The latest edition of SceneNoise’s long running mix series sees Lebanese house connoisseur, C/EL, join us for a magnificently curated and diverse one-hour mix of her favourite tunes.
It was by an off-the-cuff suggestion that Celine Abboud, aka C/EL first started mixing, spurred on by her close friend and fellow founder of Caucus Kollektiv, Lyss. She took to it like a duck to water, but during the pandemic she launched La Radio, a platform for artists to be themselves, play whatever they want, and just enjoy their mixes, mainly focusing on local Lebanese DJs, and recently expanding to the Middle East.
For the 130th Episode of Select, Celine showcases immaculate selection in an hour of pure dancing bliss. Throughout the hour, Celine goes back and forth between the vast sub-genres of house music, incorporating breaks and breakbeats in her mix, featuring tracks from the likes of Mr. G, Laurent Garnier, and 1998.
“I love experimenting with different genres. I was hesitant to share some of my breakbeat selections but I decided why not? I also incorporated some house, giving the overall set some old school vibes.”
Listen to the full set below.