This mix, inspired by The Bookery Cook’s Marshmallow recipe is an adventure into the playful sounds of some of Australia’s emerging electronic producers.
Toasted Coconut Marshmallows invoke school memories of sunlit afternoons and the smell of green crayons, choosing your favourite coloured lunch tray and sugary school deserts; iced cornflake cakes and hundreds and thousands on white bread, that somehow the canteen lady made with so much charm that you forgot her hairnet and double chins.
This mix, inspired by The Bookery Cook’s Toasted Coconut Marshmallow recipe is an adventure into the playful sounds of some of Australia’s emerging electronic producers, from the bouncy beats of Charles Murdoch’s Okay Alright Good, to the soulful sounds of Bees by Alta and the sweetness of Speaker Wrath’s String Theory. Like afternoons spent browsing the milk bar’s lolly section, the sour taste of Rhababarum compliments Kirkis’ Willywonka and to sooth you out of your sugar high the mix ends with a Halogen Moon lullaby.
Charles Murdoch – Okay Alright Good
Jaysways (Cosmo’s Midnight) – Surround Me
Fishing – Choy Lin
Alta – Bees
Speaker Wrath – String Theory
Slow Hands – Rhababarum
Willywonka – Kirkis
Lindsay Tuc – Song for Holly
Electric Egypt – Kutagwa
Wintercoats – Halogen Moon