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 thousands of events as the creative director and booker of Q Nightclub, Baltic Room, Trashed, LOST, and Upper Left. Whether it's in small intimate nightclubs or at the largest venues and events in the Northwest, he's constantly pushing to champion and promote cutting-edge dancefloor sounds, seven days a week. His exclusive guest DJ mix for Midnight in a Perfect World is a top-shelf journey through exquisite contemporary underground tech-house cuts, spotlighted by his sharp ear for moving and engaging track selections, as well as his seamless mixing talents.
|Midnight in a Perfect World||Intro|
|Todd Terje||Jungelknugen (Four Tet Remix)|
|Trentemøller||Always Something Better (DJ Tennis & Mind Against Remix)|
|Joachim Pastor||Oulan Bator|
|Dominik Eulberg||Sansula (Max Cooper's Lost In Sound Mix)|
|Hundreds||Aftermath (Robags Berchem Duff NB)|
|Sacha Robotti||Melato Nina|
|Tom Demac||Sink or Swim|
|Butch & C. Vogt||Bliss|
|Riva Starr & Dennis Cruz||A Jem Be|
|Marquis Hawkes||The Phoenix Part 1|
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.
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