It's an all-vinyl selection from the Astral Black guru...

Impey has been a key figure in underground music for some time now, a DJ who can move from grime to hip-hop, from left-leaning beats all the way to commercial party-starters.

Through his associations with Astral Black and his own Ghost Notes label the producer has built a slim but potent catalogue, fixating on the more future-facing end of the digital spectral.

Always up for working with new talent, Impey's sets are often a gateway of sorts, matching all-out bangers to sounds you simply haven't heard before.

Set to play the Clash x Astral Black party in London's Ace Hotel tonight (July 25th) we asked the DJ if he'd compile a mix for us, something different to the norm.

"Compiled with vinyl from bargain bins across the country... alongside my mum's record collection" this is a biting selection of 80s funk and soul, including some stone cold classics from Donald Byrd, 52nd Street, SOS Band, and Bootsy Collins.

As ever there's a few left field diversions along the way, including a mystery track... no prize for figuring it out, mind you, but we would be impressed.

Get stuck in below and RSVP to for free entry to the Clash x Astral Black party.

Jimmy Chingas - Phone Home (Instrumental)
S.O.S Band - High Hopes
52nd Street - Tell Me
Michael Wycoff - Do You Really Love Me
David Joseph - You Can’t Hide
Donald Byrd - Love Has Come Around
Aurra - You & Me Tonight
S.O.S Band - Groovin (That’s What We’re Doing)
Windjammer - Tossing And Turning
????? - ?????
Funkadelic - (Not Just) Knee Deep
James Ingram - Tuff
Bernard Wright - Spinnin’
Kevin Toney - Special K
Bernard Wright - Haboglabotribin
Bootsy Collins - Shine-O-Myte (Rag Popping)
Rick Holmes - Remember To Remember

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Clash x Astral Black party hits London's Ace Hotel tonight (July 25th).

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