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Throwback Thursday: Moby



On the 7th May 2010 Moby dropped us a mix for our Podcast series, the 18th person to join the series, we were very excited and wrote this about it.  We thought we’d reupload it for you all to check out once more in a new Throwback Thursday Mix series.

“Moby still very much likes to bang it out. Although his albums in recent years have shown a much mellower side to his musical personailty than the rave madness of classics like Go and the industrial 1000, his renewed vigour for DJing over the past couple of years has displayed a love for filthy fidget house, chunky techno, and big-riffed euphoric electro house. He’s once again a relevant dancefloor force both behind and away from the decks – and this chunky, dirty, thumping mix for us shows that he still knows how to handle a dancefloor. Or a podcast.”

Tracklist:DJ Sender – Operator (Dabruck & Klein Remix) [Send]Moby – Live For Tomorrow (Tocadisco Remix) [Mute]Mar-T – Gentlemen (John Dahlbäck Remix) [WOW!]Klaus Hill – Dirt Driver [Potty Mouth]Hoxton Whores – In The Bag (Tocadisco Remix)[Hoxton Whores]Moby – Alice (General Midi Remix) [Mute]Kidda – Under The Sun (Hervé Remix) [Skint]Machines Don’t Care – Afro Jacker [Machines Don’t Care]Stupid Fresh – Stretch The Canvas [Vacation]Jude Sebastian – Rubber Man (Miles Dyson Remix) [Erase]Moby – The Stars (AC Slater Remix) [Mute]Sami Saari – The Punch [Captured Music]Math Head – Turn The Music Up (AC Slater Remix) [Palms Out Sounds]

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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