First found out about this gem by walking into the Purple Tape Pedigree Boiler Room earlier this year, her set was nothing short of captivating. So stoked she brings that same compelling energy to this mix for us, she skillfully layers club, ambient, noise and other genres resulting in a very thrilling listen. Check out her mix and q&a below
tell us about this mix:
It’s a chain of emotional, multipolar reactions.
when did you start djing?
2013. I was super bummed I had been disconnected from doing music for over 5 years. I was spending every weekend in NYC being a bass zombie and obsessing over club music at parties, so I thought I’d give it a go.
Friends’ 2 floor kegger in Bushwick on a VCI-100. Shout out #234 and Panch.
favorite party ever played:
The most meaningful so far has been the PTP Boiler Room in New York as it was the first time I had played at home since I moved to Berlin two years ago. It was an amazing homecoming and night of love and fam.
Honorable mentions: every Trade party; playing KitKatClub where there’s a red button in the DJ booth that ignites a big fire-breathing dragon above and behind the crowd.
Geng, father of PTP. We have very similar tastes in music and near realms of influences. His mixes are emotional stories that really make you feel, and he’s fearless when it comes to challenging an audience.
Ones I’m excited about right now… Ziúr, v1984, Club Cacao
pet peeve when djing
People trying to speak to you or introduce themselves while you’re playing. Can’t concentrate homie.
place you’d like to play:
Sick sound system + warm spa pool like the one at Liquidrom in Berlin (you can listen to music underwater)
something you want everyone to know about you:
I did my best.