2017-04-13T12:38:11-04:00 2017-04-13T12:38:11-04:00

NatNoiz's style shines through in new hour-long exclusive mix

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Plain and simple, Australia is leading the future of house music. While the US saw its day, remaining infatuated with music that's dance in name, but pop in nature, Australian artists have been keeping innovation in the scene alive. The artists who are currently the face of this charge seem almost unnecessary to mention - Flume, Alison Wonderland, Chet FakerAnna Lunoe - but their importance is not. The talent just keeps coming, too, with our feature artist today being one of many who shows incredible promise in her future.

Sydney's NatNoiz's story is one that is most-lovable by those who might be jaded by the dance music industry. She started local, taking on the familiar club scene in her city, and as the talented do, captured the attention of the local community and promoters. From there, she's taken her energetic, jackin' and bass house-loving personality to creating her own music - successfully. Her biggest hit so far varies from outlet to outlet, but her 2016 releases "Get Enough" and "Straight to the Brain" both hover at the top. Her latest, "Bumper," was released via Unknown Records in February, and presented a darker side to her music at points, infusing alluring futuristic bass music moments into its house foundation. All in all, NatNoiz's personality is nearly impossible not to feel through these records, and that's what feels like the biggest sign of her talent.

Today, she's joined us for a special guest mix, where we see the full picture of Natnoiz's personality shine through in just under an hour of music.

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Bass · Dance · Exclusive · G-house · House · Main Stage


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