Léa Ben Saïd’s Making Waves is back with a contribution from London-based italo disco queen Rachael. She dug deep into her collection for this one, managing to create a unique atmosphere similar to her Il Telefono parties in London, seducing music lovers across the board.
As so many talented DJs still lay quiet under the surface, Léa Ben Saïd’s Making Waves is back with an eclectic mix by Katiusha. Her selection of faster electro and techno tracks especially for this mix, while she effortlessly moves between genres and bpms, makes it a must-hear.
Making Waves is back for its fourth instalment, courtesy of Cosmic. The Bournemouth-based DJ is pushing for a specific sound in the city, mainly made of drum and bass, footwork, and a load of 140 stuff. He chats to us about his debuts, his collective lo-key, and his city.
As he progresses through his journey, defying labels and being as creative as ever, The Waveform Transmitter’s Léa Ben Saïd spoke with Jan Schulte about his live project as Bufiman, his love for drums, and the creativity emanating from Germany.
For the third episode of the Making Waves mix series, The Waveform Transmitter’s Léa Ben Saïd presents DJ On Air. Expect a journey through Milly’s collection; a testimony to her roots and her influences.
For one of the last events of the season, The Waveform Transmitter’s Léa Ben Saïd is heading back to Fort Punta Christo for the sixth edition of Dimensions. With a line up stronger than ever and one of the most magical locations, the event promises to be the best yet.
The Waveform Transmitter’s Léa Ben Saïd caught up with Camella Lobo from Tropic of Cancer before their gig at Nuits Sonores. As Camella explains this was the last leg of their current tour, she spoke about her evolution as Tropic of Cancer, club culture, and love.