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#HDD Hangover 8 : Kazabon

We at HDD have a phrase for those suffering after a night out at Hipsters Dont Dance it’s called a hdd hangover. As a thank you to our amazing crowd we have decided to create a mix series to ease you back into the real world. The 8th mix in the seriesis by HDD resident Kazabon. It’s better than Alkaseltzer!
Here are a few words from her:

When I’m hungover I need something soothing to listen to, so for this hangover mix I chose tracks from singers with smooth soothing voices – Miguel, Pharrell, Jhene Aiko, Jesse Ware and Sade.

Download the mix here

#HDD Hangover 6 : Murlo

We at HDD have a phrase for those suffering after a night out at Hipsters Dont Dance it’s called a #hddhangover. So as a thank you to our amazing crowd we have decided to create a mix series to ease you back into the real world. The sixth mix in the series is a smooth and sexy, one by HDD resident Murlo – some might even say its a panty dropper. One thing’s for sure it’s better than Alkaseltzer!

Here are a few words from him:

When I’m hungover I tend to listen to a lot of r’n’b, anything with a good hook and good vocals (usually Usher). I couldn’t bring myself to do an all Usher mix so it’s turned out as Usher and friends. Also just because you’re hungover you’re still in bed, so I’ve kept it relatively panty dropping. Enjoy.

Download the mix here

#HDD Hangover 5 : Why Delila

We’ve all been there flagging after a long night out, the pounding headache, the fear of natural light and the craving on any food to soak up last night’s hangover. We at HDD have a phrase for those suffering after a night out at Hipsters Dont Dance (1st saturday of every month) it’s called a #hddhangover. So as a thank you to our amazing crowd we have decided to create a mix series to ease you back into the real world.
The fifth mix in the series is by HDD resident Why Delila, it’s better than Alkaseltzer!

Here are a few words from her:

Like most people when I’m hungover, I need to be comforted. For me, dub and reggae are the most reassuring types of music. The first few tracks on this mix take me back to the parties my Mum used to have when I was a child, so it’s the ultimate in homely music for me. I also tried to avoid mixing as much as I could – mixing feels a bit too energetic for a hungover state! I really enjoyed putting together this mix, mainly because it gave me an excuse to repeatedly play Dadawah and King Tubby as ‘research’. Hope you’re as soothed by this as much as I am!

Download the mix here