If you have ever been to any one of the Bunker parties in New York, chances are the creator of this edition captured your likeness in a picture and put it up on the internet for all the world to see. If not, than you should probably visit the Bunker more often… but that's for another time. :) Anyway, Seze and I met about 6 years ago, and let's just say we didn't always see eye to eye on everything. Over the years, I think we both must have learned to make our equally extroverted personalities co-exist because in that time, we've become a lot closer than I ever pictured. In fact, I'm often caught referring to her as my sister. An artist in her own right, Seze has been the flier designer, photographer and hostess of the Bunker nearly since we met, not to mention countless other art projects and shows. You can read more about her works at www.seze.net .I've been asking her (as well as her fiance, Bryan… *ahem*) to crank out a mix for the project since even before the first one went live. A few days before Christmas this year, I was surprised to find this absolutely sublime (as well as topical) collection in my email box! Merry Christmas to ME! Such a lovely selection of quiet "lady folk" (as Seze likes to call it) that practically screams for a cabin in the woods, and endless cups of hot cocoa. I enjoyed it immensely, and I think that you will too. And feel free to tell her your thoughts sometime at The Bunker, or at one of her monthly Kiss & Tell parties in Brooklyn. I'm sure she will be tickled to meet you. So, to Seze thank you for the wonderful mix, and even more wonderful friendship. I am very happy to have you in my life these past years, and look forward to many many more. And to you, as always… thanks for listening. En route to the south of France, with edition #014's creator in tow!…. xoxo, derek.