Mixes Of The Week: 5/2/17


This week’s top mixes include Disc Woman Nazira, Ana Helder’s Uplifting Sound and Yaeji’s Lyrical Impacts.

Disc Woman Nazira. “All my mixes are bound to the mood I am in at the moment I record it. This mix caught me in rather good mood and I wanted to record something you could hear me play in the club at 3 am. Consists of things I enjoyed listening to lately.” Almaty-based DJ and vinyl collector, radio host at Radar Radio and resident at Room 4 Resistance, Nazira features in the latest DISCWOMAN podcast. Stream above.

Ana Helder’s Uplifting Sound. The latest Dekmantel podcast comes from Latin American artist and promoter Ana Helder, of the Cómeme imprint, whose rough and uplifting house sound has taken her DJ sets international. Her hour-long set features a happy selection of drum tracks, minimalist dance, African percussion and a track of her own, ‘Sexe’. Stream and download above.

Charlotte Bendik’s DHA Mix. Norwegian DJ, producer and party mastermind, Charlotte Bendiks, who has released records via top labels including Love OD, Cómeme, Monika Enterprise and Cymawax, expertly combines an hour of heavyweight deep house cuts in this instalment of the Deep House Amsterdam mix series. Stream above, track listing here.

ANNA Sculpting For Clash. Having just released a new EP titled Speicher on German powerhouse Kompakt Extra, Brazil-born and Barcelona-based ANNA sculpts a new mix for Clash. It features a selection of her own productions as well as jams from Jon Hester, Wehbba, and Planetary Assault Systems. Stream above.

Yaeji’s Lyrical Impacts. Kathy ‘Yaeji’ Lee of New York is a Korean-American electronic musician breaking down cultural barriers with her mellow, quietly sung lyricism, which she performs over elements of house music and hip-hop on her releases via Godmode. Her Mixmag session is a driving movement of future-facing techno, electro and breakbeats. Stream above.

Larry B’s Expanding Talent. London-based Larry B’s talent spans fashion, photography and DJing, and has begun to expand into songwriting and vocals, having recently released his 5 Sad Songs EP. Ahead of a live performance in New York City, he shares an immersive Fader mix, which features R&B gems, a Jerry Springer – Claude Debussy mashup and more. Stream above.

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