Shelley Parker has been making experimental club music since the early 2000s, but many people would’ve first discovered her in late 2018. Though she’s been quietly running her always-excellent Structure label out of London for a number of years, last year she garnered a new wave of attention through Red Cotton, a fierce percussive 4-tracker released via the leading Hessle Audio imprint. That EP saw her treading through Hessle’s hallmark bass-leaning territory, but in her live performances, she typically fuses mean, apocalyptic techno with hostile basslines. Ahead of her upcoming performance with the Hessle trio this Sunday, Parker sent over an hour of her own material in mix form. Though she’s prepared a DJ session here, it’s likely you can expect the same criss-crossing playing style from her live set this weekend. Freefall through her singular sound world below.