Mix Of The Week: Indira Paganotto's Scorching Acid Techno

Alexander Dias

Mix Of The Week: Indira Paganotto's Scorching Acid Techno

This week, we’ve tagged in the LWE group to curate Mix Of The Week. Since 2010 they’ve held down some of London’s biggest parties, including Junction 2, Ion, and their legendary throw downs at Tobacco Dock.

In 2020 they pivoted to virtual shows and took Junction 2 digital. It was the UK’s first large-scale virtual underground festival broadcast in over 150 countries. The follow-up, Junction 2: Connections, was a global affair, filmed in the techno trifecta: Detroit, Berlin, and London. While over six million ravers from around the world looked on, they paved the way for a new era of hybrid events finding a union between the IRL world and virtual.

The UK crew takes us down the rabbit hole with Spanish artist Indira Paganotto. She carries us on a trip that rips through grinding warehouse-ready acid techno.

LWE had this to say about one of techno’s most fascinating emerging talents.

“Star on the rise, Indira Paganotto delivered a blistering techno voyage for number 176 in the LWE mix series. Impressing with standout sets on lineups with the likes of Nina Kraviz, Amelie Lens, and Ben Klock, Indira is quickly stamping her mark as one of Spain’s most exciting new exports. Delivering acclaimed releases for the likes of Second State, OFF, Octopus and UNCAGE, her latest EP on Charlotte De Witte’s KNTXT capped off another prolific year for the young talent.”

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