Shanti Celeste has a great momentum going. Born in Chile and based in Bristol, she’s a core member of the esteemed Idle Hands crew—her second record came out on the label, and she works at the record shop in Stokes Croft. Her first 12-inch, Need Your Lovin’ (Baby), came out on BRSTL, a label she runs with the man behind Idle Hands, Chris Farrell. Those two records outlined Shanti’s sound: warm, punchy and, in the case of Days Like This, brought to life by her silky voice. Her third should be a big one—entitled Universal Glow, it comes out this month on Julio Bashmore’s Broadwalk imprint. Shanti’s DJ style has the same down-to-earth allure as her records. Dusty, groovy and filled with the kind of recent gems only record store staff seem to know about (plus a few older ones, of course).
November 3, 2017
The 50 Most Exciting DJs in the World (Right Now)
Crack Magazine’s 50 most exciting Djs in the world right now list on point! The 50 Most Exciting DJs in…Read more
September 12, 2017
Boiler Room x Dekmantel Festival 2017
Amazing Dekmantel sets are now up from a bunch of our artists, including Young Marco, Cinnaman, Shanti Celeste, Josh Cheon,…Read more