Earlier this year she touched down on Mixmag. And then some. Dutch hotshot Deniro has graced a lot of our lists over the last three years and the simple reason for that is we think he's worth shouting about. Finally, he's starting to get the recognition he's been working towards since we first backed him all those years ago. Aside from being a staple on Nina Kraviz 's Trip Recordings, both releasing on the imprint and playing her parties, he's released on Clone, his own label Tape and Dekmantel.
In , we did something we hadn't really done before, we put out a production mix from Deniro containing only his own tracks, some released, mostly not. Fast forward three years and Deniro delivers another package of his own cuts, this time for Reclaim Your City.
With so much fire in the locker, it's only a matter of time until everyone's screaming about this Dutchman who always provides the techno space-pace. Along with her partner in crime and life Octo Octa, Eris Drew continues to make a name for herself as one of the scene's most talked about selectors - releasing a selection of electrifying mixes that wow crowds at clubs and festivals of all shapes and sizes.
Inspired by their love of "DJ culture, nature, magic and each other," the dynamic duo have recently set up an imprint called T4T LUV NRG which aims to bring more visibility to trans for trans T4T partnerships behind the decks.
Eris Drew is an inspiration, and her mixing style is a jaw-dropping combination of lethal skill and absolute class. If South Korea isn't on your map right now, you best save the rest of this list for later, do yourself a favor and get familiar. The world has been enchanted by the charming, sometimes English, mostly Korean vocal signatures of South Korean natives like Peggy Gou and Yaeji. With such a warm reception to tracks like 'It Makes You Forget Itgehane ' and 'Raingurl', it should come as no surprise that there's plenty more talent coming straight from Seoul.
She's a skilled producer, bringing in her own hypnotic, half-sung half-rapped Korean vocals into her originals, and is a fierce selector, seamlessly matching the vibe of her own irresistibly dance-y tracks to Bicep remixes, FYI Chris, Jensen Interceptor and more. With a Boiler Room and Beats1 mix already under her belt, perhaps the best demonstration of her prowess comes via her i-DJ mix which was released at the top of this year.
She plays the way her vocals feel: raw, to-the-point and with an undeniable draw. There's no beating around the bush there. Sally C loves late '80s and early '90s house. Like, really loves it. Read this and you'll learn how the work of Tyree Cooper and hip house innovator Fast Eddie inspired her to start collecting records and DJing, planting the seeds of career spinning tunes. She lives in Berlin, but her set in The Lab LDN earlier this year was evidence she's swerved the all-black clad techno train and stayed on the tracks of fun-filled house and those old skool dancefloor flavours with enough zing to give you a sugar rush.
Then came the hip house, the lively raps and rumbling basslines of Fast Eddie's 'Get You Some More' riling those on our office-turned-club dancefloor.
Sally took a trip back to '96 for the closer, DJ Supreme's 'Tha Wildstyle' responsible for a rowdy ending, and there I was bouncing in my desk chair as I ticked off my final duties for the end of the week. I told you this all went down in our office, right? As great as it is to check out DJs who spin things that you've probably never heard, a la Nicolas Lutz and Francesco del Garda, there is something very special about selectors that absolutely nail a balance of tracks you know and love with those you desperately want to ID.
In it, I heard D. Two tracks later they drop Tuff City Kids' phenomenal 'Dreamscape UK' mix of Radio Slave's 'Screaming Hands' , a track that makes me misty-eyed and nostalgic about a rave that kicked off when I was -2 years old.
The relaunch of The Face has been a cause for celebration in , not least because it published this sublime Josey Rebelle mix. At once classic, cutting-edge - and potent - The Face could not have hoped for a more fitting soundtrack to its return than this. End times need cathartic music. As Boris and Dominic Cummings push the UK toward oblivion, I need a shot of something stiffer than apathetic house music.
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