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330 – Tristan Ingram


Wow. It is hot. We’ve touched down in electronic music hotspot Ibiza and to bring you the vibes of the White Isle this week we’re bring you one of the islands most respected party figures to deliver a fresh mix for this weeks podcast in Tristan Ingram. Tristan has been at the forefront of the seen in Ibiza for over a decade whether it be DJing to thousands or nailing huge anthems in the studio one thing we can count on is Tristan is always on the money.

With a huge 2012 season on the island behind him becoming a regular at San Antonio’s busiest night Judgement Sundays and a bi weekly residency at his own signature night Random at Hush he has become a force to reckoned with. Add those 2 nights with guest appearances during the summer at Carl Cox’s Revolution at Space, spinning Nic Fanciulli’s Saved Beach Party event at Sands, Playing back 2 back with Space legend Jonathan Ulysses at The Zoo and dropping in twice to play for London superbrand Kinky Malinki at Eden and you quickly realize why Tristan is held in such high esteem amongst his contemporaries.

Production wise, highlights include Perfect Sunrise on Toolroom Records, hot re edits of artists such La Roux, Florence & The Machine and Chase & Status and his work has found its way into the record bags of some of the biggest names in the scene including Carl Cox, Pete Tong & Mark Knight to name but a few.

With the limitless energy of a red hot dynamo and boundless enthusiasm for the scene, Tristan Ingram has delivered the perfect mix to accompany you as the mercury begins to rise. Warning: listening to this mix may encourage a sudden and impromptu visit to Ibiza.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…Tracks that are currently doing it for me right now.

What’s your personal favourite track on it?For me it’s Real Nice – Cocktail Skies. This is a bit slower than what i normally play but thought it would be a great track to start the mix with. When you close your eyes and listen to this song you can picture yourself on a beach. 

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?A summer feeling to it. 

What’s the best gig you’ve played recently?Last week i played at the High Definition Festival in Essex that was unreal 2,500 people in a tent going right off at 1430 in the afternoon.  Im really looking forward to We Love & Sankeys in Ibiza in July! 

What have you got coming up?

July  Fri 5th – Mojo Closing Party, Chatham, Kent Sat 13th – Kinky Malinki, The Source Bar, MaidstoneFri 19th – Code Red, Bassment 159, Rochester  Sat 20th – Random, Hush, San Antonio, Ibiza Sun 21st – We Love Sundays, Space, Ibiza  Mon 22nd – Hypercolour/Datatransmission, Sankeys, Ibiza    

August  Sat 10th – Pacha Boat Party, London  Sat 10th – Kinky Malinki, Pacha, London  Fri 16th – The Zoo, Ibiza Sat 17th – Random, Hush, San Antonio, Ibiza   Sat 24th – SW4, Clapham Common. London  Sat 24th – Shiva Festival Afterparty, Plan B, Brixton, London Fri 30th – Code Red, Bassment 159, Rochester  Sat 31st – Random, Hush, San Antonio, Ibiza September  Sun 1st – We Love Sundays, Space, Ibiza  Sat 7th – Random, Source Bar, Maidstone Mon 23rd – Hypercolour/Datatransmission, Sankeys, Ibiza

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?I have remixed the classic track Love Station Teardrops and have decided to give it away as a thank you for all the support over the years. You can download it free from this link https://soundcloud.com/tristan-ingram/love-station-teardrops-tristan

TracklistingReal Nice – Cocktail Skies (Original_Mix)Lane 8 – Be Mine (Original Mix)Pete Heller – Big Love (D33P 2013 Edit)Tristan Ingram – Passionate Tristan Ingram – Ibiza DreamsWaze & Odyssey – Love That (Burns Hot Enough) Kariya – Let Me Show you for tonight (Electronic Youth remix)Lovestation – Teardrops (Tristan Ingram 2013 remix)Darius Syrossian & Hector Couto – House Is House (Original Mix)Cevin Fisher – House Music (Supernova Remix)Long & Harris – Will She Wait (Original Mix)

  Catch Tristan Ingram spinning at Hypercolour at Sankeys Ibiza in Room 2 for Datatransmission. Monday 22nd July & Mon 23rd September


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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