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DT684 – Juliet Sikora


Known for energy-driven productions on the likes of Relief, Material, Flashmob  Rec. and her own Kittball imprint, Juliet Sikora‘s work within the studio and almost two decades behind the decks hasn’t gone unnoticed by those within the house scene.

The last two years have marked a significant period in Juliet’s career, with her revered groove-infused-house sets landing her appearances in all corners of the globe including the USA, South Africa, Croatia, Dubai and countless shows across Germany. 2018 releases such as ‘What Did I Tell Ya’ on Green Velvet’s  Relief imprint reached #1 in Beatport’s Tech House chart and remained in the top  100 for the next for five months, with 2019 release ‘Beat Dancer’ on Flashmob  Records holding a top spot for 12 weeks. Plus, Sikora was commissioned to remix Claptone and Blaenavon’s track ‘Alone’, seeing the German artist ranking high in the charts once again.  

2019 proved to be one of Sikora’s busiest years yet, with further releases throughout the year including a collaboration with Flo Mrzdk, a remix for Marc Werner on Kittball, as well as the release of the third volume of Juliet and Tube &  Berger’s charity project ‘It Began In Africa’, including mixes from Dario D’Attis,  Flashmob, Josh Butler, Mat.Joe, Magdalena, and many more. 

As we enter a new decade, both Juliet and Kittball look set to continue to prosper with a show calendar including appearances at some of the worlds biggest clubs and festivals, with an annual Kittball showcase during Sonar’s Off Week in Barcelona.

Today, she returns to the podcast for the second time, listen to it below, on Spotify or iTunes here

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
Me, Groove, to the Dancefloor, House, Bang On, TechHouse 

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
Kalamita, Matt Fontaine – Its Nothing

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?
It’s all about the groove 

What’s the best gig you’ve played recently?
Tanzhause West in Frankfurt in Germany, the crowd was on fire.

What have you got coming up?
I finished my first sample pack which will be released on Insert Coin Rec., I signed a new EP with Flashmob Rec., new tracks are also scheduled with Kittball for the next couple of months. 

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Don’t believe the Coronavirus hype. 

1. Banda Sonora, G-Club – Pressure Cooker 
2. Chris Main – Lia 
3. Baggi, Boris Ross – What You Do
4. RSquared – Movement 
5. Noizy Devil – Not All Loving 
6. Piem, Mauro Venti – Hot Club
7. Tobi Kramer – Wifey´s Getting Feisty
8. Mr. V, Supernova – Its time 
9. Mikey V, Riva Starr – The Yeah Yeah Dub
10. Patrick Topping – Turbo Time
11. Rene Amesz – When Tolerance Cries 
12. Tim Taylor – Old School
13. Mescal Kids, Someguy – The Power
14. Juliet Sikora – Keep on Fire
15. Kalamita, Matt Fontaine – Its Nothing 
16. Alex M (Italy), Mario Del Regno – Pop Com
17. Flo Mrzdk & Juliet Sikora – Fuck, Mary, Kill

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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