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:
Seattle-born, Berlin-based DJ and electronic producer Camea has been a fixture on the international tech-house scene for the past 15 years. Beginning as a rave DJ in the 1990s, her journey has taken her from West Coast rave warehouses to Brooklyn’s clandestine techno scene, and finally to Berlin where she runs her own imprint and podcast called Neverwhere. Prior to launching Neverwhere, Camea founded one of the minimal techno’s most illustrious labels, Clink Recordings, and her lengthy discography has graced premier labels such as Bpitch Control, Minus, Plus 8, Get Physical, and many more. She recently unveiled her long-awaited debut full-length album Dystopian Love just last month.
Formerly known as Project Pablo, Montreal-based musician Patrick Holland has emerged as one of the most consistently solid producers of forward-thinking electronic music over the past 6 years. Since he burst onto the scene in 2014 with a pair of EPs on Canadian label Hybridity Music, he's unleashed a steady clip of top-notch EPs for revered labels such as 1080p, Church, Royal Oak, Magicwire, Spectral Sound, Technicolour, Let's Play House, and more. Patrick established his own label, Verdicchio Music Publishing, in 2018 and has swiftly released a handful of new releases on the upstart imprint, including his most recent album, Reality Picture.
Los Angeles electronic production and DJ duo Classixx have been KEXP favorites for the past decade with their infectious electronic-pop sound that mixes funk, disco, house, R&B, and pop in joyful and summery fashion. Comprised of childhood friends Michael David and Tyler Blake, they've put out two adored full-length albums, collaborated with a diverse cast of artists ranging from How To Dress Well to T-Pain, contributed party-starting remixes for everyone from Phoenix to Local Natives, and recently stepped out late last year with the new single "Love Me No More" and followed it up last month with their latest single, "One More Song" featuring Roosevelt.
The alias of Amie Dabu, Snapdragon has quickly become a creative force and trusted presence in Seattle's nightlife scene. Her passion for DJ'ing first bloomed in the underground scene of Phoenix, Arizona back in 2007 with early experiences spinning at underground warehouse parties and desert raves. Following time spent and more DJ gigs in Scottsdale and Las Vegas, she planted roots in Seattle in 2015 and has fully blossomed into a genre-bending artist and DJ with a packed calendar spinning behind the decks at all of Seattle's destination clubs for underground dance music.