ANNA releases Global Underground mix compilation: Listen

ANNA releases Global Underground mix compilation: Listen

ANNA has released her entry into the Global Underground mix compilation series.

Aiming to encapsulate the chic nightlife of her current home base of Lisbon, the Brazilian-born DJ’s mix is the 46th instalment in the series and follows Danny Tenaglia’s 2023 mix themed around Brooklyn.

ANNA’s set, which is split into two parts, takes in tracks by the likes of BICEP, Daniel Avery, TSHA, Mind Against, George FitzGerald, Bonobo & Jacques Greene, and ANNA herself, among others.

Speaking about the mix, the DJ said: “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.”

You can listen to the full mix below.

‘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

Related Posts

London’s RALLY festival adds Two Shell, Move D, DJ Fart In The Club, more to 2024 line-up

London’s RALLY festival adds Two Shell, Move D, DJ Fart In The Club, more to 2024 line-up

KAYTRANADA announces ‘Timeless’ North America tour with Channel Tres

KAYTRANADA announces ‘Timeless’ North America tour with Channel Tres

Sampha and Little Simz link up for new single, ‘Satellite Business 2.0’: Listen

Sampha and Little Simz link up for new single, ‘Satellite Business 2.0’: Listen

Overmono share new single, ‘Gem Lingo (ovr now)’

Overmono share new single, ‘Gem Lingo (ovr now)’