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Midnight in a Perfect World

KEXP's weekly guest DJ mix show is a multi-genre program featuring eclectic sets by a rotating cast of local, national, and international DJs and artists. Every late Sunday night at midnight, a guest DJ outside of KEXP's on-air talent will take you on an hour-long journey through their record collection to showcase their unique sonic vision of a Midnight In A Perfect World.
Check out the archives of previous exclusive mixes here, and check out the upcoming schedule below:


photo by Deneka Peniston



April 4th: Dezron Douglas & Brandee Younger

Dezron Douglas and Brandee Younger are both well-established players in the expansive jazz community. Both based in Harlem, Dezron is a bassist who has played with legends such as Pharoah Sanders and Ravi Coltrane, and Brandee is a harpist who has played alongside Stevie Wonder, The Roots, Lauryn Hill, Moses Sumney, and many more. Late last year they joined forces to release their debut collaborative Force Majeure on International Anthem Records, a breakout record featuring original music and covers of songs by Kate Bush, John Coltrane, Jackson 5, and more. The album was pieced together from live-streamed performances the duo held in their apartment's living room during the COVID-19 lockdown, helping bring their beautiful astral jazz music to a larger audience in need of healing sounds. 

photo by Alice Moitie


April 11th: Myd

Myd is a Paris-based musician, DJ, and electronic producer who has been a steady presence on the underground electronic music scene for over a decade, both as a solo artist as well as a member of the supergroup Club Cheval. His sharp mix of cutting-edge electronic rhythms with a quirky pop slant, global influences, and his constant cheeky sense of humor originally found a home on premier French labels Marble Records and Bromance Records, and he's since joined the influential Ed Banger roster, signing with the groundbreaking Parisian label in 2017. After a long run of EPs and singles, Myd will be releasing his debut full-length album Born A Loser on April 30th.

photo by Leroi Conroy


April 18th: Delvon Lamarr

Seattle's Delvon Lamarr is the founder and ringleader behind the beloved local outfit Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio. Sometimes referred to as DLO3, the band's infectious feel-good music brilliantly fuses soul, jazz, New Orleans funk, and timeless grooves in charismatic fashion. Renowned for their fiery live performances and imaginative takes on classic tunes, Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio recently released their sophomore album I Told You So on Colemine Records this past January.

photo by Ken Street


April 25th: Meemo Comma

Meemo Comma is the solo alias of Lara Rix-Martin, a Brighton, UK-based electronic musician who runs the Objects Limited label and is also one-half of the duo Heretic alongside her partner Mike Paradinas aka μ-Ziq. As Meemo Comma, Lara creates adventurous genre-blurring music, often through a unique conceptual lens. Her brand new third album Neon Genesis: Soul Into Matter² takes inspiration from Jewish mysticism and classic Japanese anime to explore a cinematic sci-fi-tinted electronic landscape that touches upon techno, breaks, IDM, synth-pop, footwork, and ambient styles.

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