Sponsor

Guest mix: Jared Perez’s “Trankilou Unveiled” mix

The Madison DJ shares an exuberant new mix ahead of his set Friday at La Fete De Marquette.

The Madison DJ shares an exuberant new mix ahead of his set Friday at La Fete De Marquette.

Jared Perez has been gradually establishing himself as one of Madison’s most gifted DJs lately with a first-Friday gig at Bandung’s Nutty Bar, among other things. Ahead of his set Friday night at La Fete De Marquette’s Musique Electronique stage, Perez has shared with us a bubbly, house-heavy summer mix, inspired by and named in honor of French house outfit Trankilou. Thanks to Tone Madison contributor Joel Shanahan for his work on curating our hopefully soon-to-be-more-frequent guest-mix series. Anyhow, Perez’s solid near-hour of flowing house goodness and the playlist are below.

Playlist:

Sponsor

Skit – Be True (Firecracker)

Peter Horrevorts, “Galapagos” (Kanzleramt)

Eliphino, “I Don’t Care” (Hypercolour)

The Godson, “Analog Love” (Rush Hour)

Jimpster, “Dangly Panther” (Freerange)

Miss Patty, “Jam Session” (Sole Channel)

Neuroxyde, Doomwork, “Jazzy Stuff” (Starlight Unlimited)

Cheek, “Venus” (Pépé Braddock Remix) (Versatile)

Batida, “Puxa” (Beat Laden Remix) (Soundway)

General Ludd, “Woo Ha” (Mister Saturday Night)

Kyodai, “Breaking” (Local Talk)

Anthony Naples, “I’ll Still” (Rubadub)

Sponsor

?

Trankilou, “Atom Funk” (Kif Recordings)

Percussions, “KHLHI” (Text)

Wendy Rene, “After Laughter” (Alkalino remix)

Little Roy, “Come As You Are” (Alkalino Rework)

Lord Nelson, “Shango” (Daniel Haaksman & DJ Beware Remix) (Soundway)

HP Stonji, “Don’t Wait Until Dawn” (Spezialmaterial)

Gus Gus, “Polyesterday” (4AD)

Jared Perez, “Bkwrd Gecko”

Help us give our local arts scene the attention it deserves.

Become a sustainer today and get your new monthly donation matched 24x.

Help us give our local arts scene the attention it deserves.

Become a sustainer today and get your new monthly donation matched 24x.

Get your new monthly donation matched 24x!

tone madison logo in blue and yellow

At a time when Madison is going through a lot of change, we want Tone Madison to be something you can count on. You can rely on us to spotlight the artists, musicians, and ideas that make up the fabric of our city. You can rely on us to challenge the status quo with inventive, adversarial journalism, including our coverage of abortion rights, housing, and labor. 

 

But here's the thing: reader support is crucial our survival. We'll keep writing the articles you love (or love to hate) for as long as we can—but we need your help to keep our small, independent publication going.

 

If you make a new monthly donation today, NewsMatch will match it 24x! Will you help us continue to tell Madison's stories?

Maybe later

This site uses cookies to provide you with a great user experience. By continuing to use this website, you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with our privacy policy.

Scroll to Top