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Mix Of The Day: Exclusive Eli & Fur Mix



The best duos have often known each for long time, from Modeselektor to Daft Punk the feeling you get when meeting these acts is firmly they are one musical entity and this often springs from a long lasting friendship.

Fast forward to London 2014 and you have a pairing who certainly fulfil that first criteria in Eli & Fur with the two being firm friends since meeting in college age 16.  Now in their twenties and making serious waves in the electronic music scene ever since that eventful meeting back at college wherein the DJing side of their musical path began to take shape; formed by their passions for design and music.

Their sets are influenced by a wide range of electronic club music, from old school Chicago classics to contemporary house and tech house. Working without an agent the girls have chased all and any opportunities for DJ slots, managing to get their hands on a selection of great gigs in and around London and as far a field as Tokyo and Los Angeles. So following a series of stand out releases, including ‘Nightmares’, which was supported by the likes of Monki, Russ Chimes and Rudimental, London’s freshest sounding producer duo Eli & Fur have an exciting year ahead of them with some big releases and collaborations on the horizon.

Now to celebrate their teaming up with Becky Tong’s night Juicebox for their second NYX night/launch party for their new track ‘Seeing Is Believing’ with Shadowchild on the 24th April at Notting Hill Arts Club we’ve secured their considerable talents for our mix of the day series with this exclusive mix.

Let’s start the weekend early!


Set Me Free (A1 Bassline Nostalgic Mix)- Marc RomboyApollo (Forrest ‘Low Blow’ Remix)-Reto ArdourLike You- Hot Since 82Work-AdenPayback- JR 9T8- DuskyDeep Inside (Shadow Child VIP) -HardriveLove in me (Maceo Plex Remix) – Laura Jones Hot for you- Raffa FLUnderstand-EliphinoNoise & Girls- (German Brigante Remix) – Smash tv Esperanto Juggler-DuskyLong Summer nIght- Huxley

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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