This weeks Mix Of The Week goes to Donegal via Dublin’s Pagan, a DJ and Producer who has had a serious rise over the last year, with his long over due contribution to the Lobster Theremin Podcast.

Pagan is a DJ and Producer who has made serious moves over the last few years with the journey his music has taken him on. After some mammoth self releases, high profile gigs, and label features, 2021 saw Pagan release his debut EP on Lobster Theremin’s ‘1Ø Pills Mate’ imprint and not long at all later released his most recent full body of work with ‘Butterfly’ via ‘Cheeky Music Group’s ‘RRRAAAVVVEEE’ imprint. Both EP’s saw major support across the globe with some of the biggest names of dance music such as Jensen Interceptor, Jaguar and DJ Boring playing his tracks on radio and streams, which was also a club-less time due to the global pandemic. However, once the wave of reopening began Pagan’s releases still became a soundtrack to dance floors in the world over and not long after he made his international debut at London’s ‘Lobsterfest’.

After building a strong relationship with Lobster Theremin through his music, Pagan finally contributes to the prestigious LT Podcast Series for the 216th edition. Pagan’s contribution to the series is a plethora of many different genres that inspire him all effortlessly mixed together and captivating direct from the get go with an unreleased track you can tell straight away is his signature melodic sound. Unreleased Pagan tracks feature throughout, providing big hints on his upcoming projects and sounds, with breakbeat, trance and harder techno styles featuring in his tracks. As the mix progresses, it absolutely provides the listener with a journey through Pagan’s style and taste, my personal favourite being from one of his unreleased through to blends of trance infused techno from artists such as Chlar, DJ Heartstring, DJ Ibon and Faster Horses.

You can listen to ‘Pagan LT Podcast 216 via SoundCloud bellow.

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