The Radar 89: Mixed by David Hôhme

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David Hôhme has become a fixture of sorts on the Brooklyn transformational circuit, delivering desert-friendly sets to the masses whose soundscapes are lush, melodic, and filled with intricate instrumentation. Additionally, his releases have been rinsed quite a bit by his peers; notably, his single “Fear Less,” which received remixes by Martin Roth, Jody Wisternoff, and more.

A few weeks after his most recent composition, a driving, tech-driven offering titled “Oberon,” Hôhme has specially-tailored a Dancing Astronaut Radar mix to prepare for a summer filled with outdoor parties and open-air venues. He opens with the aforementioned single, before delving into an array of hypnotic house and tech records that play out like a trek through the sand dunes. The mix is highly engaging from start to finish, ending on an ethereal note with a piano chords and resonant vocals.

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