Farrah Spins a Stunning Mix for International Women’s Day


Hong Kong-based bass producer Farrah follows up a series of fantastic releases with a mix honoring International Women’s Day.

If you’ve been keeping up with the hottest artists in the bass music scene as of late then Farrah is a name you should be familiar with by now. With a seemingly ever-growing catalog of fiery releases fueled by a production prowess that can’t be tamed, this Hong Kong native is taking the bass scene by the reins and we’re thrilled to be along for the ride.

Farrah has taken over livestreams including Electric Hawk’s In Unity Festival and GRL GANG’s GRLFST, while consistently dropping impressive tracks on labels like Bassrush Records and collaborating with artists who complement her sound. Her production style ranges from wonky bass tunes to trap-heavy bangers with an experimental twist, such as on her latest single “TEMPLE” with SENZA. No matter what musical endeavor she’s pursuing, it’s guaranteed to impress – everything about Farrah screams star-studded.

Related: Farrah joined Face The Music podcast recently to discuss her career, musical inspirations, and what the scene is like in Hong Kong, check it out!

Now, to celebrate International Women’s Day, Farrah is back to deliver a phenomenal mix to vibe out to. Primarily featuring tracks from women, including herself, this mix is the perfect soundtrack to a day dedicated to celebrating and empowering female voices. So sit back, relax, and allow the sounds of the divine feminine to take over your soul – and, in the meantime, tell the women in your life you appreciate them.

As a woman in the industry, it has been a journey of finding like-minded artists. Eventually, I found other women who continually support my art and are involved in my daily life. As our community grows, I feel blessed to be part of a group of hard-working, talented, and unique women. With more talented creators and professionals popping up in the industry, it’s awesome to witness different types of music being celebrated.

During this period of time, more women in Hong Kong are diversifying their DJ skills into producing, so I have been able to relate and connect with my female friends on a different creative level. Witnessing and experiencing this larger representation of women in the scene has been uplifting. Personally, it’s great to see women growing the Hong Kong music community as there are generally only a nominal amount of producers in the region.


Stream EDMID Presents: Farrah’s International Women’s Day Mix on SoundCloud:


  1. Camoufly – BEATS KNOCKIN !!!
  2. Ty Dolla $ign, Kanye West, FKA Twigs & Skrillex – Ego Death (Juelz & RemK Remix)
  3. SOPHIE – Faceshopping
  4. Alison Wonderland – Peace (Rossy Remix)
  5. JEANIE & southgate. – Dome
  6. Dabow – Ah Nah
  7. Moore Kismet – Rumor (feat. WYN)
  8. Chee – TURN UP
  9. Juuku & Farrah – ID
  10. STUCA – Where We Are
  11. Low Poly – Mine
  12. Skrillex – Kliptown Empyrean [Pauline Herr Flip]
  13. Dank Frank – Melody Lives On
  14. Oski – Fidget
  15. Altare & Bafu – Lost
  16. Farrah – ID
  17. Farrah x SENZA – TEMPLE
  18. REAPER – BARRICADE (Poni Remix)
  19. WHIPPED CREAM – I Won’t Let You Fall (feat. Finn Askew) (WHIPPED CREAM & Crimson Child Remix)
  20. Farrah – Boiling
  21. Farrah – Clairvoyance

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Holly has always considered herself a fan of electronic music, but it wasn't until recently that she found the dance music scene. Her life changed for the better when she stumbled upon some EDM sets at Bonnaroo 2019, and fell in love with the community + positive vibes that surrounded her. Since then, she has been attending shows whenever she can and discovering tons of incredible new artists along the way. Her taste is all over the place and ranges from house to techno to bass music, with some of her favorite artists including Porter Robinson and Tipper. Holly is currently a senior attending Indiana University and is on track to receive her Bachelor of Science in Arts Management.

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