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21. Nicole Moudaber & Skin - You Like This (Paco Osuna Remix) [MOOD]

Nicole Moudaber & Skin - You Like This (Paco Osuna Remix) [MOOD]

After the release of their collaborative ‘BREED’ EP at the end of last summer, Nicole Moudaber and Skin have unveiled the highly anticipated remix package featuring a long list of respected producers. Carl Craig, Fur Coat, Jamie Jones, Jerome Sydenham, Paco Osuna, Pan-Pot and Scuba are just some of the names which have turned their hand to the project. Originally born out of Nicole and Skin ofSkunk Anansie’s desire to fuse their rock and techno backgrounds, this is a true for a collaboration project with a difference. First, techno legend and remix master Carl Craig provides the only remix of “Someone Like You” featured in the EP. A powerful kick drum alongside the original chords take center stage, whilst Skin’s vocals come to the forefront in a series of tension-filled breakdowns. The EP includes two remixes of “Don’t Talk To Me I’m Dancin’.” Jamie Jones’ take involves a thudding, heavy bassline, including the Zebra Katzvocals sampled over the top, whilst Jerome Sydenham takes the track into faster, heavier territory. Paco Osuna’s jacking, percussion-filled remix of “You Like This” is currently one of Nicole’s favorite tracks to play out - featuring a surprise buzz-saw synth drop mid way through, it’s easy to visualize the effect this would have on a dancefloor. In his remix of the same track, Berliner Hector keeps the strolling rhythm of the original, adding sub bass and synth touches before bringing the vocals in more than halfway through. MJ Hall, Nicki Minaj’s producer - uses the original as a hip-hop sample, with rapper Luz Wang featured on the track. Pan-Pot takes on “These Walls Are Made Of Water”, adding the duo’s characteristically stomping touch as well as dramatic new synth melodies. This remix is another Nicole favorite, often featured in her sets and her In the MOOD radio shows. French emotive techno specialist Paul Ritch turns in an atmospheric, driving remix for this track as well. Lastly we see remixes for the most conventionally “techno” track of the original EP. “Organic Love” is treated to a melodic yet industrial remix by Scuba, whilst Fur Coat remixes the track into a more dark and dramatic affair. ‘BREED The RMXS’ EP is the latest incarnation of Nicole and Skin’s collaboration since the original project’s release in September last year. The pair have since been sharing the stage with each other at high-profile slots such as Space Ibiza and Coachella. Furthermore, the original EP was submitted and accepted into the Grammys for consideration - the remixes ensure that there now is a version of each track to fit into any set.

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23. Nicole Moudaber @ Awakenings Festival Day Two

Nicole Moudaber @ Awakenings Festival Day Two

Nicole Moudaber at Awakenings Festival 2015 Day Two SoundCloud: @awakenings Facebook: www.facebook.com/awakenings Instagram: www.instagram.com/awakenings Twitter: twitter.com/awakenings YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/awakeningsevent Website: www.awakenings.com

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24. Scuba - Too Strong (Nicole Moudaber Remix) [Circus Recordings]

Scuba - Too Strong (Nicole Moudaber Remix) [Circus Recordings]

Originally released on Yousef’s Circus Recordings via the acclaimed Circus-X compilation, the same album that also spawned ‘Green Velvet’ Bigger Than Prince, which with its remix package of course went on to be a global phenomenon. Here Scuba’s single comes in three moods and three incredible versions First up Nicole Moudaber continues the theme of the original but adds here trademark thunder, yet remarkably a more melodic area than she has walked previously. Cuartero drops a killer remake. pumping, nasty, freaky, and unbelievable breakdown, and huge for Yousef on his recent North American tour pre promo. Bambook and Mennie team up delivering a classy warm and inviting, Interpretation reminiscent of their releases of their home labels no19 and culprit. NICOLE MOUDABER Since establishing herself as a promoter of the highest quality, London based, Nicole Moudaber has transitioned to become a highly respected and sought after DJ and producer with regular appearances at Carl Cox’s Revolution night at Space Ibiza and for the Circoloco brand around the world. Not to mention some of the worlds leading festivals such as WMC, Time Warp and Glastonbury. Showcasing her diverse taste in music and curation skills Nicole also runs her own label Mood Records, presents In the MOOD radio show and has two recurring club nights for intimate and big room events, In the MOOD and MoodRAW respectively. As she looks forward to her own huge one-day festival, original productions for high-profile labels and remixes on her own label, Nicole presides over an empire that continues to grow in stature and the future looks full of exciting prospects.

