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Mixed Feelings | Westfa

Updated: Jun 20, 2022

A special guest-mix series where DJs are invited to create a soundtrack for tomorrow's days. Next up: Berlin-based DJ Westfa.

Every Mixed Feelings podcast is accompanied by a few questions that provide a little insight into the DJ and the mix they've prepared for us and for you.

Which feelings do we find bottled in this mix?

Freedom, diversity and energy.

What message does the music you play convey?

A mix of cultures. Music that triggers the soul.

How is the mix reflecting your current music taste?

I listen to a lot of different genres. Mostly Black artists. My current music taste would be explained as energetic soul.

Who should release a new album/EP already?

Daidu (!!!!!)

What's magical about music?

It's such a beautiful way to communicate. Music is something that is deeply rooted in my heritage. The older I get, the better I learn to understand my roots.

What is your main source for finding new music?

Streaming services, Bandcamp, Social Media.

If the mix would be a soundtrack, what (kind of) movie/video/audio-visual content would support it best?

A movie about a young mix raised teenager exploring his roots.

Inspire people who inspire others <3



  1. Sandra Serrado - Odo Aya

  2. Fat Freddy's Drop - Mother Mother (Theo Parrish - Translation)

  3. Kyle hall - Pieces To Share

  4. Chaos in the CBD - Background Explorer

  5. TPO - Hiroshi's Dub (Joe Claussell Bonus Groove)

  6. Lady Blackbird - Blackbird (Foremost Poets Remix)

  7. Mark De Clive-Lowe, Patrick Gibin & Tommaso Cappellato - Apollo 3000

  8. Trinidadian Deep aka Native Blush - Native Erotic Basement

  9. Tammy Lakkis - Shark Island

  10. Bugge Wesseltoft - A Conception Of Jazz

  11. Omar S - Track 8

  12. Dreamscape - Born

  13. La Rouge - Yu Tranga


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