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Premiere: V.I.O & Dwayne Pinnock – Dope Jam


After the success of their ADE Sampler 2017, the OVRDOSE imprint are back with their next V.A in ‘Ovrdose On Music, Vol. 1’, due out on 20th November.

With a passion for quality house music, connecting with other DJ’s around the globe, throwing unforgettable parties and even cool merchandise, MENESIX founded OVRDOSE Records early 2017, to focus on talented artists who share the same passion for music as he does. For the latest compilation they’ve stuck to just that and have recruited some of the finest new talent around from DJOKO, Rich Pinder, Deeper Purpose, Pinto, HANNS, Ben Read & Joval. Also includes originals from label regulars Mistrix, ALBT, Noah Petersen Music, Michael Clementi, MENESIX, PINCO, Max Kernmayer, V.I.O music & Dwayne Pinnock.

With the early beginnings looking very promising, OVRDOSE is truly a name to be reckoned with in the foreseeable future – today we premiere V.I.O & Dwayne Pinnock’s ‘Dope Jam’ of the compilation.

1 – DJOKO – Whack Ass (Original Mix)
2 – ALBT – Compound (Original Mix)
3 – Deeper Purpose – Back (Original Mix)
4 – Rich Pinder – Walk Right In (Original Mix)
5 – HANNS – Step Up (Original Mix)
6 – Mistrix – 4th Kind (Original Mix)
7 – PINTO (NYC) – Don’t Stop (Original Mix)
8 – MENESIX – When To Stop (Original Mix)
9 – More Than Friends – System Critical (Original Mix)
10 – Noah Petersen – Momentum (Original Mix)
11 – Max Kernmayer – What Is What (Original Mix)
12 – V.I.O & Dwayne Pinnock – Dope Jam (Original Mix)
13 – Pinco – Just Don’t Call Me Up (Original Mix)
14 – Ben Read – I’m Addicted (Original Mix)
15 – Joval – The Fly (Original Mix)

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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