ANNA announces Global Underground mix compilation, shares single: Listen

ANNA announces Global Underground mix compilation, shares single: Listen

ANNA has been enlisted to mix the 46th instalment of the Global Underground compilation series.

Out in June, the two-disc mix features 38 tracks in total, and is themed around the city of Lisbon, which is where the Brazilian DJ and producer put the mix together.

The mix features tracks by the likes of Jacques Greene, Nosaj Thing, TSHA, Mind Against, Fatima Yamaha, Bicep and Daniel Avery, among many others. It also takes in a number of cuts by ANNA herself, including new production ‘Kalimba Dreams’, which you can listen to below.

Speaking about ‘GU46’, ANNA said in a statement: “I chose music that makes me feel the way that Lisbon makes me feel, and selected the full spectrum of my music taste, including ambient, house and techno. So, there’s this sense of aliveness, of uplifting energy that reflects the diversity of the city.

“Few places make me feel as stimulated, inspired and fulfilled as Lisbon. It’s a city where I feel totally at home and at peace. CD1 represents the soft, groovy, mellow, ambient side. CD2 explores the more energetic, club music I’m known for. On ‘GU46: Lisbon’, I’ve also included music that I don’t usually play at my shows; music that has a huge impact on uplifting my mood and raising my frequency.”

The mix will be released across digital and streaming platforms, as well as in a 2xCD set. There will also be a 3×12″ vinyl release featuring select tracks from the mix. You can find a breakdown of the various formats here.

‘GU46: Lisbon’ arrives off the back of ANNA’s 2023 album ‘Intentions’.

You can read DJ Mag North America’s 2019 interview with ANNA here

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