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Playlist: Nora En Pure

Get your ears around this.

South African-Swiss DJ and Deep House producer Nora En Pure has been at the forefront of the dance scene nearly a decade – releasing a steady flow of bangers that have graced the airwaves and dancefloors across the globe. 

A huge live draw, Nora has performed at some of the biggest festivals on the planet, including Tomorrowland and Ultra in Miami, and live streams of her performances have been viewed tens of millions of times.  

She’ll be spinning tunes in London on Saturday 19 October 2019, for the official launch of COGO at Printworks. 

Also on the bill is Gorgon City, Sonny Fodera, Chris Lake and loads more. 

Tickets are available now through Ticketweb.co.uk  

Ahead of the gig, we askes Nora to come up with a playlist of tracks, so fans can get a preview of what to expect from her set. Enjoy! 

Eelke Kleijn – Lost Souls (Nora En Pure Remix)

It’s the most recent release from myself, which I have been playing for nearly a year now. This one doesn’t always fit in every set, as it is very calm and so touching that it’s almost sad, but I have often closed with this track or played it in longer sets and people absolutely love its signature NEP sounds. 

Danny Howard feat. Eli & Fur – If You Were

This is a nice groovy track that always goes off! The teasing vocal chops are also just perfect to get the crowd hooked to this track. One of my current favourites to play as the energy is always high!

Passenger 10 – Proteus

Proteus is one hell of a distinctive track that really sticks out from the average electronic music. I played this all summer long and absolutely love the orchestra and choir parts. 

Nora En Pure – Birthright (Dosem Remix)

This is quite a club weapon. While I’m still really proud of the original mix of Birthright, the Dosem remix takes it into a clubby corner and makes the track perfect for any set. It’s always a highlight in my sets when people recognise the piano notes in the break and then build up all the energy ’till the driving drop.

Tinlicker – Lost

This is one of my absolute favourite tracks right now. It doesn’t always fit into my sets but when it does I’m so happy to play it. While it is somehow quite a sad track, it has such a bursting energy. I’m generally really enjoying Tinlicker’s new album!

Fans can catch Nora En Pure spinning tunes at Tobacco Dock, London on Saturday 19 October. 

Tickets are available now through Ticketweb.co.uk 

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