New mixes from veteran NYC producer/DJ Fred P (a.k.a. Black Jazz Consortium, pictured above), burgeoning talent Matt Karmil, and UK artist Nightwave have surfaced today.

First, Fred P has delivered the final installment of the year for the ongoing Overcast mix series, a 70-minute session which finds the NYC native gliding through a number of deep, celestial house selections, all of which appear lined with a tastefully soulful touch. Arriving without an accompanying tracklist, Fred P’s new mix can be streamed and downloaded in full below.

Appearing as part of the Kompakt label’s end-of-the-year celebrations, the imprint has shared an hour-long set from former Bubblin’ Up artist Matt Karmil, who issued his debut LP and a 12″ via Tim Sweeney’s Beats in Space label over the course of 2014. Exploring the depths of atmospheric house and techno for just over an hour, Karmil’s mix for Kompakt can be streamed in full below.

Lastly, Glasgow’s Nightwave has been enlisted to deliver the latest Dummy Mix, turning in a tough, fast-moving set for the occasion which incorporates selections from Ikonika, Randomer, Jon Convex, Helix, and even Taskforce’s “CDJ2000,” a track which appeared as a free download on XLR8R a few weeks back. Accompanied by a full tracklist and a short interview, Nightwave’s new set can be streamed and downloaded here.