Raised in Dublin and based in Holland, Ngoni Egan is a machine-wares producing DJ whose sound is up there with the very best of modern day standards. His sound is full of pace, bombastic and in-line with a historical Detroit lineage. With a smattering of music to be found across a clutch of Irish labels, it’s his ‘Re Teng’ opus for United Identities that signals the producer’s musical intentions and snappy flair for white hot, minimal and riffing electro.
With regular excursions into acid, breaks, punk and rap, she matches the grit and sleaze with plenty of bump and grind, for a full body dancefloor workout. And she often pays tribute to her heritage by teasing in sounds from the burgeoning scenes right across Vietnam.
Born in Utrecht, with time spent studying architecture and urban design in Delft and Berlin before landing in Rotterdam, she’s picked up ideas and inspirations from every city she’s called home. Locked down in lockdown with only some battered CDJs and a turntable to keep her company, she got to work developing her laser-focused skills behind the decks.
Emerging from the lab once restrictions were lifted with a terminator-like tenacity, there’s nothing now that can get in her way. As resilient as a T-1000, and armed to the teeth with sci-fi sounds more advanced than anything Skynet could ever produce, she’s one to keep on your radar.
Rotterdam local Stevie – Lover of good music, dogs and 240 gr paper. Resident DJ at Operator Radio & Weelde. Playing high energy tunes alternating with the deep and low.
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