This one for Highsnobiety I thought more as a way to succinctly show my eclectism… Simply put this was an accurate screenshot of what I was playing at home for myself.

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Louise Chen

This one from last Summer. When I started DJing in clubs more seriously I decided to make a first mix in the middle of Summer. The heat must have inspired me and ever since then I try and make Summer mixes every year. Keeping those innocent feelings alive!

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DROOL is an audio-visual album created by Cara Stricker, Australian born multi- disciplinary artist in photography, direction and music, and John Kirby, LA Born keyboardist, producer and songwriter best known for his work as part of Sébastien Tellier, Blood Orange, Kindness and Rodriguez.

Terrible Records released the audio-visual Album internationally in June of 2015, through limited edition cassette tapes providing individualised access to the album scored film, coinciding with a video clip, live performances and instillations throughout New York.

The female embodiment of DROOL is performed by Cara Stricker (vocals, guitar, keys), and Madeline O’Moore (keys, electronica), Kate Levitt (Percussion). Various collaborating musicians are invited for live performances.

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DROOL mix by Cara Sticker

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END GIRL – DROOL
by Cara Stricker and John Kirby

DROOL is an audio-visual album created by Cara Stricker, Australian born multi- disciplinary artist in photography, direction and music, and John Kirby, LA Born keyboardist, producer and songwriter best known for his work as part of Sébastien Tellier, Blood Orange, Kindness and Rodriguez.
Terrible Records released the audio-visual Album internationally in June of 2015, through limited edition cassette tapes providing individualised access to the album scored film, coinciding with a video clip, live performances and instillations throughout New York.

The female embodiment of DROOL is performed by Cara Stricker (vocals, guitar, keys), and Madeline O’Moore (keys, electronica), Kate Levitt (Percussion). Various collaborating musicians are invited for live performances.

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DROOL is an audio-visual album created by Cara Stricker, Australian born multi- disciplinary artist in photography, direction and music, and John Kirby, LA Born keyboardist, producer and songwriter best known for his work as part of Sébastien Tellier, Blood Orange, Kindness and Rodriguez.

Terrible Records released the audio-visual Album internationally in June of 2015, through limited edition cassette tapes providing individualised access to the album scored film, coinciding with a video clip, live performances and instillations throughout New York.

The female embodiment of DROOL is performed by Cara Stricker (vocals, guitar, keys), and Madeline O’Moore (keys, electronica), Kate Levitt (Percussion). Various collaborating musicians are invited for live performances.

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DROOL is an audio-visual album created by Cara Stricker, Australian born multi- disciplinary artist in photography, direction and music, and John Kirby, LA Born keyboardist, producer and songwriter best known for his work as part of Sébastien Tellier, Blood Orange, Kindness and Rodriguez.

Terrible Records released the audio-visual Album internationally in June of 2015, through limited edition cassette tapes providing individualised access to the album scored film, coinciding with a video clip, live performances and instillations throughout New York.

The female embodiment of DROOL is performed by Cara Stricker (vocals, guitar, keys), and Madeline O’Moore (keys, electronica), Kate Levitt (Percussion). Various collaborating musicians are invited for live performances.

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LOUISE CHEN

This one is brand new, it was recorded live at a Paris club called le Badaboum and transmitted live on french radio Nova (which is a big big deal). I was crazy nervous and the sound guy didn’t take me seriously, so the first track I played is actually missing from the recording because he fucked up my set up. You can even hear on one track I played that was a record, that he didn’t plug the MK2 in properly so you only hear the song on one side… This is all nerdy but basically I felt pressure and the conditions were tough but I am genuinely very happy and proud of this mix. It makes me want to dance and sing and smile – I can only hope it will make my friends and strangers want to do that too.

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