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NUDE066: Ana Lilia


Hailing from Mexico & now residing in maximum city Mumbai – Ana Lilia is like a breath of fresh air in the Indian House/Techno scene. With a touring calendar busier than DJs far more senior – Ana is taking the exponentially growing underground scene in India by a storm & continues to clock air miles rapidly.

Her sound is a perfect blend of bouncey dance floor oriented Tech House laced with tribal overtones & in-your-face, no nonsense Techno. Coupled that with an alluring stage presence & its a match made in Techno heaven.

In 2019, Ana played club shows at Sisyphos Berlin, Horst Vienna, Die Nacht Monchengladbach and has an extensive tour lined up for Summer 2020 with her debut at O-Der Klub – Vienna w/ Green Velvet, followed by her Festival debut at DGTL Amsterdam, D! club Lausanne alongside Paula Temple & Joyhauser, Die Rakete – Nuremberg w/ Wehbba and Ritter Butzke – Berlin w/ Format:B. Previously she has shared stage space with DJs such as Dubfire, Claptone, Amelie Lens, Nicole Moudaber, Lily Palmer, Deborah de Luca, Sidney Charles, and is also a resident DJ for Elrow.

Ana Lilia has made her mark across the festival circuit in India, having played for festivals such as Sunburn, Echoes of the Earth, Inscape , Sula Festival & Vh1 Supersonic to name a few.

Today, she joins the NUDE Techno podcast, with an hour of Techno. Listen to it below on SoundCloud & Mixcloud. If you are feeling this series, then please consider supporting it on Mixcloud Select.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
My latest favourite tunes plus some unreleased stuff of mine 🙂

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
My favourite track is Living tune because it’s the last one I made so it’s my latest obsession.

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?
DEFECTIVENESS. It’s not meant to be perfect. It has flaws, it’s wild, natural & free.

Tell us about your next EP?
I just released a track on Denso Records which is called Ropeless Bungee Jump part of a V.A. by Jim Neyra <3 It’s very catchy & people’s reactions give me goosebumps. I also have my THOR EP coming up on Coincidence Records. It’s two tracks (THOR & LF0) which are about power & vulnerability.  It releases in September & it’s a special one cause it’s my first EP ever so I’m very excited. (Thank you Didier for this) I also have 2 more EPs which I can’t say much about yet so stay tuned!

What have you got coming up?

The highlight would be that I have DGTL Amsterdam scheduled (if things get better). Last year I was gonna be part of it as well but it ended up as a Livestream. I had lots of club shows in Berlin, Switzerland, Spain & Italy, so I’m just waiting for the world to become a better place to get back to those plans.

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
And finally, thanks for listening & reading till this point. I hope I shook your guts a little bit & if I made you smile then you’ve won my heart. I love you, keep listening to music cause it’s the best healer & don’t trap love, set it free & make sure it reaches to every single one <3


La Fraicheur – Garbage
Ana Lilia – THOR
Clouds – AKW Stränge
Ana Lilia – Lf0
Endlec – Cutting Headz
Dahryl -Info Dope Low (Original Mix)
Marc Acardipane – Bel-E-Ve (Original Version)
Alex Bilancini – Fabrizio De Santis – Anxiety Problem (Alex Bilancini Remix)
Blrog – Computerised Genocide
Ana Lilia – ID
Makornik – A Prophet is Born
Ana Lilia – ID
Charlie Sparks – Divine Spirit (Original Mix)
Ana Lilia – ID
RVRSRVR – Impreza ’92 (Original Mix)
Marc Acardipane – Suburban Survival System (Original Version)
Scott McGuigan – Potent
Dave Black – Grandes Dionisiacas
GFX – Hardus
Neoma – Abduction (Original 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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