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Over the past few years, EDX a.k.a. Maurizio Colella has made a name for himself in the international EDM scene, headlining the world’s finest clubs and festivals to crowds in excess of 60,000 – from Miami to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, São Paolo, Rio de Janeiro, Seoul, Taipei, all the way to Sydney. The chart topping Switzerland-based DJ/Producer has worked with some of the biggest names in music including Axwell, Benny Benassi, Kelis, Deadmau5, Armand Van Helden, Bob Sinclar, Kool & The Gang, Kaskade, Armin Van Buuren, Steve Angello of the Swedish House Mafia, Dubfire and many others. His remixes have been consistently featured on various DJ charts such as the DMC Buzz, Cool Cuts and Beatport and was even ranked in the TOP 3 of Beatport’s Best Progressive House Artist alongside Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz. He recently launched his weekly radio show ‘No Xcuses’ on SIRIUS XM’s Electric Area Channel and his recent release ‘Breathin’ came out through Spinnin Deep in the summer, we are excited to have EDX on the Data Transmission podcast, lets get Monday started with a bang so turn it up loud!

  Sum up this podcast in 10 words… Exclusive, sexy house with a touch of class and vibe! What’s your personal favourite track on it? I love Pets by Deadmau5 and Uruguay by Nora En Pure… These are my favs! What’s the special ingredient in this mix? It’s sexy and filled up with a lot of exclusive tunes I personally like a lot. What’s the best gig you’ve played recently?  There was a lot best gigs during 2 decades of the EDX journey. If you want me to pick one of 2014. It’s definitely my show at EMF in Guatemala. It was such a great feel to see all the love coming from only one country. Still buzzing from that moment. What have you got coming up?  I just finished two new remixes, 1 for Above & Beyond and another one for Sandy Rivera, one of my house music idols from back when house music was super soulful. Hopefully this sound will come back. I’ll be releasing these very soon, as well as Make Me Feel Good and there will be a brand new music video for Cool You Off on the music end. Touring is playing a major role in my schedule at the moment right through to the end of the year period, there’s lot’s of flights and lot’s of smiling faces all around the world! I’m really looking forward to meeting all of these music enthusiastic friends and fans on the road.  And finally, do you have a special message for our readers? Always keep your smile UP! #NoXcuses 

Tracklist 1. Deadmau5 – Pets (Mix Show Edit) [Mau5Trap] 2. Dirty South ft. Sam Martin – Unbreakable (Club Edit) [Astralwerks]** 3. Bass Kleph – That’s What’s Up (Original Mix) [Hysteria Records] 4. Arno Cost & Norman Doray vs Route 54 – My Apocalypse Love (I Am Sam Mashup) [Promo]*/** 5. New World Sound – How To Twerk (Original Mix) [Le7els] 6. Mischa Daniels – Rolling In The Bass (Original Mix)[Fame] 7. Dr. Kucho & Gregor Salto – Can’t Stop Playing (OliverHeldens & Gregor Salto Remix) [Spinnin]** 8. Nora En Pure & Sons Of Maria – Uruguay (Original Mix) [Enormous Tunes] 9. Sam Smith – I’m Not The Only One (Armand VanHelden Remix) [Capitol]** 10. The Writers Block – Don’t Look Any Further (Extended Mix) [Ultra]** 11. Johnny Corporate – Sunday Shoutin’ (Sonny FoderaRemix) [Defected] 12. Daloops – Is This Love [Wetlook Records]** 13. Lane 8 feat. Bipolar Sunshine – I Got What You Need Every Night (Extended) [Anjunadeep]

EDX Plays Ministry of Sounds 23rd Birthday on 20th September in London, you can grab tickets below:

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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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