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Nicole Moudaber releases Mood50: The Best of Mood


Nicole Moudaber is celebrating 50 releases on her label Mood Records with a new compilation album, Mood50: The Best of Mood.

The 17 track compilation mixed and compiled by Nicole herself and features tracks from Nicole Moudaber as well as Pan-Pot, Scuba, Victor Calderone, Gregor Tresher, Lee Van Dowski and her collaboration with Carl Cox.  With all the releases on the label, she’s able to test the unreleased music on the road on dancefloors around the world and on her weekly global radio show, In The MOOD broadcasted globally to 20 million fans in over 50 countries.

She says “I can’t believe it’s been nearly 5 years since we first launched MOOD Records” Nicole shares. “It’s been a labor of love and looking back at our 50 releases I feel an immense amount of pride and joy that all the releases can stand the test of time. It’s a great platform and creative outlet for me — if the music is good, then it needs to be heard. If I’m playing it during my sets or on my radio show, then I would release it. I’m excited to share what we have in store from both industry veterans and undiscovered new talent making an impact on the dancefloor where it counts.”

Mood 50: Best Of Mood is out now and you can hear it below…

1. Nicole Moudaber – Her Dub Material
2. Carl Cox & Nicole Moudaber – See You Next Tuesday (Deep Mood)
3. Alavaro Am – Salvation
4. Kasbah Zoo & OniWax – New Era
5. Lee Van Dowski – D4d5
6. Lower & OSp – Universe Gate
7. Bleak House – Telescopic Philantropy
8. Gregor Tresher & Petar Dundov – Silo
9. Nicole Moudaber & Skin – Organic Love (Scuba Remix)
10. Pan-Pot – Lose Some
11. Victor Calderone – The Difference
12. Sly Faux – Incandescence – Sly Faux’s Cyclo Mix
13. Edone – Dark Passenger
14. Andres Campos – Blind Call (Pig&Dan Remix)
15. Bastian Bux – Protest
16. Joel Mull – Terraplane
17. Nicole Moudaber Vs Skunk Anansie – Love Someone Else
18. Mood50: Best Of Mood, Mixed & Compiled By Nicole Moudaber (Continuous Mix)

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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