Today is International Women’s Day, and for this year’s celebrations, we’ve teamed up with Juno Records to share a rare set recording from the club. In the driving seat is Sonja Moonear, the Swiss selector who shares close ties with Perlon. Like all of the A-leaguers affiliated with the German imprint, Moonear specialises in a reductionist, occasionally hypnotic style of house and techno, which has naturally meant she’s also become a friend of ours over the years. In between regular gigs at places like Weetamix in Geneva and Panorama Bar in Berlin, she’s been a Farringdon mainstay for as long as we can remember (her next date, by the way, is one to look out for – she’ll be going back-to-back with Craig Richards at FRRC). The set we’ve unlocked, recorded last autumn in between Junki Inoue and Rhadoo, finds Moonear in a sweet spot, gliding between subdued and trippy club cuts with her trademark nimble finesse.
Stream: Sonja Moonear’s International Women’s Day mix for Juno Records x fabric
Photo credit: Enrico Policardo