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Slovakian based C:rcle is an emerging producer and DJ who is currently pushing through on Holland based drum & bass label Korsakov. Her sound has been described as fresh, dynamic and it takes on the neurofunk and dancefloor sub genres which have made her sets at the likes of Korsakov’s mammoth nights within Rotterdam notorious. The fact that she grew up in a classically trained household can be heard through her music, especially across her brand new single out now on Korsakov ‘Oscillate’ ft. Gid Sedgwick

Whether it’s dubstep, bass house or techno alongside drum & bass, her influences shine through her sounds. And to celebrate its release, we’ve asked C:rcle to tell us the top five artists and tracks she’s been playing out this month, which you can check out below. Be sure to grab a copy of ‘Oscillate’ ft. Gid Sedgwick here too. 

Martin Garrix & Zedd – Follow

Music is like a form of prayer to me. I always think about the lyrics, what it means and what the author wanted to say with the song.

Every time I listen to the song “Follow” I’m reminded of the phrase, “You’re exactly where you’re supposed to be”.

CaitC – Feel ft. Christina Harrison

I’ve probably listened to CaitC’s “Feel” a million times.

Atmospheric vocals and a sultry lead that takes you to that moment when you’re standing under the stage at a festival and you feel the summer night coming on, those are the moments I live for.

A.way – Energy

A.way is a Slovak producer and his sound and talent has no boundaries. He deserves huge hype and attention. Track “Energy” is not only something I like to listen to, but also to mix in my sets.

Dimension – Organ 

Dimension is my favourite producer, no doubt about it. It’s not just his music, but the overall package and aesthetic he brought to the DnB scene. I put the track “Organ” on almost every day and it always gives me chills.

Eric Prydz – Breathe ft. Rob Swire

I love male vocals, especially Rob Swire’s voice. Reminds me of my early explorations of electronic music and its diversity. I had the privilege of hearing him live and I will keep that memory forever.