Fluencee Drops Off a Weird and Wonderful Summer Mix

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Hot off the release of his latest EP, Frozen in Bliss, on Circus Records, Fluencee spins up a mix that showcases his dynamic style.


This summer has been hotter than ever in Southern California, and that’s due in part to the fact that Fluencee has been delivering some heat of his own. This Los Angeles-based DJ and producer has explored the realms of electronica, bass house, and electro-pop over the years, but his recent jaunt into the world of trap and wave has captivated a growing number of fans.

Early singles in 2022, “Paralyzed” with Paper Idol and “Before You Were Mine” with Parvané, marked his debut on Circus Records and ushered in a new era for Fluencee. This culminated in the release of his Frozen in Bliss EP, which paired those two tracks with four fresh cuts, such as his standout track “Are You Down.”

Now, as the end of the summer draws near with each passing day, Fluencee dropped off a mix that will keep you partying until your feet fall off. Included in its tracklist is a flurry of his originals, remixes, and some exclusive IDs, along with tracks from Nostalgix & Makla, QUIX, Somnium Sound, and even a fresh take on Daft Punk’s “One More Time.” You won’t want to miss out on this mix if you’re looking for the perfect mood-setter for your beach bonfires – give it a spin!

I hope this mix gives you a feel for the weird and wonderful way my mind works. It’s full of unreleased IDs, edits and a few wild cuts from my new Circus Records EP, Frozen In Bliss, which holds a special place in my heart.

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