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NADSAT releases new compilation showcasing a new generation of BIPOC Parisian artists

Artists like Crystallmess, Nyoko Bokbae, ascendant vierge and aamourocean all feature

  • Jemima Skala
  • 6 March 2021
NADSAT releases new compilation showcasing a new generation of BIPOC Parisian artists

Because Music has this week released NADSAT, a new compilation15-track compilation spotlighting BIPOC LGBTQIA+ musicians from Paris.

The compilation features tracks from Crystallmess, Nyoko Bokbae, ascendant vierge and aamourocean.

Intended to reflect the great diversity of identities and musical styles that compose Paris’ vibrant and bustling queer music scene, the compilation ranges from hard psytrance to infused house to hip hop and then over to hard techno.

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NADSAT takes its name from the fabricated slang used by the teenage gangs of Anthony Burgess’ ‘A Clockwork Orange’. The Parisian collective champions the new generation of young musical tastemakers, most of them barely out of their adolescence, with the aim of raising them to the heights of Paris’ musical history.

Watch the video for 'PLUR' by Maud Geffray & Krampf below and check out the full list of contributors below. The compilation is available to listen to here.



Tracklist

  1. Maud Geffray & Krampf - ‘PLUR’
  2. Bamao Yendé & Le Diouck - ‘Okocha’
  3. ascendant vierge - ‘Discoteca’
  4. Evil Grimace - ‘Délinquance’ feat. Sefyu
  5. aamourocean - ‘Ecchi’
  6. Fatal Walima - ‘Interscope’
  7. anyoneID - ‘Oya Faya’
  8. Kabylie Minogue - ‘Gazouz Blanche’
  9. Sentimental Rave - ‘Pain’
  10. Von Bikrav & Sidi Sid - ‘Bulles D’Air’
  11. Voiron - ‘Voiron 19’
  12. Nyoko Bokbae - ‘Amoublem’
  13. Paul Seul - ‘Circa 2020’
  14. Crystallmess - ‘Issa Revenge’
  15. DJ Varsovie - ‘Elle Venait De St-Nazaire’

Jemima Skala is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor. Follow her on Twitter

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