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Sunday mix
08.01.2021

Sunday Mix: Mor Elian

Sunday Dub

Last October, Berlin-based DJ, producer and Fever AM label boss Mor Elian set sail on a new venture under her new alias Alloy Sea.

She brought her spacey, genre-weaving sound, one that’s informed by the assortment of styles, cities, people and places she’s encountered over the years to a new Fever AM sub-label, Syn Syn, and unveiled a sprawling, near hour-long downtempo project titled Petrichor.

Mor’s Sunday Mix feels like a continuation of the ideas explored on Petrichor. It’s also fit for multiple occasions, which makes sense, really, given the fact that most days seem to have adopted a rather ‘sunday-ish’ feel, of late. Over the course of an hour – and a bit – Mor journeys through tracks from the likes of Zach E. West, Tricky, Kruder & Dorfmeister and more as she delivers an expert lesson in the art of subtlety. She strikes a keen balance between commanding and chill, dubbed out and dreamy in such a way that feels innate and mirrors the approach she channels into her production work.

“Alloy Sea and ‘Petrichor’ are a personal exercise of self expression, it was created in the process of letting go of my own creative and personal berries and attachments,” says Mor. “This mix is another expression of the same exercise.” 


Sunday Mix: Mor Elian

Sunday Mix: Mor Elian

Last October, Berlin-based DJ, producer and Fever AM label boss Mor Elian set sail on a new venture under her new alias Alloy Sea.

She brought her spacey, genre-weaving sound, one that’s informed by the assortment of styles, cities, people and places she’s encountered over the years to a new Fever AM sub-label, Syn Syn, and unveiled a sprawling, near hour-long downtempo project titled Petrichor.

Mor’s Sunday Mix feels like a continuation of the ideas explored on Petrichor. It’s also fit for multiple occasions, which makes sense, really, given the fact that most days seem to have adopted a rather ‘sunday-ish’ feel, of late. Over the course of an hour – and a bit – Mor journeys through tracks from the likes of Zach E. West, Tricky, Kruder & Dorfmeister and more as she delivers an expert lesson in the art of subtlety. She strikes a keen balance between commanding and chill, dubbed out and dreamy in such a way that feels innate and mirrors the approach she channels into her production work.

“Alloy Sea and ‘Petrichor’ are a personal exercise of self expression, it was created in the process of letting go of my own creative and personal berries and attachments,” says Mor. “This mix is another expression of the same exercise.” 

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