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Midnight in a Perfect World

A multi-genre program featuring eclectic sets by a rotating cast of international and local DJs, each building upon a party vibe to kick off your weekend. Check out the archives of previous exclusive mixes here, and check out the upcoming schedule below:


November 2nd: Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

London-based electronic producer and DJ Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs burst onto the electronic music scene in 2009 with 'All in One Sixty Dancehalls,' his debut EP on Joe Goddard of Hot Chip's label Greco-Roman. Since then he's toured the world, released a handful of EPs, dropped his major-label debut album 'Trouble' in 2012 on Polydor Records, and received invitations to remix tracks by Little Dragon, Disclosure, Foals, Lady Gaga, and many more. Fresh off the release of five new singles this year, he'll be doing a DJ set in Seattle at Kremwerk on November 9th.

November 9th: Oliver Coates

Oliver Coates is a UK-based cellist, composer, and producer who has been an artist in residency at London’s Southbank Centre, a performing member in the London Contemporary Orchestra, and a recipient of the Royal Philharmonic Society Young Artist Award. An  in-demand collaborator with a diverse range of high-profile artists, he's been establishing himself as an intriguing solo electronic artist over the past five years. Earlier this year he released his third solo album titled Shelley's On Zenn-La on cutting-edge NYC label RVNG Intl.

photo by Jason Woo


November 16th: GriffinGrrl

GriffinGrrl is a recently launched DJ alias of Seattle's Emily Griffin. For over two decades she's been a catalyst and champion of dance music culture. Originally active in the Los Angeles rave scene in the early 1990s, she then came up as Ms.E - a radio host, club promoter, and DJ at the epicenter of San Francisco’s drum & bass movement. Since re-locating to Seattle, she's established herself as an integral force in the local dance community where you can frequently find her beaming behind the decks at late-night parties mixing a wide array of chunky tech-house vibes and lush bass-heavy beats.

photo by Edwin Monico


November 23rd: Eyedress

Eyedress is the solo alias of Filipino singer, musician, and producer Idris Vicuña. Born in the city of Makati in the Philippines, he spent major parts of his childhood in Arizona and California before his family moved back to the Philippines when he was 15 years old. His interest in bedroom recording techniques soon birthed the solo project Eyedress in 2012 as an outlet to explore his own fuzzy genre-blending pop experiments. Now signed to UK's Lex Records, he's releasing his 4th full-length album Sensitive G on November 16th, a deeply personal record that reflects on the joys and pain of his life in Manila told through the musical styles he was influenced by growing up in the US: R&B, dream-pop, indie rock, punk rock, and G-funk.

photo by Chelsea Peterson


November 30th: Yung Futon

Yung Futon is the alias of Seattle-based DJ Denise Zhang. As a member of the international music collective CUSTOMS, she made her DJ debut in Osaka, Japan in 2014 and has been maturing and experimenting with her sound rapidly since. Already in her young career she has shared stages with a wide range of renowned electronic artists, including Toro Y Moi, LONE, Qrion, and Hayden James. 

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