Next month, Miss Nine returns with the third instalment of her label’s ‘Around The World’ album series. Inspired by religious Hindu spring festival Holi, the theme for this follow up edition in the ATW series is ‘Colours’ – a symbolic gesture to the unity and energetic liberty discovered on the dancefloor. Showcasing the musical direction of Miss Nine, the mix weaves between progressive-tech house and big room electro featuring tracks from imprints such as Toolroom Records, Spinnin’ Records, Armada, Nettwerk Productions, Zouk Recordings, Doorn Music and Nine’s own 925 Music label.
Miss Nine was the first female artist to release on Sharam’s Yoshitoshi label, a feat that led her to become support DJ for Deep Dish during their reign. Following this early success, she also became the youngest DJ to ever play the main stage at Dance Valley, sharing the stage with DJs such as Tiësto, David Guetta and Avicii. Fast forward to the present day and she is a regular feature at events like Ultra Music Festival playing main stage this year together with Deadmau5, Kaskade, Hardwell, Porter Robinson and Live stage with Faithless and Snoop Dog. Miss Nine will be taking the album’s theme on the road evolving the show through a series of colours from April through until October 2013.
Miss Nine: “As a touring DJ I’m constantly inspired by different cultures and events that I encounter and experience whilst on the road. During the past 12 months no occasion has struck my senses more than the wonderful ritual of, Holi. This beautiful religious celebration sees millions of people around the world embrace and united in the joy of spring’s arrival; a partial metaphor for the beauty found by us all on the dancefloor.”