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Marie Nyx joins the Spotlight Mix


Earlier this year, LA-based techno producer Marie Nyx and her partner Maude Vôs launched Delusional Records as a vessel for promoting experimentation, visibility and inclusivity. 

As one of the premier DJs in Los Angeles, Marie Nyx has an unmatched ability to adapt to the wants and needs of any dance floor without sacrificing her infectious, apparitional style. Pre-quarantine Marie was mesmerizing hearts and minds at notable bookings such as the Mixmag Lab LA, Clinic Wednesdays, Minimal Effort, and a few of LA’s longest-running undergrounds.

Over quarantine Marie proliferated her esoteric sonic identity to an even larger audience, enchanting the airwaves of Twitch through mainstay channels like Abracadabra, Sian’s Octopus Recordings, and Desert Hearts TV where she played for upwards of 15,000 viewers at a time and hosted her dastardly and mystifying affair, Nyx at Nite on several occasions.

Now the world is returning from the darkness, and Marie’s drive to contribute and create continues to germinate as she co-helms her own hypnotic imprint, Delusional Records, with fellow experimental producer and DJ, Maude Vôs. 

Most recently, Nyx dropped her debut Elysium EP via her co-founded imprint, and the three-track package quickly skyrocketed to #1 on Beatport’s Top 100 Techno chart

She joins the Spotlight mix today, check it out here and download it here.


  1. Grit- Whodat
  2. Out of the Shadows (Maude Vôs & whoistheMETRO’s Into the Light Remix)- Marie Nyx
  3. Farewell to the Snare- Mor Elian
  4. Black Water- Rudolf C
  5. Late Night (Enzo Siragusa Remix)- Satoshi Tomiie
  6. When You Leave (The Mole Remix)- Frank Haag
  7. Changes- House of Drummond
  8. Badmanthing- Black Loops
  9. Up for Air (Kana Hishiya Remix)- Marie Nyx
  10. Evil Side of Love- Maude Vôs feat. Radioactive Dyke
  11. Datura- Alexis Cabrera
  12. Detroit Swinger- Matthias
  13. Tresor- Lauren Lo Sung
  14. Occult Reveries- Marie Nyx
  15. Lost in Synth- rRoxymore
  16. Pinwheel- Shinra
Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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