Five years are passed since their historical drum & Bass/dubstep Essential debuts, five years in which Nero has grown step after step gaining a well-deserved place in the Olympus of the music world as one of the most intriguing and qualitative electronic duo of our days.
Now, with the release of their second studio album ‘Between II Worlds’ right in these days, the wise Pete Tong didn’t miss the opportunity recalling them behind the BBC’s decks for another two-hour show spectacular journey across several decades of music history.
The trip starts with some old-style pills from legendary names like Underworld, Jon Hopkins, Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode, Radiohead and continues as a return to present, passing through some cornerstones such Daft Punk and Chemical Brothers, till some extracts from their brand new aforementioned album as the conclusion.
It seems pointless to reiterate that the listen of this Essential Mix is strongly encouraged, then, you can enjoy it on the BBC’s website for the next twenty days on right below whenever you want.
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