off limits hiding places

off limits hiding places

This Nupacific mix is of freeform character and goes beyond club & festival limitations – specially recorded for listening in unusual places. It gives the selector the freedom to take beautiful music and tell a story of unheard nature.

Nupacific radio crafted by Philipp Bruckmeier
Download the mix

01. francis harris – HEMS
02. boards of canada – collapse
03. clockwork – hidden spectator
04. vermont – übersprung
05. caribou – melody day (four tet remix)
06. abe duque – miracle to fill my life
07. pillow talk – the outcast (life and death remix)
08. the lumineers – stubborn love
09. bajka & hunter game – the island
10. rampue – wilderness
11. flume & chet faker – drop the game
12. james martin – lovebirds
13. a sagittarium – the circle stops somewhere
14. nils frahm – familiar

thanks to all the artists!

artwork drawing by wert 159



“It’s more than just good, a brilliant track.” – Matthias Vogt [re:jazz]
“Really like the mood. Well done.” – Arnaldo [Smallville, Greta Cottage Workshop]

Welcome James Martin, a barista throughout the day, and DJ/producer at night. A New Zealander living in Melbourne, with his ears tuned into cosmopolitan time zone of what’s happening in Berlin and elsewhere, James likes it slow and dreamy. He says “the art and science of twisting out espresso and dropping bass lines are not too dissimilar. It comes down to taste.”

Grab it on iTunes..

Find dj mixes by James Martin on his Soundcloud page.

nupacific flip


Earlier this year on the Nupacific show on Radio Ponsonby I mixed two tracks that I had never mixed before, blending them into a long transition. I felt something clicked. Something strangely familiar. Before I realised what was going on I found myself dancing at the radio station studio, alone, close to midnight. Driving home later on, feeling numb and victorious, the idea of an edit was born, an edit that would share the feeling of that particular moment.

new sway


Slow cooking. Inspired by Tosca and ECM jazz, I saw an imaginary motion picture before my inner eye when writing this piece. I don’t think it’s close to a master piece or anything, no way. For me it’s more about creative practice. Each track an entry in my process journal.

I love road trips, I shot this vid on a roadie along PCH 1 from San Francisco to LA on a crisp day. Can’t w8 for the next road trip, wherever it may take me.