Playing tracks by
Arka, Clouds, Bobby Champs, Tenebre, Yan Cook and more.
As it happens, the 55-minute session doesn't include any of Walder's own productions, yet fans of his tunes will find lots to like about this mix, as its rough-and-ready sound hews quite close to Randomer's sound. Hard, pulsing techno is definitely the focal point, yet Walder isn't one to let songs linger or draw out a mix longer than necessary. Each track has a function, and once that function has been completed, he quickly moves on to the next tool in his record box. In truth, it's not far off from the DJ stylings of the Hessle Audio crew, a comparison that may seem obvious, but shouldn't be made lightly, as it's based both on the kind of music being played and Walder's obvious technical proficiency.
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