For those who don't know, Australia Day was yesterday (Jan. 26). To celebrate the day, BBC Radio 1 host Annie Nightingale brought Knife Party, Flume and M-Phazes (who recently collaborated with Alison Wonderland) onto the show to each deliver new mixes.
Each of them showed plenty of love to their home country as each act made sure to incorporate music made by their fellow Aussies. Flume played a handful of cuts from his Skin LP, including "Say It" feat. Tove Lo and "Smoke & Retribution" feat. Vince Staples and Kucka.
Knife Party followed right after Flume as the bass music duo throws in a couple remixes of their new song "Battle Sirens" and even include some of their classics like "Internet Friends". Herobust's new track "Dirt Heater Tea" and Ekali's "Akira" collaboration with KRANE are also dropped in the mix. You can listen to all the mixes below. Enjoy!
Annie Nightingale & Flume & Knife Party & M-Phazes - Quest Mix