Jasmine Azarian: Selected Cuts
Ahead of her debut set at Egg London this Saturday, Jasmine has put together five tracks that give us an insight into her diverse taste in music
Jasmine Azarian is a name which has cropped up in a plethora of international events this year, from Berlin’s infamous 70001 Festival to Barcelona’s Moog club. Having shared her billings with the likes of Helena Hauff, Sunil Sharpe, Randomer and many more, she joins 999999999 and DeFeKT here at the club on Saturday 20th April. As founder of the hard techno label, webzine and event series MOTZ, the Irish producer and selector remains a multi-talented artist who is certainly one to watch this year and ahead of her Egg debut, Jasmine shares five selected cuts to give us an insight into her diverse taste in music…
Jasmine Azarian - Selected Cuts
The Prodigy - Funky Shit
'Oh my that's the funky shit' best opening of a track, was one of the first albums that got me into electronic music. Really good memories with this album.
Software - Island-Sunrise (1988)
I used to listen to this track while doing Uni work because it's really chill and uplifting and heard someone play it at party in Berlin. Felt super nostalgic.
Com Truise - I Dream (For You)
I used to listen to this track a lot of couple of years back, it’s kind of melancholic and dreamy.
Dopplereffekt - Gesamtkunstwerk (1999)
Electro belter, I listen to this when I'm getting ready. It has a really good energy.
Goodbye Horses - Q Lazzarus
Goodbye horses is not just a track, it's a way of life.