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338 – Kill Frenzy

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For this weeks podcast we welcome a fantastic emerging new talent from Belgium in the shape of Kill Frenzy. Releasing tracks from the tender age of 17 Kill Frenzy aka Sébastien starting producing music after being introduced to the the sounds of Chicago and Detroit and it wasn’t long before his own productions started to generate serious waves within the scene; seeing him release on the infamous Dust Traxx label of Chicago and the legendary Dj Godfather’s label Juke trax. After generating a serious amount of hype within the house scene Kill Frenzy then began working on a number of other different styles on fresh productions for a variety of labels within different genres whilst retaining his trademark ‘booty house’ edge. 2012 was then a big year for the young Belgian as he debuted on Claude Vonstroke’s Dirtybird imprint with ‘Booty Clap’ featuring DJ Funk in a release that became widely known across the world and firmly enrolled him into the Dirtybird crew. So with a performance at Sankeys Ibiza lined up for the 29th of August and a fresh EP  entitled ‘Go To The Mo’ about to drop following a hectic transatlantic tour where among other events he played at the Dirty bird Party at mezzanine in San Francisco,  Hard Summer L.A. and Blue in Detroit before heading to Europe to play the at gigs such as Tomorrowland, Pukkelpop, Social Club, I love Techno, Fuse, Extrema outdoor, ADE, Groove City, Les Ardentes and Laundry Day we were pleased he managed to take some time out of his busy schedule to deliver this mix for us. So crank up the volume and get ready to move your body to the ‘booty house’ sounds of Kill Frenzy…Dirtybrd is at Sankeys Ibiza every Thursday until the 12th September, Kill frenzy plays his final date on the 29th august for more info click here  and he joins up with the Dirtybird Gang in London for Dirtybird Players in September for more info click hereSum up this podcast in 10 words    Living in the moment having sweaty sex with lovely ladies  

What’s your personal favourite track on it?Biggie Smalls – Juicy This is my favourite hip hop song of all times. i don’t know when i’m ever gonne stop playing this! so don’t kill me if you hear it again :p 

Whats the special ingredient in this mix? I go up and down, fast and slow, mixing it up with some hand and tongue play.   Whats the best gig you’ve played recently? I think that has to be Ibiza at the dirtybird residency and Hideout festival. Those were mental!    Whats have you got coming up? I have got a new release coming out on Turbo records and Dirty bird around the fall. really exited about that. and then i got 2 remixes coming after the summer for Druid cloak on Kastle’s label Symbols and also one for Riva Starr ft Chromeo !    And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?  Don’t use those sensitive/ultra thin condoms they always rip!

01.Dj deeon – Dik-N-Ballz 02.L’Renee, Omar S – S.E.X (Conant Gardens Posse remix) 03.Munnibrotherz – Taped 04.Kill Frenzy – It’s not right (Whitney) 05.Secondcity – Got To Move 06.Mak and Pasteman – Jimmy Kendrics 07.Dj Slugo – Hey N lick my clit 08.Justin Martin – Butterflies (Kill Frenzy remix) 09.Nick Monaco – Veni Vidi Vogue 10.Dj Deeon – The Freaks 11.Kill Frenzy – Hurt Somebody 12.Moet & Benson and Velvet Tux – When i come thru 13.Missy elliot – Sock it 2 me (Kaytranada) 14.¥oin – Digits 15.Kill Frenzy – Show You 16.Nicolas Malinowsky – Skateboarder 17.Kill Frenzy & Nick Monaco – Black Girls White Girls 18.Shadow Child – 23 (Zinc remix) 19.Tafo – East West 20.Hannah Wants – Dappy (Kill Frenzy OMG remix) 21.Makam – What ya doin 22.Dj Deeon – The Baddest 23.Maya Jane Coles – Everything ft Karin Park (Breach remix) 24.Kill Frenzy – Booty clap(Justin Martin remix) 25.Adana Twins, Doctor Dru – Juicy fruit(Kill frenzy Biggie Edit)

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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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