Ana Sia is passionate about all of the styles, fragments and mutations of music that reside under the umbrella of bass music. Her sets have a self-proclaimed flair for the “hottest sounds of tomorrow” and she’s flaunted her forward-thinking selections on the stages of Lollapalooza, DEMF, EDC and Cochella.
Lovers of future bass, dubstep, and deep house will each find something to appreciate about Surreal Estate, her debut compilation on Frite Nite Records. The mix is at once moody, pleasing, and challenging, featuring dubby soundscapes, thick synths and heavy kicks at a relentless pace.
It’s also strongly recommended that you pay a visit to her website, where in addition to the press, info, photos and clips, she’s begun blogging about her influences and other thoughts she has for her fans. She’s curated a series of mixes outlining some of her inspirations as a dj; the series has reached four and counting thus far in 2012, and feature her some of her favorite garage, dancehall, hiphop, juke and D&B tracks.
Her set in support of Scuba this Saturday promises to be a memorable one for fans of all stripes of bass music.