New York-based DJ and producer Codes says adios to the summer months by spinning a mix filled to the brim with house heaters.
Those in the scene looking for fresh, funky beats and an overall great time should have Codes on their radar. This New York-based artist has risen through the ranks of the scene over the years, championing tech and bass house and providing a twist of breaks along the way. Whether he’s gracing the stage at festivals and clubs or landing releases on labels like Farris Wheel, Box Of Cats, Night Bass, and his own Holy Molé, you can’t help but get swooped right up and sucked into his infectious style.
This year has seen Codes continue to foster surreal vibes in the scene and bring his positive vibes that shine brighter than the sun, even while dealing with his lung collapsing in the midst of his summer run. Not only has he played in cities like Denver, Albuquerque, Miami, and NYC, but he’s dropped some gems as well. February saw him deliver the breaks-fueled “Beats Up” to the masses before he leaned back into tech house with “I’m Dead” in May. Then, in July, he dropped one of his hottest tunes to date that rapidly climbed the Beatport Charts, “Gas Station,” which saw him team up with Q The Music and honor his family’s legacy along the way.
Now, as Codes says goodbye to the warmer months of summer and hello to the cooler fall months, he’s gifted us with a mix that’s chock-full of quality tunes. “Playing with a handful of new sounds in this mix,” he said. “Of course, I also had to include some big ones I’ve been playing over the last few months. Next up is Phoenix and Portland!” Found inside are curated tunes from artists including Chris Lorenzo, Torren Foot, Matroda, Arnold & Lane, and more, so give it a spin!
Listen to this exclusive guest mix from Codes on SoundCloud, and make sure to follow him on social media to stay in the know on future releases and shows.