Spotlight Mix: Jamaica Suk
We love new at Data Transmission. We love fresh. We love exciting. So when somebody ticks all three of those boxes we don’t waste any further time in making sure we nab them for content before the rest of the world comes knocking and that’s why we’re launching a new mix series with the sole aim of uncovering tomorrow’s biggest stars today.
The first artist to step into the DT spotlight is Berlin based Californian Jamaica Suk who we think you’ll agree has kicked of the new series in quite some style. Already respected among her peers in the industry as a talented solo producer with releases of a number of cool underground labels and a release coming out on Tim Xavier’s newest imprint Face To Face Recordings imminently we thought it was about time you got to know her too.With roots in Jazz and rock she quickly won us over as fans with her unique brand of impressionistic techno that pushes boundaries whilst showing respect for the ideals of the genres founding fathers. Put simply she’s destined for big things. Remember where you read about her first.
1. Myke Derill – Between 2. Acronym – 16 Cygni3. Adriana Lopez – Sequel4. Technoyzer – Utopia5. Dax J – La Haine6. Rodhad – Thoughtcrime7. Deepbass – Sequence 28. Unbalance – Voice Dub9. Leiras – Begining of Visions10. Perc – Tri-City11. Dusty Kid – UFA (Electric Rescue Mix)12. Radial – Asiel13. Marcel Dettmann – Apron (PAS Tubed mix 2)14. Rodhad – Haumea (A [Phase] Satellite mix)15. Keith Carnal – False Assumption16. Trackman – Don’t Stop (Valmay Remix)17. Trevino – To the Core