Lisbona Sisters
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Ahead of their upcoming set at Holy Ship! Wrecked 2020, the Lisbona Sisters have taken the reins of the mixtape series to heat things up.


Are you on the hunt for some beats that will make your booty shake and feet shuffle right away? Then your search is over because the Lisbona Sisters are here to give us all the dose that we’ve been in desperate need of. Always pushing the boundaries of their stylings behind the decks, Laura and Ava Lisbona (yes, they’re actually sisters!) have been keeping dancefloors grooving everywhere from Dirtybird Campout and Burning Man to Sound Nightclub and Academy.

Now, ahead of their upcoming performance at Holy Ship! Wrecked during the early days of the new year, the West Coast-based duo has spun a mix that will keep you warm until you hit the sandy beaches. Featuring tracks like their infectious edit of “Poison” that saw them team up with Justin Jay along with some unreleased material including “The Roosevelt” that’s due out on Fantastic Voyage, there’s plenty of tasty beats throughout.

Additionally, the sisters have also launched a new project called Less Clothes / More Impact that is intent on helping spark eco-consciousness to others through fun, engaging activities. Recently hosting a successful Bikini Beach Cleanup at Venice Beach earlier this season, they’ve also teamed up with the HARD Events crew to bring one to the Dominican Republic as well during Holy Ship! Wrecked, so stay tuned for more details!

Be sure to give their mix a listen and catch this duo during Holy Ship! Wrecked in January. Packages are still available if you haven’t secured your spot yet, so head over to the Holy Ship website for more info!


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