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Lex Luca delivers us a Chilled Mix


As a producer Lex Luca has had a sleuth of releases on some of the scene’s biggest imprints, including Cr2 Trax, Love & Other, Dopewax, Roger Sanchez’ Undr The Radr and more. He’s garnered a sound characterized by up-tempo house beats, and a knack for harnessing the best of vocal cues, dropping them into the sweet spots of his productions. Just check out the widely supported vocal number ‘Best Thing About’ – which was picked up by Danny Howard for his Friday Fire selection.

More recently, Lex remixed the Jaguar Skills track ‘Fly’ on Viper Recordings, one his biggest numbers to date. As a DJ Lex is no stranger to the global clubbing circuit, supporting the likes of Dubfire, Coyu, Louie Vega, Todd Terry, David Morales, Marshall Jefferson, Eli & Fur, and more, finessing his skills to select the opportune music for the moving crowds.

The Ibiza Underground series presented by Cr2 Records is fast becoming a seasoned benchmark in every DJ’s calendar. Home to the latest, and best in top-tier records for the club scene, it is compiled by the very best, touring selectors, and 2017’s iteration is of no exception, which this year is mixed by Lex. To promote the release we’d thought we’d ask him to give something a bit left of field and deliver us a chilled mix to get you relaxed or ease you in to a day.

Lex Luca Presents Ibiza Underground is out on Cr2 Records on Friday 25th August, Pre-order from http://smarturl.it/IbizaULexLuca

Soul Jazz Orchestra – Awakening
Tall Black Guy – Water No Enemy
ID – Love Life
ID – Big BW
Erykah Badu – I Want You
Prince – Sign O The Times
Gang Colours – On Compton Bay
Smiles Davis x Bosco – Morning Blues
Jill Scott – Lovely Day
Mala – Calle F
Tora – Another Case
Jocelyn – I A m the Black Gold Of The Sun
Ghost Poet – Cash & Carry Me Home ft Kano
Robert Glasper – All Matter ft Bilal
Roberto Fonseca – Bibisa ft Fatoumata Diawara
Gang Colours – To Repel Ghosts

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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