Nicole Moudaber is now a record label founder, radio host, and one of the most fervently followed producers in the world. Marching her way to the top, she has bought her own brand of Techno all over the globe, charming fans not only with her music, but her way of being, that’s at once unrestricted, inclusive and fierce.
After years as a promoter – first in her native Lebanon, then in London – and a long self-apprenticeship in her studio, Nicole Moudaber has burst onto the scene and made a striking impression upon crowds and DJs alike. Carl Cox described her as “the most underrated DJ”, four years later she has firmly become a
household name on the current circuit.
The Techno and Deep-House tastemaker has had experience in so many different music capitals, seeing the underground music scene from such different perspectives probably has something to do with her mounting success. In 2013 she founded her own label, Mood Records, a vessel for her own music and other artists who complement her style, which has seen the likes of Pawsa, Wade, Nathan Barato and Carl Cox all release through the prestigiously respected imprint. She has also logged her own releases through Adam Beyer’s ‘Drumcode’, Carl Cox’s ‘Intec’ and Jamie Jones’ ‘Hot Creations’. Moudaber’s hit remix of Alcatraz house classic “Give Me Luv” on Deep Dish’s ‘Yoshitoshi’ was a tool used to move dance floors by DJs of all stripes. The track was named the No. 1 techno track of 2015 on Beatport, and one of the year’s top 20 tracks overall.
The Nigerian often brings different elements of her style and taste to life under the Mood banner, showing her roots as a party promoter, and a New York City clubber during the first-rate age of the resident DJ. Her weekly radio show ‘InTheMOOD’ expresses this, which is syndicated on 66 FM stations in 45 countries, commanding over 15 million listeners worldwide. Moudaber now resides between London and Ibiza, with frequent stopovers in New York and Los Angeles. She is a well known to be a supporter of NYC’s Lower Eastside Girls Club. Potentially thanks to her, techno-hungry females are a fast-growing breed.
You can catch Nicole Moudaber at Jamie Jones’ Paradise opening party at DC10, performing alongside The Martinez Brothers, Kink, Dubfire, wAFF, Richy Ahmed,
Route 94, Patrick Topping and the man himself, Jamie Jones.