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304 – J.Wiltshire

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If we were to say to you we think J. Wiltshire is an outstanding young talent you be forgiven for thinking we were talking about a certain gifted young footballer. However it’s not the Arsenal and England international footballer of whom we refer to but to Jacob Wiltshire, the new Hypercolour signing and youngster taking British electronica by storm. Still at college, part of a band and alongside friend and cohort Bareskin producing some of the freshest house and techno these isles have seen in a fair while and we’re delighted to welcome one of the scenes most prodigious young producers to helm this weeks podcast.  We’re sure you’ll be hearing a lot more of J. Wiltshire in the coming months as we’re sure that this set will testify…

Sum up this podcast in 10 words… This is a podcast that I made for data transmission. What’s your personal favourite track on it? Probably the herbert track, it’s been one of my favourites for a while. What’s the special ingredient in this mix? Umami What’s the best gig you’ve played recently? It wasn’t really a gig, but playing on rinse fm as Blue & Green was pretty fun, techno. What have you got coming up? Got a Blue & Green record coming out this month on Initials, and I’m working on another EP for Hypercolour.And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?enjoy!

Tracklisting Wechsel Garland – Mutes (DJ Koze Remix) [Kalk Pets] Herbert – Leave Me Now [Soundslike] Genius Of Time – Tuffa Trummor Med Synt [Aniara] Delano Smith – Midnight Hours (Reconstructed by Carl Craig) [Sushitech] Altitude – Bareskin [Hypercolour] Sei A – You Can Bring [Simple] Luke Abbot – Modern Driveway [Notown] Moby – Mobility [Instinct] &ME – Matters [Saved] Fold – Moving Patterns [ManMakeMusic] Jack Dixon – 60 Miles [Losing Suki] J.Wiltshire – How It Is [Hypercolour]

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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