London based DJ, producer and label boss Mella Dee has been on a tear recently, with his Techno Disco Tool still causing a stir and amassing millions of plays across SoundCloud, YouTube and Spotify.
Last Saturday found the British talent make his debut with BBC Radio 1’s weekly Essential Mix, joining the likes of Peggy Gou, Daniel Avery, Lane 8, George FitzGerald and more.
The Warehouse Music boss brought together the sounds of Joy Division, Brian Eno, Sade, Frankie Bones, Richie Hawtin, Jeff Mills and Robert Hood.
In a Facebook post he said “When it comes to what I want to achieve as a DJ and producer, this has to be up there at the very top. I love the Essential Mix and I always have. The fact you have the best artists in the world putting together a 2 hour mix of some of the best music out there on a weekly basis, with no restrictions is really something special. To be part of this legacy means everything to me.”
The Essential Mix comes just before the release of his new ‘Exactly Mate’ EP via his own label.