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Get ready to parallel park your spaceship, next stop is the Ethosphere. The brilliant bass producer who creates out of this world tracks, returns to the scene for a transcendent new mix. Digital Ethos, the beat creator who claims to be from Philly and not Mars, has unleashed a plethora of his outer space tunes for the first installment of Sounds of The Ethosphere. This mix takes you on a wild ride through the galaxy exploring the deepest and weirdest sounds imaginable. Bringing along some friends for the ride Digital Ethos has curated the soundtrack for your next intergalactic mission.

While we double check to make sure all systems are a go, Digital Ethos provides us with the backdrop for an explosive takeoff. As we get ready for liftoff, he samples the mysterious outro from Flying Lotus’ other alias, Captain Murphy’s ‘Mighty Morphon Foreskin’. The outro informs us that Planet Earth is about to be recycled and your only chance at survival is leaving NOW. Digital Ethos blasts the listener off into another dimension as he opens the mix with Scheme’s ‘Youngers’, a ferocious flip of the grimey, Stormzy’s ‘Wiley Flow’. It’s clear that this UFO ain’t making any landings for the foreseeable future.

Looks like some turbulence lies ahead

Or that could just be Chee’s deadly new track ‘Vultures’. We also heard this in Space Jesus’ first ever Moon Dot transmission mix. Digital Ethos effortlessly hand selects the stellar vibes necessary for this cosmic exploration. With new tunes from FRQ NCY, Thelem, Vctre, Integrate, that pestering, peculiar itch for bass is scratched and satisfied. If all this wasn’t enough, the man casually decides to throw in some booty shaking drum and bass from the legends Chase & Status as well. Oh and did we mention that the mix contains 5 spicy new IDs courtesy of Digital Ethos, one unknown FRQ NCY tune and a straight up ID-ID??? Brace yourselves for this odyssey.

What are you waiting for? Get that spaceship all fueled up and stream the new mix below. Be sure to keep it tuned into Digital Ethos’ socials for the latest announcement and show news. He’s clearly sitting on A LOT of unreleased goodies, 2020 going to be a MAJOR year for the Martian.

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