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25. Nicole Moudaber - Somewhere In Our Minds - Truesoul - TRUE1261

  • Published: 2015-06-03T12:19:40Z
  • By Truesoul
Nicole Moudaber - Somewhere In Our Minds - Truesoul - TRUE1261

Nicole Moudaber is a name we are used to hearing on the radar as a Drumcode artist and she is showing us what she can do on the funkier side of the spectrum with her new EP now landing on Truesoul. Both tracks merge her signature techno sound into something that still contains stacks of class and character. The evolving sounds in both tracks build tension and energy to create after hour burners.

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27. Nicole Moudaber – Your Love Picks Me Up – Truesoul – TRUE1292

  • Published: 2017-01-18T12:58:38Z
  • By Truesoul
Nicole Moudaber – Your Love Picks Me Up – Truesoul – TRUE1292

With her trademark shock of untamed dark hair, the Nigeria-born artist can be spotted in a DJ booth by profile alone, rocking crowds before she even drops a record. In-demand all over the world, Moudaber has played everything from intimate after-hours clubs; to revered nightclub institutions like Space, DC-10, Output and Stereo; to massive festival stages, including Glastonbury, Electric Daisy Carnival and Coachella. She’s also been featured by the New York Times, CNN and Billboard. Nicole follows up her 2015 release on Truesoul with ‘Your Love Picks Me Up’, a 2 track EP featuring a remix from in-form producer Marco Faraone. Kicking off with Nicole’s original, the vocal hook teases itself in and is guaranteed to get stuck in your head. Expect to this one sung back at you on any dance floor. Marco Faraone is one of techno’s fastest rising stars as his remix is a prime example of why, putting his sinister twist on the track with pounding drums and sharp piano stabs. This is one for the after hours…

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28. Premiere: Nicole Moudaber & Carl Cox 'See You Next Tuesday' (Solardo Remix)

  • Published: 2017-11-29T18:37:08Z
  • By Mixmag
Premiere: Nicole Moudaber & Carl Cox 'See You Next Tuesday' (Solardo Remix)

Celebrated queen of all things techno Nicole Moudaber has found herself at the 50 release milestone of her imprint MOOD Records and to celebrate, has brought along a troupe of talented peers on board to remix her sharp collaboration with Carl Cox. 'See You Next Tuesday' has six reinventions from Danny Tenaglia, Truncate and more, but today's premiere is the first listen of Solardo's take on the tune. Solardo's rework of 'See You Next Tuesday' serves as yet another reminder of why the British duo have been dubbed tech house maestros in the scene; the moody techno hit finds an upbeat, foot-tapping swing with their touch. The remix EP is out on December 1 on MOOD. Purchase: https://www.beatport.com/release/see-you-next-tuesday-remixes/2159805

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29. Nicole Moudaber & Skin - Someone Like You (Original Mix) [MOOD]

Nicole Moudaber & Skin - Someone Like You (Original Mix) [MOOD]

On ‘Someone Like You’, the first single of their collaborative EP, Nicole Moudaber and Skunk Anansie’s Skin immediately display the production and performance talents they’re renowned for. Skin’s inimitable vocals sit perfectly over Nicole’s trademark dark and brooding techno beats. Alongside this sits ‘You Like This’; its stabbing synths creating a thunderous peak time dub ready for the dance floor. Released as a double single these two tracks perfectly encapsulate Nicole and Skin’s vision for future of techno.

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30. Premiere: Nicole Moudaber vs Skunk Anansie "Love Someone Else"

Premiere: Nicole Moudaber vs Skunk Anansie

Nicole Moudaber and Skunk Anansie´s Frontwoman Skin strike again. We got the first play of "Love Someone Else". Head to review: http://bit.ly/2gU2ptR Nicole Moudaber und Skunk Anansies Frontfrau Skin haben es erneut getan. Hört hier die Premiere von „Love Someone Else". Zum Review: http://bit.ly/2gU2ptR

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32. Nicole Moudaber - Awakenings Special Set 2013

Nicole Moudaber - Awakenings Special Set 2013

Find me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialpage Twitter: https://twitter.com/nicolemoudaber Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/cocolaleona Beatport: http://dj.beatport.com/nicolemoudaber

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33. Pete Tong B2B Nicole Moudaber

Pete Tong B2B Nicole Moudaber

Live from IMS Ibiza finale at Dalt Vila presented by Pioneer Dj and Smirnoff Sound Collective. Voted as the 'Best Ibiza Music Event' by the DJ Awards, on the final day of IMS Ibiza, delegates and partygoers of the island are welcomed to the historic, UNESCO World Heritage Dalt Vila site for an unforgettable party. More sets released soon! 23.00–24.00 Maceo Plex b2b Tale Of Us 22.00–23.00 Seth Troxler b2b Miss Kitten 21.00–22.00 Pete Tong b2b Nicole Moudaber 20.00–21.00 Dixon b2b Kenlou (Masters At Work) 19.00–20.00 The Martinez Brothers b2b Kenlou (Masters At Work) 18.00–19.00 B.traits b2b Jesse Rose 17.00–18.00 Lollino B2b Manu Gonzalez (Burn Residency

