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Nina Kraviz is a DJ and producer who grew up in Siberia and moved to Moscow. The beginning of her producing career began back in 2008 and her first release was “Voices”, which came out on Underground Quality in 2009. It didn’t take a lot of time before her name was spread worldwide and the releases began to appear on several record labels (Naïf, BPitch Control, Rekids).

Her first LP was released on Rekids in 2012 and has seen some very good reviews. It includes the famous track “Ghetto Kraviz“, which has received its fair share of chartings and is still being played out quite often.

An aspect which differentiates Nina Kraviz from several other DJs is her raw talent to blend various genres such as Techno, House, and Acid; delivering remarkable performances. Additionally, being able to sing, produce, and DJ, really make her stand out.

Jensen Interceptor is ex-member of Light Year‘s solo project. Recently, he released his first EP, “Interception“, on Motorik! The record label features numerous talented producers and is known for hosting some of the best techno parties in Australia.

Jensen Interceptor is also part of the four members who form Australia, an alias which has delivered an incredible acid EP on Twin Turbo.

To wrap things up on this short edition of WWWF, here is Jensen Interceptor‘s remix for Nickel (ex-member of Hey Today!):

WWWF will showcase an artist every Wednesday.

The idea is to put a face to the music and help broaden listeners’ minds to more than just the sound.

Jamie Roberts, better known as Blawan, is a Techno/UK Garage producer from the UK. He has released across a variety of labels, including: Hessle Audio, Black Sun Records, and Hinge Finger.

His reputation went up a notch when he got the chance to sign on R & S Records with his two EPs: “Bohla” and “What You Do With What You Have”.

Things only got better when he decided to start his own label, Works The Long Nights, with Pariah. This is also where Karenn was born, a collaboration between the two founders.

There is only good ahead of Jamie, a new live show with Pariah, tracks getting charted by several artists, and massive hype generated across the Techno community.

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