Influential British trio and longtime KEXP favorites Saint Etienne released a wonderful cover of Neil Young's song "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" as their breakout debut single nearly 30 years ago, and they're still going strong today. With each new release, they continue to find ways to tweak and perfect their sophisticated blend of contemporary dance-pop with psych-pop, glam-rock, and disco nostalgia. Earlier this year they released their 9th studio album, Home Counties, to continued critical acclaim. Their exclusive guest DJ mix for Midnight in a Perfect World is a playful and groovy set that keeps things fun and kinetic throughout while breezing through some throwback gems, new remixes of old favorites, and a few contemporary dancefloor burners.
|Midnight in a Perfect World||Intro|
|Richard Rossa & Acid Hamam||Sun Moon Soul|
|John Forde||Stardance (Alkalino Rework)|
|Confidence Man||Bubblegum (Andrew Weatherall Mix)|
|Diana Ross||Boy U Turn Me (LNTG Edit)|
|Bourbon & Maxx||Mystery Man|
|The Trammps||Can We Come Together (Joey Negro Philly Dub Excursion)|
|Saint Etienne||Dive (Greg Wilson & Derek Kaye Remix)|
Midnight in a Perfect World, KEXP's weekly hour-long guest DJ show, airs Fridays at midnight. This multi-genre program features eclectic sets by a rotating cast of international and local DJ’s, each building upon a party vibe to kick off your weekend. Midnight in a perfect world is made possible with support from New Belgium Brewing.
Sean Majors is a local legend when it comes to Seattle nightlife and its electronic music community. Over his 20-year career, he's performed at close to 4,000 shows and shared stages with a long list of national and international top-tier artists. He's also played a massive role in throwing thous...
Sudan Archives is the alias of Cincinnati-bred, LA-based singer, songwriter, violinist, and producer Brittney Denise Parks. Recently releasing her self-titled debut EP this past summer on Stones Throw Records, her mesmerizing blend of Sudanese and West African influences with R&B and electron...