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34. In The MOOD - Episode 92 - Live from Last Night On Earth / BPM Festival 2016

In The MOOD - Episode 92 - Live from Last Night On Earth / BPM Festival 2016

In the MOOD hits the BPM Festival in Playa Del Carmen Mexico this week to play Sasha's Last Night on Earth party. Produced and syndicated by theradiodepartment.com

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35. Nicole Moudaber & Adam Beyer - Take Hold (Original Mix) [Drumcode]

Nicole Moudaber & Adam Beyer - Take Hold (Original Mix) [Drumcode]

In the same vein as her recently launched MOOD imprint, Believe is suited to a number of atmospheres and settings. Across the nine original productions and one collaboration with label boss Adam Beyer, Nicole has crafted a sonically diverse long-player of sounds which draw on the plethora of styles electronic music has to offer. From her accustomed techno to twisted house and everything in-between, the stylistic variety on offer means cuts Believe will easily feature in more intimate settings and big-room venues alike. Believe features a host of tracks aimed squarely at the clubs. From the moody Movin On, the bass-heavy Do Your Thing, to the industrial techno grooves on Come And Lay and the hypnotic chanting vocal on Get On It, the techno-aficionados will not be disappointed with what is sublime set of cuts that will no doubt destroy any dance-floor. In contrast however, there are more intimate moments to be found. For example the rhythmically entrancing yet uplifting Fly With You, to Liberum Spirita with its mazy ethereal breakdown, and the synth-heavy percussive builder Lumière Tamisée. Nicoles further flexes her production muscle with the stripped back dub-flavours of Big Love With No Apology, and a robotic groove-laden funk on the standout Can I Get Some. Believe delivers a consummate body of work with which Nicoles considerable abilities in the studio are clear for all to hear. A wide-range of sounds that is sure to appeal to the idiosyncratic tastes of the various sub-sections of electronic music community. Furthermore, it lives up to the high-standards of previous Drumcode long-players and is an engrossing and impressive debut; and one that offers a smooth segue into the next chapter of an already exciting career.

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36. Nicole Moudaber - Own (Original Mix) [Drumcode]

Nicole Moudaber - Own (Original Mix) [Drumcode]

The Drumcode A-Sides compilation is quickly becoming an important fixture within the techno world as a go to compilation for the hottest tracks. Mixing both highly experienced and new artists helps to bring a new dimension to the compilation that makes it such a special array of tracks. All tracks individual, their unique characters bring an outstanding and electrifying aspect to the compilation that as a whole makes it something extremely special.

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39. ID122 Nicole Moudaber - Empty Space

ID122 Nicole Moudaber - Empty Space

Out now on Beatport - https://www.beatport.com/release/empty-space-ep/1955369 Carl Cox is an industry figure head whose legacy in music includes his iconic label Intec, which he runs with friend and business partner Jon Rundell. Techno focused, the new Intec release comes from Nicole Moudaber who is one of the worlds leading DJs and producers. Having graced the best known clubs and festivals in the world she is a headline act who has also released music on labels such as Adam Beyer's Drumcode and Pan-Pot's Second State. Nicole Moudaber features regularly on Intec and a core member of the labels family of artists, which also includes the likes of Harvey McKay, Sidney Charles, Josh Wink, Dosem and Carlo Lio. With a wealth of music history Nicole Moudaber is an event promoter and founder of MOOD Records, plus her weekly radio show InTheMOOD it helps keep her ahead of the game. This sophisticated release has industrial undertones and a raw sound that showcases Nicole Moudaber's underground side, with a selection of tracks worthy of Berghains main room. Empty Space is understated Techno with sparse percussion and deep atmospherics layered over a prominent kick drum. Dark and eerie with industrial undertones, this intelligent track is like a detailed piece of black and white artwork, where shade and texture are used to add contrast and eloquence. Be Gone has a menacing lead synth and enthralling offbeat stabs that combine with subtle pads to creature a brooding tension. Dancefloor focused, its all about the breakdown where everything becomes a tornado of sound until the storm breaks and a pounding kick drum emerges. Young Hearts is stripped back with fast flowing high hats and monstrous synths that bellow like air raid sirens. Adding to the menace are sculpted sounds which weave round the vigorous rhythms of the mechanical percussion that houses the tracks array of sonic components.

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