DJ Luna God – We Are Light (Visual Mix)

Seattle’s  DJ Luna God teams-up with visual artist Margot Terc to create a unique visual mix, that remixes songs from various genres & mixing them with a Hip-Hop/Drum & Bass edge.

“WE ARE LIGHT” is a collaborative project including stock footage and music between Margot Terc (video editing) and LUNA GOD (music mix).

Track List:
:00 – “Pass the Dutchie” – Musical Youth
0:30 – “Jaw Talking 1995” – Slim Guerilla
1:36 – “Slide” – Queen Key remix
2:53 – Avatar Last Airbender Credits Theme
3:33 – “Rude” – Shygirl
4:23 – “Diamonds” – Pimp Pimp P
5:46 – “Malamente” – Rosalía
6:45 – “Flu Flamming” Drakeo the Ruler
7:19 – “Uh Oh” – Lumindee (luna god remix)
8:34 – “1 Leg Up” – Gotty Boi Chris
9:09 – “Bossed Up” – Quay Dash
10:02 – “Tick Tak” – Spice
11:04 – “Gimmie Life” – Maleek Berry
12:08 – “Yeah” – Kelow LaTesha


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About Luna God:
At the epicenter of some of the most exciting current local and national hip-hop, R&B, and cutting-edge club music, there’s a solid chance you’ll find LUNA GOD, the alias of LA via Seattle’s Caleb Talbert. A chameleonic musician, he’s recently turned his attention to wildly diverse and unpredictably vibrant productions, a style that also carries over to his infectiously kinetic DJ sets. With two EPs in his catalog, guest mixes for Seattle radio stations such as KUPS and KEXP’s “Midnight in a Perfect World” and an increasingly busy DJ schedule, LUNA GOD has become a sought-after party-starter and in-demand collaborator, currently working with fellow ascending artists DoNormaalBBYMUTHA, Tiko Texas, Taylar Eliza Beth, Zahara, Guayaba and Paris Alexa.


About Margot Terc:

Margot Terc is a zine-maker, writer, and visual artist obsessed with projects and creative resistance. Margot produces zines, edits videos, and collages that try to get at the feels and never-ending quest to make this work for herself. Margot is the founder and editor of the art collective LUNA RIO, and she organizes events focused on showcasing and highlighting the voices of people of color & underrepresented artists. View her work at





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