenge and Pachanga Boys, with track lists included, and fun banter peppered in.
Boiler Room: Le duh.
Cadenza: The unique format gives each guest artist two separate hours: Source, comprised of their roots, and Cycle, tracks they’re digging currently. Past guests include Phil Weeks, Jimpster, Kenny Larkin and Luciano.
Data Transmission: Covering a wide range of sounds, past guests of the revered and well-established show include Droog, Ellen Allien, Tube & Berger and KiNK.
Deep House Amsterdam: In only a year DHA has gained a massive following, with quality mixes coming in from the likes of Job Jobse, Navid Izadi, Atapy and Kyodai.
Dirtcast: Berlin-based house label Dirt Crew’s series is always on point. Past guests include Dirt Crew members Cocolores, Tigerskin, Purple Velvet and Steve Huerta.
Electronic Beats Radio: The series’ extensive roster includes Michael Mayer, Daniel Bortz, Josh Wink and Anja Schneider.
Electronic Groove: Recent mixes include Visionquest, Cormac, Animal Trainer and Ejeca.
FACT: Past guests of the UK site’s mix series include Roman Flügel, DJ Pierre, Disclosure and DJ Koze.
Fiakun: Fiakun’s funky fresh series has brought el_txef_a, Till Von Sein, Louie Fresco and Magit Cocoon to the decks.
Future Disco Radio: Hosted by Anna Wall, the weekly house and disco radio show invites guests like Chopstick & Johnjon, Crazy P, The Revenge and Greg Wilson to provide the sounds for the second half.
Ghostlycast: Beguiled by all things Ghostly International, their podcasts are as honest and unconventional as their releases. Past guests include Ghostly artists Fort Romeau, Shigeto, Moderna and Ryan Elliott.
House of Disco: The house and disco label’s guestmix series has welcomed greats like Greg Wilson, Jacques Renault, Sleazy McQueen and Slow Hands. They’re also worth a follow for their fantastic free disco downloads on the daily.
Lazpod: “An excursion into weird and wonderful sound” crafted by Crosstown Rebels’ head honcho and captain of all things curious, Damian Lazarus.
Little White Earbuds: Often ahead of the curve and introducing up-and-comers, past guests include Oliver Deutschmann, Ben UFO, Deetron and FaltyDL.
Louche: Past guests of the highly regarded series include Motor City Drum Ensemble, Detroit Swindle, Kate Simko and Black Jazz Consortium.
Melbourne Deepcast: Your one-stop-shop for all things deep and dubby. Past guests include Joey Anderson, Genius of Time, Axel Boman and Max Graef.
Millionhands: The house and disco-leaning label’s mixes are chock full of quality cuts from Eames, and guests like Disco Bloodbath, Zombie Disco Squad, Horse Meat Disco and Disco Bloodbath (noticing a pattern?).
Modcast: The forward-thinking and genre-defying series from Modular People boasts stellar sets from Dave Harrington of Darkside, Psychemagik, Francis Inferno Orchestra and Andrew Weatherall.
Nu Disco Your Disco: NDYD is the place to go for all your nu disco needs. Guests include Shimmer, Holic, mat.joe and Pete Oak.
OFF Recordings: OFF’s weekly mix is there to keep you househeads happy. Recent artists include OFF signees Fat Sushi, Nhan Solo, Purple Disco Machine and Betoko.
Podberry: It’s no secret we at Music is 4 Lovers adore all things Monaberry, and the imprint’s podcast is no exception. Past guests include Monkey Safari, Andhim, Cascandy, and Super Flu.
Resident Advisor: Past guests of the online music magazine’s mix series include Scuba, Mano le Tough, Guy Gerber and Dixon.
Robot Heart: Whether you’ve been to the Big Burn and want to relive the magic or are simply seeking to soak it in from the comfort of your living room, these live sets are hard to match. Artists include Lee Burridge, Art Department, DJ Tennis and Thugfucker.
Soundpark Music: Pulse Radio’s relatively new series has already brought Music is 4 Lovers favorites Gab Rhome, Maher Daniel, Monkey Safari and Silky to the tables.
Seelenmusik / Trndmusik / elektroaktivisten.de: These three relatively young German podcasts are a great place to go when you’re looking for something melodic and emotive. Past guests include Lexer, Pazul, Nico Pusch and Phonique.
Verboten Transmissions: The famed NYC underground has been graced by everyone from Simian Mobile Disco to Matt Tolfrey to Catz n Dogs, and they graciously post the sets for some long-distance reveling.
The Warehouse Project: Manchester’s musical haven has seen George FitzGerald, Dusky, Luca C., and Jimmy Edgar at its hedonistic helm.
XLR8R: Ever on point, this primo podcast has featured mixes from Marcel Dettmann, Trus’me, Redshape and Robag Wruhme.