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Striking out in style last year, the London pair’s breakthrough smash ‘Flo Jam’ ended up being named iTunes Dance Single Of The Year, while their contribution to BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix was named in the top three of the year by the Essential Mix team. Going from strength to strength in 2013, Dusky’s Beatport deep house #1 ‘Nobody Else’ on Aus has already gone down as one of this year’s underground anthems with a string of quality releases following it.

This Fall Dusky will play an extended fourteen date North American tour, announced on the heels of their ‘Mr Man’ single for Anjunadeep – which has been supported by Sasha, Disclosure and Eats Everything. The tour will also coincide with Dusky’s forthcoming  September release for Aus.

At the epicenter of house’s hybridization, Dusky have released records on Will Saul’s imprint Simple and its left-of-centre sister label, Aus, Breach’s Naked Naked, Loefah’s underground imprint School and deep melodic house bastion, Anjunadeep. It’s a diverse discography that puts them in a unique and enviable position; championed by BBC Radio 1 as well as underground tastemakers like Rinse FM, and supported by DJs as diverse as Boddika, Pete Tong, Skream, Maya Jane Coles and Loefah.

  • ‘Mr Man’ out now on Anjunadeep
  • Forthcoming EP on Aus out September  

Check out the Tour dates below:

Monday 2nd September – Montreal, Piknic ElectronikThursday 5th September – Miami, TreehouseFriday 6th September – Washington DC, U HallSaturday 7th September – NYC, VerbotenSunday 8th September – Burlington, MetronomeTuesday 10th September – Los Angeles, DMSFriday 13th September – San Francisco, MonarchSaturday 14th September – San Diego, Bang BangSunday 15th September – Mexico City, TerrazaWednesday 25th September – Phoenix, BarsmithThursday 26th September – Albuquerque, EffexFriday 27th September – Denver, NoradSaturday 28th September – Seattle, Decibel FestivalSunday 29th September – TomorrowWorld

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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