Pete Tong's influential BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix is regarded by many dance music producers as a massive career achievement due to the growing legacy of acts who've curated the 2-hour program. Coming a long way from his initial breakout hit "Harlem Shake", NYC beat maker Baauer was called into action to curate for the radio series delivering one of the strongest mixes to date.
Following the recent release of his debut studio album Aa, which features the charting singles "Go", "Day Ones", and "Kung Fu", Baauer continues to send it hard in the trap and bass space by placing a stacked set of heaters into the Essential Mix. Tunes from Mr. Carmack, Rustie, Oshi, Hudson Mohawk, and many others are nestled with singles from Baauers past and present for a solid collection of unreleased music, fan favorites, and little known gems. Stream the new Essential Mix below and check out his new album "Aa" available now. Enjoy
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