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Extrawelt’s “Summer is Overrated” Chart



Ahead of their Live performance at We Concur at Oval Space, Arne from Extrawelt has chosen a great  “Summer is Overrated” Chart’

We Concur is an all day and all night affair, running from 2pm right through to 6am and will see the much loved London club have its sound system full beefed up for the occasion. Putting it through its paces will be the quality likes of Michael Mayer, Extrawelt live, Alex Niggemann, Christian Loffler also will be label affiliate, minimal producer and deep-digging DJ, Robag Wruhme and, Rachel Lyn
Aidan Doherty, Qash and Tom Law complete the proceedings.

You can grab Tickets from RA


Fotomachine – Neo Geo (Blueberry)
“Amazing take on freshening up some old ‘schoolish’ electro.. Carries a great strength and majestic feel, clever arrangement too. It was recently released on Falty DL’s excellent Blueberry label and his own A-Side “Flesch” is great too .. and certainly the Ren & Stimpy-kaleidoscope-artwork gets the extra points”


Skee Mask – Junt (Ilian Tape)
“A Skee Mask in the summer is totally underrated! 🙂 Not a typical summer tune here even icy but i am really into his stuff. I like its classy, heavy calmness with really not much in it at all.”


Maffi – Bad Memory Version (Jahtari)
“8 bit sunshine! A crew from Denmark on the unbeatable Jahtari label run by “Disrupt”. This is definitely summerly now, isn’t it!?”


Wrong Steps – GREY (H+P)
“Fresh, sweet and flavoured, doing it right like ice cream.. Seems to be not the usual production by Wrong Steps but this is really good. Love everything about it, nice balance between sadness and hope.”



Dfalt – Total Recall (Modular)
“Sunshine on Mulholland Drive.. I just recently discovered Dfalt who is hailing from the US and this is my favourite track from his Blackbook EP. Shortly after he released an album on Plug Research which offers some real nuggets too.” 

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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