Nicole Moudaber – Essential Mix Free Download

“The Queen of Dark House,” Nicole Moudaber    

 Nicole’s flawlessly executed music combines edgy, percussive house with tough, soulful techno sounds to    create a unique mix that is pure Moudaber and utterly devastating. A funky diva who is, herself, a passionate clubber, Nicole knows all the moves to ensure that nobody leaves the dancefloor when she hits the decks. On the production end, she’s already earned critical acclaim, having spent weeks at the top of the Beatport Techno Chart with her remix of Sian & Mladen Tomec’s ‘Front Pocket’ on Octopus and her version of Carl Cox’s ‘Chemistry’ on Intec. She also scooped a prestigious IDMA at Miami’s Winter Music Conference, winning the award for ‘Best Minimal/Techno Track’. In addition, Moudaber has dropped killer original tracks for other labels including Drumcode, 8Sided Dice, Kling Klong and Waveform Recordings, while remixing the likes of Santos, Martin Eyerer, Mauro Picotto, and Bart Skills. But most of all she is an artist driven to create a distinct groove that takes people on a techno driven journey of transcendent nonstop dancing – regardless of whether she’s playing at a huge festival like the Electric Daisy Carnival or at an intimate club like Cielo NYC. Nicole says she is incredibly thankful for the endless flow of positive energy from fans and fellow artists.

Three new jewels in her crown in 2012

Nicole has several new exciting projects and performances in the pipeline including the upcoming releases of a 2-track EP in collaboration with Victor Calderone near the end of July and a Solo EP in October, both on Adam Beyer’s Drumcode Records. She is also working on a lot of new original material with plans to launch her own label, MOOD Records, in late 2012. Nicole will play major festivals in Europe including Awakenings, Tomorrowland and as well as various clubs including Cocoon Frankfurt, Rex Paris, Cocorico Rimini, and Harry Klein Munich, She also joined Carl Cox for the Opening Party of the Revolution Recruits at Space Ibiza on July 3rd (and several other Revolution dates this summer) and the ADE in the Netherlands on October 17th. In other words, Nicole is a woman whose music is in high demand with no plans to hit the brakes anytime soon. On the contrary, according to Nicole, she’s just starting to hit her stride and she’s looking forward to touching even more people with her signature sound.

 

 

Track List 

Nicole Moudaber – Essential Mix Intro [Unreleased]
Jay Tripwire – Treat Him Like [Modern Electrics]
Intruder & Jei – Amame (Dyed Soundorom Downtown Remix) [Defected]
Argy – Upon Ourselves (Osunlade Stripped Mix) (feat. Bajka) [Ibadan Records]
Tapesh – Clown (Alex Tepper Remix) [Suara]
Miguel Lobo & Larry Peters – State of Mind (Re-UP remix) [Moan Recordings]
Mazu – Temple Transfer (Nicole Moudaber Remix) [Waveform Recordings]
Nicole Moudaber – My Africana (Exclusive Track)[Unreleased]
DJ Yellow – Sleep With Me (Wink Edit) [Ovum]
Kerri Chandler – Pong (Ben Klock’s Bones & Strings Dub) [Deeply Rooted House]
Nicole Moudaber – Give Me Body (Exclusive Track) [Unreleased]
Maetrik – Innovation Fascination (Attemporal Change Remix) [Tic Tac Toe Records]
Nicole Moudaber & Victor Calderone – Vertical Limit (Vox Mix) [Drumcode]
Shifted – Gates [Mote Evolver]
Mark Broom – Verve (Gary Beck Remix) [Beard Man]
The Villains – Slow Thump [Octopus Recordings]
Alan Fitzpatrick – Eyes Wide Open [Drumcode]
Nicole Moudaber – The Road To Transformation [Drumcode]
Markantonio – T4 (Original Mix) [Melting Process EP, Analytictrail]
Joseph Capriati – Solar System [Drumcode]
Nicole Moudaber – Movin’ On (Exclusive Track) [Unreleased]
Nicole Moudaber – Sonic Language [Drumcode]
Dustin Zahn & Rachel Palmer – Melange [Drumcode]
Nicole Moudaber & Victor Calderone – The Journey Begins [Drumcode]

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