Nina Kraviz has shared 20 minutes of live video footage from her set at this year’s Awakenings festival in the Netherlands.
Kraviz played the Area Y tent at the renowned Dutch festival on Saturday 30th June, alongside DJ Rush — who also played Kraviz’s OFFSónar party in Barcelona last month (June) — Rødhåd and Ben Klock.
Nina Kraviz has opened up about how she feels techno is “underestimated” as a genre in a new interview.
The Siberian superstar has established herself as a pivotal figure for music that exists on the boundaries of techno through her трип imprint since it launched in 2014.
Nina Kraviz has released a trio of remixes of the title track from Franz Ferdinand’s fifth album, ‘Always Ascending’, released earlier this year on Domino.
A house remix from the Russian-born producer reworks the track into a dark, driving production with shimmering, haunted vocals. The remix can be listened to below.
Two additional mixes, the ‘Nina Kraviz Techno mix’ and the ‘Nina Kraviz Late Night Remix’, will be released alongside the house mix, all today (13th July).
Cassius and Prins Thomas also released remixes of the Scottish indie band’s track.
Amsterdam Dance Event has announced its first wave of confirmed artists with Jeff Mills and Nina Kraviz leading the eclectic line-up.
Nina Kraviz’s epic трип showcase stole the show at Sónar last weekend (Friday 15th June), with the party hosting DJ Rush, Bjarki, Steve O'Sullivan, Deniro, Shadowax and more at El Monasterio of El Poble Espanyol.
The трип showcase took place at Barcelona’s open-air museum, where nine OFFSónar parties ran between 14th and 17th June in tandem with Sónar festival’s 25th edition.
Nina Kraviz has announced the 20th release on her трип label, titled 'Don't Mess With Cupid', will be released on 20th July.
The ten-track compilation features music from Kraviz herself, as well as the first AFX material under his Universal Indicator alias in 20 years, and music from Biogen, PTU, DEKA, Nikita Zabelin, Exos, Bjarki, Pilldriver, Shadowax and Roma Zuckerman.
Nina Kraviz and Anastasia Kristensen have contributed remixes to a new Special Request EP.
'Through The Looking Glass' drops on 27th July on Houndstooth and sees Kraviz remix ‘Curtain Twitcher’ twice and Kristensen providing a stellar rework of 'Tiresias' — both originally lifted from Special Request’s 2017 album ‘Belief System’.
‘Looking Glass’ is a new track from Paul Woolford's Special Request alias.
Listen to one of Kraviz's remixes of 'Curtain Twitcher' below.