Our first Ears is brought to you by wunderkind DJs Simon Winkler and Lauren Taylor. Each week, ‘Winkles’ and Lauren spin damn fine local and international tunes as proponents of ‘the new and the next’ on Triple R FM’s Breaking and Entering. Here they herald Spring with a surf-inspired mixtape featuring Fox + Sui, Holy Balm, Andrew Ashong & Theo Parrish and many more choice cuts.

Springtime surf mix

Simon Winkler and Lauren Taylor are the hosts of Triple R FM’s Breaking and Entering. They are future music forecasters in the business of making many a booty shake and toe tap, either over the airwaves or during their many DJ sets around town. Here, they’ve prepared a special Ears mixtape just for you, good listener. Lapping waves, bottom of the ocean basslines – it’s time to frolic in the deep blue sea.

Ears #1: Springtime surf mix tracklisting

Fox + Sui – Summer Storm
Andrew Ashong & Theo Parrish – Flowers
NO ZU – Emotion
Tyrone Evans – Rise Up
Group Rhoda – Hi Rise
Sir Own – Hooked (Kon’s Nite Time Remix)
Isaac Tichaeur – Doing What I Got
Mosca – Accidentally (Dub)
Pollyn – Sometimes You Just Know It (Moodymann Remix)
Holy Balm – Holy Balm Theme
Four Tet – Pinnacles

Original photo credit: billiejeanisnotmylover.com

Springtime surf mix by Assemblepapers on Mixcloud

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