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Seamless 10th Anniversary Boat Party and Pacha London



Seamless Records are turning 10 years old on Saturday 5th July and they are having a joint Boat Party and Pacha London event with Move to celebrate.

Heading up The Golden Jubilee boat party leaving from Westminster Pier in the afternoon of the 5th are DJs Graham Sahara, Seb Fontaine, John Moss, and supported by Momentum DJs for 4 hours of sailing down The Thames madness, then its all to Pacha for round two of the party where they welcome duo Sneaky Sound System formed by Powerhouse singer Miss Connie and producer extraordinaire Black Angus are joined by London legend, Seb Fontaine & Timo Garcia to complement a characteristic Pure Pacha line-up.

Launched in 2004 off the back of creating the bargrooves series, Seamless Recordings quickly gained a reputation for quality music compilations.  Now one of the leading labels in branded compilations with a long list of ultra-cool hotels, clubs, bars and beach clubs mixed by a veritable Who’s Who in the electronic music scene.  Brands such as El Chiringuito, Purobeach, Gecko Beach, Boutique Hostal Salinas, Savannah Ibiza and Ocean Beach Ibiza, After Dark at We Love Space, Crèche at Gatecrasher and Flying Circus at Sankeys compiled and mixed by the likes of Groove Armada, PBR Streetgang, Kenny Dope, Audiofly, Blond:ish, Cozzy D, Alexis Raphael, Pete Gooding, Chris Coco, Graham Sahara, Timo Garcia, Tom Crane and many others.  Combined with its in-house series Crowd Pleasers and Best Nights Ever and many artist albums (9inCommon, Minus Blue, T_Mo etc), Seamless is a solid consistent releaser of quality electronic music across multiple genres, with over 20 albums being released both physically and digitally.  

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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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