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Jack Rollo aka Peace Pipe joins PAMMIX for what he describes as “two hours of weird techno” that explore “bliss, fear, submission and possibility” — egged on by a thought about how music made him feel as a teenager.

Naturally, we asked him for a Top 5 anything. Naturally, he handed over mixes with some really generous liner notes…

"…My memories of hearing dj mixes as a kid inspired the peace pipe project. Some mixes made by friends, some recorded off the radio, heard in a car, or played in the park in the summer. And there are any number of mixes that I have found out about way after the fact that I was way too uncool to be aware of as a teenager. Here are four that me and my friends played to death, obsessed over and rewound again and again. And one made years later that floats in the same waters."

"Top 4 Mixes I Actually Listened To As A Teenager, And One I Definitely Didn’t"

Coldcut - 70 Minutes of Madness
Maybe the ultimate no rules no genres mix, seamless and playful it made anything seem possible.

Deep Dish - Penetrate Deeper
My friend Alice introduced me to this. Deep, Thick and slightly melancholy NY house blended to perfection (probably in a studio). BT and Deep Dish before it all went wrong.

Strictly Kev - Blech
The Warp records back catalogue cut and pasted together by Strictly Kev the soundtrack to a million solo Walkman journeys across the suburbs.

Funkmaster Flex - 60 Minutes of Funk
As a middle class teenager in 90s London, New York hip hop was part of the uniform. The layers of acapella, instrumentals and freestyles felt immaculate here.

DJ Sprinkles - Sally's II Tribute Tape 2012
Maybe my favourite deep house mix ever. Weird, deep, bumpy and beautiful 90s house put together in 2012 by the genius DJ Sprinkles.

DJ Sprinkles - Sally's II Tribute Tape 2012