Midnight In A Perfect World: Eddie Bermuda


Eddie Bermuda is the alias of Eddie Sumlin, a DJ and producer originally from the Pacific Northwest, with strong roots in the Tacoma area, who currently calls Los Angeles his home base. Known for his smooth DJ sets that explore house, disco, soul, hip-hop, jazz, R&B, and anything fresh in-between, he co-hosts a monthly radio show called Mixed Fruit alongside Mia Carucci on London’s NTS Radio. He’s also putting in work on a forthcoming EP of all original music that’s due out early 2018. His exclusive guest DJ mix for Midnight in a Perfect World is a silky journey that touches upon a wide range of styles, yet it’s all held together by consistently lush and groovy vibes.

Artist Song
Midnight in a Perfect World Intro
Frank Ocean Provider
Steve Lacy Looks
Sunni Colón Way You Talk About Me
Abra Play (feat. Stickz Greenz)
Milton Nascimento Tudo o Que Você Podia Ser (Eddie Bermuda Re-Swim)
Jorge Ben Jor Rio Babilonia (Brody Edit)
SirOJ Trabalho
2 Chainz Bailan (feat. Pharrell)
Trailer Limon Somehow I’m Not Concerned
Calvin Harris Prayers Up (feat. Travis Scott)
Conga Radio Right Beside You
Whitney Houston Million Dollar Bill (Genius of Time Edit)
Jex Opolis Circle of Drums
Tanner Ross No One’s to Blame (Instrumental)
Mary J. Blige Tell The Truth (Eddie Bermuda Re-Swim)
Jessy Lanza Oh No
Phil Gerus All Pleasures, All Pains
Kali Uchis Tyrant (feat. Jorja Smith)
Sade Cherish The Dre (Paul Nice Blend)

Midnight in a Perfect World, KEXP’s weekly hour-long guest DJ show, airs Fridays at midnight. This multi-genre program features eclectic sets by a rotating cast of international and local DJ’s, each building upon a party vibe to kick off your weekend. Midnight in a Perfect World is made possible with support from New Belgium Brewing.

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