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348 – Kirin Rider

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We are hitting the new talent hard with todays podcast which as you know we like it that way every now and then and after rocking our Rumpus Roof party in Miami at WMC earlier in the year we thought this next candidate deserved a space on our podcast.  With already releases on Worthy’s Anabatic Records and remixes on Perfect Driver Music. We’d like to bring you the very talent booty bass shaking Kirin Rider to the Data Transmission Podcast.  Shake that Arse!Sum up this podcast in 10 words… A little bit of everything I am listening to and playing right now. Also an ode to all of my homies making amazing music right now! This is an ode to you guys!What’s your personal favorite track on it? Theres no way I can pick but my favorite track of 2013 and possibly of this mix is: Tanka – Salwa (Mark Starr Remix)What’s the special ingredient in this mix? Genuineness…this is me.What’s the best gig you’ve played recently? Probably my mini tour with Mark Starr. My favorite travel buddy for road trips!What have you got coming up? Looking at some things in NY, Miami, and LA.And finally, do you have a special message for our readers? Listen to what makes your booty shake and don’t pay attention to genres. Once you think you understand them, they will change.Tracklisting 1. Alix Perez – Chroma Chords (Original Mix)        2. Kill Frenzy – Stay Gold – Stay X Gold Music    3. Dimitry Liss, Kevin Bassett – Nothing In Particular feat. Kevin Bassett 4. Mark Starr – Rood Boy (B-Ju Remix)    5. Tanka – Salwa – Mark Starr Remix 6. Aaron Snapes – Whatcha Wanna Do (Wood Holly Remix) 7. CHUBBA – Moody 8. Dark Sky, Breach – The Click / Fallout    9. Wood Holly – Bowser 10. RC Noize – It Sounds Good To Me (Kirin Rider Remix) 11. Sluggers – Turbo Fade (Mark Starr Remix) v2    12.Aaron Snapes – Drum Beats (Kirin Rider Remix) 13. Gami – Dump Squad (Mark Starr’s Stripped Remix) 14. Kry Wolf – Concrete (Woz Remix) 15. JASON BURNS – PSALMS (MARK STARR REMIX [sounds of sumo]        16. Kingdom – Corpse (Original Mix) 17. Ten Walls – Gotham (Original Mix)

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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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