20 Best DJ Mixes of 2013

James Murphy, Atoms for Peace, Four Tet and more of the year's most transcendent sets

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Mark E, 'Fact Mix 401'
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15. Mark E, 'Fact Mix 401'

Mark E seems to approach every project with careful deliberation, a work ethic that pays off on the Birmingham producer's Fact mix. He crafts a captivating sonic narrative: the set kicks off with a slew of bobble-headed disco-house beats, sinks in to a brief dark patch with Silent Servant's brooding track "Invocation of Lust" and then returns to waggling house rhythms. 

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