RIP Janette Slack – previously unreleased livestream mix

Like so many within the music community, we have been mourning the loss of our dear friend and Clockenflap Music host Janette Slack. For anyone unfamiliar with the glorious human she was, you need only to hear the warmth and encouragement of her voice and the enthusiasm her guests always showed when speaking with her.  We’ve received her family’s blessing to share a previously unreleased 15 min set she performed for us during the pandemic.  Please do take a moment to catch her in her happy place, doing what she did so darn exquisitely. 

RIP Janette Slack. 

同成個 music community 好多其他人一樣,過去幾日,大家都係到哀悼我哋親愛嘅朋友同埋 Clockenflap Music 主持人 Janette Slack。如果你唔係好熟悉Janette,未嚟得切去了解佢究竟係一個幾咁出色、有才華同美好嘅人,你只需要聽吓佢溫暖而又充滿鼓舞嘅聲音;聽吓佢節目啲嘉賓總會因為同Janette 交談而變現出嘅熱情。喺得到Janette 屋企人嘅祝福之下,我哋會公開一段之前無發表過,喺疫情期間,佢為平台準備嘅演出片段。希望大家可以 catch her in her happy place,同時欣賞佢嘅風姿,將自己所擅長嘅,發揮得如何揮灑自如,淋漓盡致。

RIP Janette Slack. 

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One of Hong Kong’s best-known and most-respected DJ/producers, Janette Slack has a well-earned reputation for igniting dancefloors around the world with her infectious mix of bass, funk, house, electro and everything in between. Born in Hong Kong, Slack moved to London aged 17 and made her name rocking the decks at clubs like Ministry of Sound, Fabric, The Cross, Cargo and The Egg during a 15-year stint that also included a sensational seven-year residency at the legendary Torture Garden. Since returning to Asia in 2014, the irrepressible Slack has been a flamboyant fixture at the region’s hottest clubs, festivals and private parties, with memorable sets at Clockenflap, Secret Island party and Macau’s Ultra Festival among her long list of credits.
Dearly departed, her legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of all who knew her and posthumously come across her work for generations to come. RIP

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