Over the past few years, Dutch producer Dave Huismans (a.k.a. 2562) has carved himself a solid niche in the murky territory that sits between the worlds of dubstep and techno. While he’s best known for his heady, low-end explorations, he also indulges a love for (slightly) clubbier sounds under his A Made Up Sound moniker. His upcoming album, Fever, finds him delving into yet another genre—disco. Well, sort of. Although every sound from his new full-length originated from a vintage slab of disco vinyl, Huismans still manages to sound like himself.

2562 aka A Made Up Sound - XLR8R Podcast

01 Yoav B “Wisdom Bop” (Meakusma)
02 M. Pittman “East Side Story” (7th Sign)
03 Panash “Cheval” (Atavisme)
04 Domu “Quarantine” (New Religion)
05 Kerri Chandler “Get Up” (Madhouse)
06 Blawan “Getting Me Down” (Unreleased)
07 Nutmeg “Oscar’s Shed” (Neroli)
08 DJ Koze “Mi Cyaan Believe It” (Pampa)
09 Julio Bashmore “Batty Knee Dance” (3024)
10 Boddika “Rubba” (Forthcoming Swamp 81)
11 2562 “This is Hardcore” (When In Doubt)
12 Nacho Patrol “Solomonic Dynasty” (Creme Organization)
13 Paperclip People “Floor” (Planet E)
14 Kirk Degiorgio “Nairobi” (New Religion)

Lexis

Lexis

Montreal-based DJ and the founder MusicIsMySanctuary.com (2007) and 24 Hours of Vinyl (2011).