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Nausica joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Nausica’s passion for music and undeniable talent first emerged in 2010 when she ventured into the world of DJing. Since then, her career has skyrocketed, soaring to new heights year after year. Known for her distinctive and catchy sound, Nausica’s tracks are a perfect blend of hot, rhythmic beats that keep listeners hooked and wanting more.

As an Italian “NYMPH,” Nausica has conquered the charts with unwavering support from some of the biggest international DJs like Mark Knight, John Summit, George Privatti, and Axwell, to name just a few. Her tracks have found a home on renowned labels such as Material, Moon Harbour, Toolroom, Axtone, and many others, solidifying her position as an artist with immense talent and potential.

Notable clubs worldwide, including Ministry of Sound, Destino, Tantra, and many more, have hosted Nausica as a guest, proving her magnetic stage presence and captivating performances.

The success of Nausica’s previous releases on Beatport speaks volumes about her prominence in the industry. ‘Tomalo’ earned her the title of “The Shortlist March: Tech House Beatport” and “Best New Tech House: March Beatport,” further cementing her position as an artist to watch out for.

She joins us on the Spotlight mix today, check it out below and grab it here.


1) Ella Dice – Nausica – (Moon Harbour)
2) The Dance – Chango – (Baikonur)
3) Brazil – Luigii Nieto – (And Dance)
4) Tiempo – Mike Slvg, ALD4NA & Buxxta – (Klaphouse)
5) Jozi To The D – Melé, Lazarusman – (Club Bad)
6) Bonita – TWENTY SIX & Oxlay – (ADUNANZA)
7) Se Pone Loca – Nausica – (Toolroom Trax)
8) Tuareg – HÜGGØ – (Baikonur)
9) Taka Taka – PARTIDA, D-Rivera – (Unknown – Promo)
10) Back to Hometown – Knober – (Unknown – Promo)
11) Blue – Nausica – (Baikonur)
12) Never Gonna Make It – Mosquis – (And Dance)
13) Myself – Ricky Paes – (Klaphouse)
14) Shake the Room – RENZO – (LaPera)

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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