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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:


JUNE 2019 SCHEDULE

photo by Amber Felix

 

June 7th: Sequoyah Murray

Sequoyah Murray is an emerging 22 year-old Atlanta-based vocalist, musician, and producer who recently signed with Thill Jockey Records and released his debut EP titled 'Penalties Of Love' on May 3rd. Although only four songs long, the EP showcases his visionary soulful pop sound that has drawn comparisons to Arthur Russell as well as contemporaries such as MorMor and Sampha.

photo by Manny Dan

 

June 14th: Hyasynth

Hyasynth is the alias of Seattle's Karen Baskett, a local DJ, professional dancer, and teaching artist. Her early love of records and dancing eventually evolved into her DJ career as Hyasynth, and she can often be found spinning at clubs around town. She's a member of the Bottom Forty Crew and has been a fixture at Rebar's Flammable Sundays night, Train Car House Party, Kremwerk, and Monkey Loft, mixing deep house, disco, tech-house, and more to keep dancefloors moving.

photo by Dmytrij Wulffius

 

June 21st: Kedr Livanskiy

Moscow’s Yana Kedrina is the vocalist, producer, and DJ best known as Kedr Livanskiy. Riding a wave of online buzz, she released her debut EP 'January Sun' in early 2016, introducing listeners to her unique, ethereal, and kinetic electronic-pop music. Recently finding newfound inspiration doing adventurous DJ sets around the world, she just released her sophomore album titled 'Your Need' in early May on 2MR Records.

June 28th: Dexter Story

Dexter Story is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, music director and producer based in Los Angeles. He's had a varied career in the music industry, including stints as the marketing director at Priority and Def Jam Records, product manager for Snoop Dogg, and repping Meshell Ndegeocello. As a solo artist, he's released two solid full-length albums that blend jazz, funk and soul with various East African styles, most recently unveiling his sophomore album 'Bahir' back in March on Soundway Records. In addition to his musical endeavors, he's also an Artist in Residence and Event Producer at Community Coalition of South Los Angeles, a community organizing and advocacy non-profit, and a first-year M.A. student at UCLA in their African Studies department.

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