Nicole Moudaber

Nicole Moudaber


@BombedAlley oh. I smell trouble 😈
@nicolemoudaber • 21 Apr 2018 • 19:56
@NightWolfwtf @FNGRSXCRSSD @BangBangSD not quite. I throw the mood in there when it’s my party 😈
@nicolemoudaber • 21 Apr 2018 • 19:55
@BombedAlley til 8am I fly back immediately to london after that
@nicolemoudaber • 21 Apr 2018 • 19:54
@NightWolfwtf @FNGRSXCRSSD @BangBangSD I think that was taken from one of my shows
@nicolemoudaber • 21 Apr 2018 • 17:39
πŸ”₯ RT @NickCasss: I listened to @NicoleMoudaber in the mood sets for 10 hours today at work lmao. Had everyone feeling tech today 😎
@nicolemoudaber • 21 Apr 2018 • 14:38
Sorry for my bluntness, that's just how I roll 😈 #Happy420
@nicolemoudaber • 20 Apr 2018 • 18:25
#ITM207 is now up on @mixcloud. Check out part 2 of my @OutputClubBK set. #InTheMoodRadio
@nicolemoudaber • 20 Apr 2018 • 16:00
Alpha females don't run in packs 🀘
@nicolemoudaber • 20 Apr 2018 • 14:00
Check out part 2 of my @OutputClubBK set now on Facebook. #InTheMoodRadio #ITM207 β†’
@nicolemoudaber • 18 Apr 2018 • 14:06
@FedeLitvan duh. claro
@nicolemoudaber • 17 Apr 2018 • 23:46
If you didn't get dirty, you didn't play 🀘
@nicolemoudaber • 17 Apr 2018 • 22:25
#ITM206 is now up on @mixcloud. Check out part 1 of my @OutputClubBK set. #InTheMoodRadio
@nicolemoudaber • 17 Apr 2018 • 13:48


Dance music changed Nicole Moudaber’s life – now she’s returning the favour. “The drums reached me,” she says of her initiation at New York’s infamous Tunnel Club. Ever since then, the Nigerian-born Lebanese star has dedicated her immense energy to finding ways to share that vibe.

After years as a promoter – first in her native Lebanon, then in London – and a long self-apprenticeship in her studio, Nicole burst onto the scene like record-wielding Athena. Carl Cox, a close friend and mentor, tipped off DJ Mag in 2009, calling her “the most underrated DJ.” Four years later, Ms Moudaber is no longer waiting in the wings.

The irrepressible techno maven’s debut album Believe (Drumcode) ruled the charts in 2013. It was Number 1 for a month on the Beatport techno, tech house and deep house lists (eight months later, it’s still in the techno top 15!) Nicole garnered features in Billboard and Rolling Stone and her trademark explosion of curly hair has become a familiar sight in the international music press. 

Nicole doesn’t let her rigorous recording schedule, which includes collaborations with Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, Skin, Victor Calderone and Danny Tenaglia, interfere with her manic tour diary. She was an unofficial resident for Carl Cox @Space, Ibiza; rocked Music On with Marco Carola; and gave the Ibiza season an unforgettable send-off by playing the final set at Space Closing 2013.

Her shows sold out across the world with fans snapping up tickets to see Nicole spin at festivals including Time Warp, Electric Daisy Carnival, and Monegros. She’s also become a byword for marathon sets at Output and Montreal’s Stereo Club, among others. “I played for nine hours and they said they’d never seen such an atmosphere,” she grins. “That means more to me than money.” 

Nicole kicks off with 2014 with gigs in Philadelphia, New York, and at Mexico’s BPM Festival, followed by a North and South America tour (keep an eye out for a mini-documentary!) The new year also brings her own globally syndicated radio show, produced by the team behind shows from Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, etc. “It’s a chance to play all the music I love,” she says, promising a set-list that ranges from live performances to deep house to driving techno. Music she loves will also appear on her MOOD Records imprint, ensuring fans a steady supply of the drum-fuelled electronic goodness they crave. 

“The underground is stronger than ever,” Nicole declared in 2013. Thanks to her, it is set to grow even bigger and bolder as she continues to shape and share her vision of the “loving, amazing, ritualistic vibe” of dance music.


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