Bubblewrappe Carries Us Into 2020 with This House-Fueled Winter Mix

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As the final moments of 2019 approach ever closer on the horizon, rising house artist Bubblewrappe is keeping us grooving the entire time!


If you’re in need of some quality house grooves to add to your soundtrack for the final days of the decade then Bubblewrappe has you covered! Originally hailing from the Midwest but now residing in sunny Southern California, she has been making crowds move for years with her infectious house grooves, highly curated sets, and tastemaking abilities as well.

When she isn’t taking the stage as a DJ or in the studio producing beats, Bubblewrappe is hunting for the next wave of talented artists with her label 3rdVirtue Records. On a mission to provide a home for any artist who is passionate about the scene regardless of race, gender, orientation, or age, she’s truly dedicated to the PLUR mantra that the dance music scene is all about.

This year has seen Bubblewrappe deliver tracks like “Disco Ball” with Jeff The Jacker (JTJ) and a solo release dubbed “Tramp” on her own imprint, as well as performances at Tech Me 2 Da Beach, Academy, and Exchange LA as well. Now, she’s carrying us into the new year with some extra momentum by spinning a mix that you simply can’t miss.

Check out this exclusive house mix from Bubblewrappe on SoundCloud below and if you’re in Los Angeles on New Year’s Eve make sure to catch her at Champagne Disko!


Stream EDMID Winter Waveforms 2020 || Bubblewrappe on SoundCloud:


“This is my pre-NYE mix as I get ready to play Champagne Disko NYE here in Los Angeles. I’m opening for DJ Sneak, Alexander Technique, and KAMEO. The first track is my collab with Jeff the Jacker, “Disco Ball,” which is out now on Exploited Records’ Exploited Ghetto Trax Vol 5. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did making it!”

– Bubblewrappe


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