Listen to BV’s late-night mix for THUMP on FBi Click

December 2nd 2016


  • BV :: Guest Mix for THUMP


BV’s mix will make you want to turn off the lights, switch on the fog machine and start voguing. Let’s get transcendent.

After a three-year hiatus from the recording studio, BV (fka Black Vanilla) are back to tickle your ears with a brand new eight track mixtape – appropriately named B2V. To celebrate, the trio graced the FBi Click studio last week, joining Jemma Cole on THUMP for a mix of deep cuts, trap music and dark experimental electronica.

Comprised of Marcus Whale, Jarred Beeler and Lavurn Lee, BV formed back in 2010 as a ‘live only’ concept, but thankfully they didn’t stick to their guns for too long. Their studio recordings and mixes capture the group’s frantic but calculated on-stage energy, switching between aggressive and spacey beats while encouraging their audience to lose their inhibitions in a positive and inclusive space. This energy writhes through the mixtape – so much so that when it dropped, we immediately featured B2V as FBi Click Album Of The Week.

Check out their dark and moody mix above – or their new mixtape here.



Pageant – Ahori
ZULI – Robotic Handshakes in 4D
Princess Nokia – Tomboy
Dinamarca – Mobileboy
24hrs – Gucci Flame
BV – Mouth
DJ Logic – Flow Girl
Kid Antoine – Dungeon
Future – Guap On Me
DJ Plead – BMW Aswad
Thomas William – Super Clouds
DJ Logic – Gold
Cassius Select – Definer
Marcus (Not Singing) – Doomboy



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