DJ Moxie delivers with new compilation, ‘Moxie Presents Volume Four’
London born DJ MOXIE has been slogging it for nine whole months to bring us her latest compilation, Moxie Presents Volume Four. For a creative period as lengthy as a pregnancy, we can confirm that the seasoned D-floor dominatrix has well and truly delivered to our ears one rhythmic noise baby- and we’re positively crooning.
As its title suggests, the fourth instalment of Moxie’s compilation series features eight thoughtfully curated, dynamic tracks featuring a well rounded artist line-up. Released by On Loop, a UK touring club night and record label founded by DJ Moxie herself, the comp is set to be available on a limited vinyl run (READ: it’s sold out already fam) and for digital listening pleasure worldwide (SAVED by the internet yet again).
The mix opens with house-vibed track ‘Truth Is What U See (Dreams)’ from Alabama native and seasoned producer Byron The Aquarius, setting the pace for the oncoming groovefest and leading the way for a procession of artists from around the globe. Inclusions of tunes from artists like Lisbon local Violet and Paris-based Louise Chen make for a truly intercontinental celebration of electronica and each track lends its own sense of cultural ambiguity to the mix, instead choosing to adhere only to the culture of dance.
Somewhat a hero for radio DJ’s the world over, Moxie’s refined taste and entrepreneurial skills have lent her the ability to forge her own career in music, as well as unify and amplify artists from all corners of the world. That’s got to be the definition of making earth a groovier planet to inhabit.
Check out the tracklist for Moxie Presents Volume Four here:
- Byron the Aquarius- Truth Is What U See (Dreams)
- Bwana- Basic Plumbing
- Lady Blacktronika- 4 the Pain
- Violet- Antifa Beats
- Steve Spacek- Gimme Da Love
- DJ Python- Quito (Arsene Wenger Tribute Mix)
- Louise Chen- Reach (Raw Mix)
- Steve Spacek- Gimme Da Love (The Maghreban Remix)
Image: Jimi Herrtage.
Words by CLARE NEAL
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