Enada’s bass music journey started in her youth. She was inspired by listening to artists such as Mala, Sleeper, Skream, Cyrus, Caspa, Rusko, N-Type and Youngsta. Attending Cable & Fabric in London, at nights such as Get Darker, Ergh and Dub Police, she absorbed Dubstep, Drum & Bass, Grime and everything in between.
Having a true passion for all things 140 she has an excellent ear. Enada’s mixing is as exceptional as her track selection. Nourishing her mixes with creativity and a darker character. She leans quite distinctively towards the dark side at all times, guiding a forward-thinking selection. Diversly, she incorporates old school flavours into her mixes with a particular reference to dungeon tracks.
Enada has a high respect for all flavours in bass music. Her ear is particularly drawn towards 140 tracks produced by drum and bass artists. Black Barrel (leo cap), Alix Perez, Halogenix (Lordel), Dbridge and Icicle are artists that make appearances in her sets. Bringing a unique style and a fresh sound to the genre is what Enada is all about. One listen to her sets and you are immediately drawn to the eclectic selection of the more techy side of dubstep.
Enada’s current accolades include Outlook Festival, UKF, Croydub, Uprise Audio, Rinse FM, Subtle FM and Deep Dark & Dangerous. As a core resident of Bristol’s “Rotations” collective it’s clear to see she is certainly doing something right.
Enada is also the mind behind Dynamics. A growing database and blog celebrating female, female-identifying and non-binary artists in bass music. With this exciting new initiative only just dawning, and an undeniable musical output, there is an encouraging future ahead for this spearheading DJ and activist.