In this mix Charli Brix takes us on a heavyweight journey bouncing through breaks, garage, and 140.
[00:00] Arkajo – Truth
[01:56] ID – ID
[03:52] Roska – Peace
[05:19] Fox, DJ Polo & Sam Binga – Weh Mi Se
[07:52] Jody Wisternoff – Here To Stay (DieMantle Extended Rethink)
[10:18] Disaffected – Mutapa
[12:23] ID – ID
[14:15] Bakey – Take it Further
[15:40] T-Man & Samurai Breaks – Can’t Get Stuck
[18:00] Yosh – To Me
[20:35] DieMantle – Way I Feel
[22:30] Bakey & Slay – Vibing Season
[24:18] Gemi – Buggin
[27:00] Ell Murphy & Tuff Trax – Close
About Charli Brix:
Hailing from London & now living in Bristol, Charli Brix has spent the last ten years exploring the realms of underground electronic music as an established multi-genre vocalist & DJ. Sitting comfortably among some of the most well known voices in drum & bass, Brix’ repertoire extends from d&b to r&b, dubstep and beyond.
2019 marked the release of her debut EP-‘Kintsugi’-on Flexout Audio and the progression of Charli’s DJ and live vocal sets-with performances at Outlook Festival, Sun & Bass & Glastonbury. Her vocal sets promise soulful melodies and empowering lyrics, while her DJ sets drift between dark, sultry rollers and minimal cuts.
Charli has steadily earned the support of respected names including BBC Radio 1, Redbull and UKF as well as support from her collaborators and the wider electronic music audience. Collaborating most recently with Bristol’s Gardna on his debut album ‘Good Time Not A Long Time’ alongside artists including Eva Lazarus, Mungo’s HiFi, Kiko Bun & Fox.
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