Cover Mixes


14 November 2013
  • Music
  • Cover Mixes

Every month we upload the cover CD given away exclusively on the front of Mixmag. Here's the November 2013 mix from Nina Kraviz. Stream it below

This month’s mix is a superb showcase of all things Kraviz. Aside from one brilliant remix of Nina’s production favourite Parris Mitchell, all the tunes on the mix are all new, classic or unreleased Nina Kraviz cuts from Rekids and beyond. With a style and substance that is uniquely her own, it features a cool electronic/vocal intro from the lady herself followed by wall-to-wall house and techno jams that sum up the depth, talent and impeccable taste of one of dance music’s most exciting talents.

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Nina Kraviz talks you through her unique Mixmag mix

1. Nina Kraviz ‘Intro’

2. Nina Kraviz & Luke Hess
“This is my collaboration with Luke Hess. While I was in Detroit, we hooked up for a studio session and played with synths and machines in Luke’s studio. The track is special also because I got Luke to speak on the mic. He’s got a great voice!”

3. Nina Kraviz
“I made this song with one of my favorite synths, the Yamaha SK-20. It’s about a girl, Tanya, who’s head-over-heels in love with the wrong boy. A player, liar and you know, wrong boy. Signed by Matt Radio Slave.”

4. Nina Kraviz ‘Hotter Than July’
“One of my first tracks, made in Moscow back in 2009. When Phillip (Efdemin) was in Moscow he came to my studio, I played him the track and he signed it immediately.”

5. Nina Kraviz ‘Gong’
“This is one of my early works inspired by the 70s band Gong. Made in my Moscow studio in 2009. Unreleased.”

6. Parris Mitchell
‘The Track Stars’ (Nina Kraviz Psycho Mix)
“My Psycho remix for Dance Mania’s P Mitchell. Made in Berlin with a newly bought old synth called the Korg Liyamda.”

7. Nina Kraviz
“This is one of my early techno tracks. Produced in Moscow with a Moog.”

8. Nina Kraviz feat Raphael M
“One of my first tracks on Underground Quality, from the ‘First Time’ EP. Produced in Moscow. Some vocals are mine; some are by Ray from Underground Resistance. Recorded when Los Hermanos performed in Moscow and signed by Edward McKeithen, aka DJ Jus Ed.”

9 Nina Kraviz
‘Disco D’
“One of my early tracks, inspired by my underground disco record collection.”

10. Nina Kraviz
‘Mister Jones’
“One of my very, very first tracks from my very, very beginning. Produced in Moscow and based on my own vocal loops. About Mister Jones who is always brave and honest.”

11. Nina Kraviz
‘So Wrong’
“Another one of my very early productions made in my Moscow studio.”




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