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Apple Music gets you ready for NYE with a wave of new DJ mixes

Arjun Vagale, DJ Nobu, Sama’ Abdulhadi, Omar-S, and Patrick Topping are just some of the 24 artists to contribute.

Apple Music gets you ready for NYE with a wave of new DJ mixes

Apple Music strikes again with another gem for electronic music lovers. The streaming platform recently released a host of exclusive mixes for New Year’s Eve. 

Arjun Vagale, DJ Nobu, Sama’ Abdulhadi, Omar-S, and Patrick Topping are just some of the 24 artists to contribute. 

The mixes, available to stream on-demand now, will also be broadcast back to back on Apple Music 1 radio on New Year’s Eve.

Apple’s endeavours into clubland and underground music have been one of this year’s biggest streaming revelations; the tech powerhouse joined forces with some of the biggest names in the scene, including fabric, DJ-Kicks, Boiler Room, Mixmag, Cercle and many more.

You can check out the latest DJ mixes on Apple Music HERE.

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