03/02/2023

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Fact Mix 878: Juba

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Fact Mix 878: Juba

Juba ties alongside one another seems and rhythms from the African diaspora and further than in a combine that mirrors her great club night.

British-Nigerian artist Juba has constructed a powerful status as one of Europe’s most thrilling DJs, specially in Berlin exactly where she has been dependent given that 2018. Juba’s sets and mixes attract on her Nigerian heritage, combining dance songs from Africa and the African diaspora with genres including techno and United kingdom funky, bringing jointly audio from distinctive corners of the globe by her individual exclusive perspective.

A standard host on Berlin’s Cashmere Radio and member of London’s Boko! Boko! collective, Juba is also the creator of Assurance, a 2020 documentary and subsequent podcast series that interviewed gals DJs in Nigeria and the global south about their experiences. In September 2022, Juba launched her very own club evening in Tresor’s freshly refurbished Globus room referred to as BPM aka Beats Electric power Motion, a undertaking with Saevi Agency’s Sara Avitabile that aims to convey new electricity to a single of Berlin’s oldest techno institutions.

This spirit is existing all over her 90-moment Point Combine, which plays out like Juba’s ideal club established, moving through melancholic and yearning vibes to joyous occasion heaters at the stop, packing in music from DJ Lag, Ploy, Roska, Anz, Sansibar and quite a few extra. “The combine is coming off the back of a chaotic summertime and I sense like it encapsulates the fun, totally free and energetic spirt of festivals and occasions that I have performed at this yr like Fusion Pageant, Stability Competition, Glastonbury, Reverse Engineering, BPM of system and extra,” Juba suggests. “When I was placing the combine together, I imagined it getting a sort of sonic journey by the distinctive rooms and DJ sets at my great club night time. It eases in, reaches an intensive peak and then ends on a rhythmic significant, which is how I like my sets to move.

“The combine contains snatches of appears and rhythms that are diverse and from absolutely various musical ecosystems, but they even now somehow in good shape seriously properly with each other,” she continues. “The core of my new music is digital new music from African nations around the world, but I sense like a spectrum of sounds, representing various influences are really encapsulated in it, with a move from Afrotech to gqom, global bass, Asokpor, drum and techno and flavours in involving. I also added in my initially output by the name of ‘Show Dem Fire’ and I was rather satisfied that I could combine it into ‘Melodie Glaçe’ by Nídia, which is just one of my favourite tracks appropriate now.”

Stick to Juba on Instagram and SoundCloud. Purchase her monitor ‘Show Dem Fire’ at Bandcamp.

Tracklist:

Pablo Fierro – ‘Kalaa’
DJ Satellite  – ‘Kemuda Siyeza’ (Demented Soul & Noxious DJ Afro Combine)
Fiyadread – ‘Log In’
Dlala Thukzin feat. Iso – ‘Nika Nika’ (Magical Remix)
Themba – ‘Who Is Themba?’
Dlala Thukzin – ‘Small Boys (feat. Kususa & Bongo)
DJ QUE – ‘Night Vision’ (feat. Nana Atta, Mampintsha & Karyendasoul)
State OFF – Into the Jungle (feat. Omagoqa)
Avicii x Dee Attributes – Ranges (Dee Characteristics Bootleg)
Zvri – ‘Kontrol’ (feat. Cue)
Surreal Periods – ‘Danger, Gevaar, Ingozi’
Griffit Vigo – ‘Come To Durban’
Avernian – ‘She Dances In The Rain’
DJ Lag – ‘Shululu’ (feat. K.C Driller & Loki)
Worst Behaviour – ‘Abenzi Bezinto’ (feat. Okmalumkoolkat, Skillz & DJ Lag)
Tribal Brothers – ‘Tribal Drums’
PLOY – ‘Stinky’
Alex Index – ‘Four Issue Five’ (Circuit Remix)
Murder He Wrote – ‘Future’
Gafacci – ‘Amazonto 2.0’
Roska – ‘Pree Me’ (feat. Nakamura Minami)
Noire x Lobby – ‘ClubScream’
Arma – ‘Clap Trak’
Anz – ‘Inna Circle’
Sunareht & Sylvere – ‘Vervain’
Nick León – ‘Xtasis’ (feat. Dj Babatr) [Pearson Sound Remix]
Bitter Babe & Nick León – ‘Delirio’
Ekhe – ‘Tuli Banyo’ (Rave Edit)
DJ Swisha – ‘Telepathic Abuse’ (feat. DANNN)
Fracture & Sam Binga – ‘Termites’
SAAH – ‘Engage’
WRACK – ‘Tribell’ (Rumina Remix)
Ghetto 25 – ‘Where Is My Queen?’ (Poor Boombox Remix)
Sedef Adasi – ‘Power of X’
Salome – ‘Catch Us’
Simo Cell  – ‘Whisper’
Sansibar – ‘Scully’ (Earth Men and women Blend)
Rest D  – ‘Tram’
Leibniz – ‘Reduced Scope’
Juba – ‘Show Dem Fire’
Nídia – ‘Melodie Glaçe’
DJ LYCOX – ‘Parabens Moh Baba’

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