Cashmere Cat Drops Off New Incredible Eclectic Mix For Diplo & Friends

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Ever since he first started putting out music back in 2012, Cashmere Cat has been one of electronic music’s most enigmatic, creative, and out-of-the-box producers. Although he’s taken a route towards working with R&B and hip-hop artists in the past couple years, Cashmere Cat still offers up some incredible instrumentals. The young Norwegian producer can be very elusive, so you know it’s special when he decides to make an appearance on a radio show like Diplo & Friends

Cashmere Cat, who is currently on a co-headlining tour with MØ on their MEØW Tour, found some time to drop off an hour-long mix for Diplo & Friends this weekend, and it may be one of the most eclectic collection of sounds we’ve ever heard. At one moment you can be nearly moved to tears by melodies from Bjork, the next you’re pumping your elbows to some of the most intense sound design you’ll ever hear by the likes of SOPHIE and Cashy Cat himself. He even throws in a solid collection of modern rap bangers, somehow. 

If you’re in the mood to check out some music you probably won’t hear anywhere else, lend your ears to this mix for an hour. Enjoy!

Cashmere Cat - Diplo & Friends Mix

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