Aim (producer Andy Turner) was once photographed leaping from a dilapidated jetty in the pouring rain near his home in the UK’s Lake District. It was an appropriately apposite image, locating Turner and his music outside of hip-hop’s usual urban environment and obsessions. Turner bookends this adorable mix album with tracks from Grand Central label mates Tony D and Fingathing. In between, the DJ draws on melodic hip-hop and rare funk from the likes of The Village Callers, A Tribe Called Quest and Lewis Parker. But, nicely, Turner also underpins the set with a curious pastoralism, directing the mood via James Yorkston’s rustic folk and Boards of Canada’s bucolic electronica.