Felix Jaehn is a DJ, producer and songwriter who has a complex musical prowess that reflects his versatility and wide-ranging musical aptitude.

 

While music is always his focal point, he simultaneously champions matters close to his heart, matters that are always worth talking about like mental health, and the empowerment of the LGBTQIA+ community.

 

A master of self-introspection with a natural tendency towards making the best of things, both personally and professionally, Felix is a new breed of musician that knows who he is and where he’s going.

 

Set List:

 

OMI Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix) – Apple Music

Breath (Demo) (Feat. Mis Li) – Apple Music

 

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Yukimi Nagano is the lead singer of pioneering Swedish quartet, Little Dragon, who combine synth-pop, down-tempo electronic music, hip-hop, and more to create a colourful sound that’s earned them a global audience.

This band flourish best in smoky, soulful environments and their electronic works are light and lithe, with a real richness inherent in the minimalism of their work. 

Over two decades, Yukimi and the band have toured the world, but it’s South Africa that they still hold a strong affection and affinity for which Yukimi unpacks in this interview.

Outro song: Water (FKJ Remix) Apple Music

Set List:

Little Man – Apple Music

No Love – Apple music

My Step – Apple Music

Shuffle a Dream – Apple Music

Should I Care – Apple Music

Are You Feeling Sad – Apple Music

 

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Can you believe that an entire year has almost passed? And before shopping centres start breaking out the Michael Buble, and my personal favourite, Boney M’s Christmas album, we’ve got a whole bunch of rad interviews to bring you during our last season for 2021. 

 

In season 7 we’re celebrating LGBTQIA+ month in South Africa with musicians who have championed the cause by being true to themselves and living their lives unapologetically. Also, you’re going to want to keep your ears sharp this season to find out how to win your spot in the audience for our very first Texx Talks live show! 

 

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