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#313 Deadbeats Radio with Zeds Dead

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Zeds Dead – the canadian sensation is here with their DeadBeats Radio (better killing than death but that’s just us). Unique mix of styles making them frequents guests on the main stage of many of…

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R3hab presents: CYB3RPVNK Radio #591

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Welcome to the official podast of R3HAB Every week the Dutch maestro showcase his favorite tunes and and a DJ set. Enjoy the music with the ofiocial download link and online stream : Click to…

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Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.921 Manuka Honey

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RA.921 Manuka Honey : In the music video for her new single with Manni Dee, Manuka Honey embarks on a money heist, robbing a venue with a comically tiny Louis Vuitton bag. Wearing a barely-there outfit, her cutesy goth girl demeanour and memeworthy one-liners capture many facets of modern-day pop culture. Whether through her music, fashion or astrology practice, the artist, born Marissa Malik, speaks to a large demographic of fans. Her sound is a composite of club genres from across the globe—everything from baile funk to gqom to pop edits. She he describes herself as an “unhinged, hostile girl” and is known for unfettered self-expression. “When you come to my sets, often, my tit will accidentally fall out or I’ll step on the decks,” she once told RA.

Malik brings a sort of sensual chaos to the dance floor. Her DJ sets and productions are rooted in hot and humid rhythms that often distort into acrobatic shapes or blend into one another in a maximalist approach. Last year’s Machete / 777 for Club Romantico combined elements of reggaeton with ballroom, while one Boiler Room show last year went from Waka Flocka’s “No Hands” to new-school guaracha banger “Calentura Vaginal” (which translates to “vaginal heat”). She’s dedicated to supporting the worldwide Latin diaspora through her music, which heavily skews towards regional styles like guaracha and raptor house, as well as with her collective and party SUZIO.

Malik’s many influences shine on her RA Podcast. Moving from dancehall to Afro house to bassy dembow, the hour-long high-intensity workout captures her core sound palette. It’s energetic, steamy and a little disorienting—just how she likes it.



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