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Lizzie Curious joins the Disco Infiltrators series


The prolific UK producer, DJ & vocalist Lizzie Curious joins the Unlearn:Records family with a true summer anthem.

With two Billboard Number One hits to her name there is no question her music connects with the masses, and the universal message contained in her newest collaboration with Doc Brown rings true today more than ever. Complimented with a stripped down & tough remix from chart regulars Vanilla Ace & Jax D, this is one of those releases sure to be kept in continuous rotation well into the future.

Lizzie Curious is a prolific singer, songwriter, house music producer and DJ from the UK, with two Billboard Number One hits to her name. Recent years have seen Lizzie release music on respected labels such as Toolroom, Let There Be House and Armada, with Fatboy Slim, Mark Knight, Danny Howard all big supporters.  Lizzie is also a tutor for Point Blank Music School and streams several times a week to her devoted Curious Crew on Twitch – a mix of live sets and educational tutorials. 

Today, she drops in on the Disco Infiltrators Mix Series, check out the mix below and grab it here.


Earth N Days – The Change (Original Mix) [There Was Jack]
Federico Scavo – Watchin’ Out (Original Mix) [Toolroom]
Peter Brown & Lizzie Curious – This Feeling (Romy Black Remix) [In It Together]
Alex Preston – Love You Better (Extended Mix)   [Toolroom]
Stacie Fields – The Gift (Extended Mix) [Basement Sounds]
Scotty Boy & Lizzie Curious – Groove Is In The Heart (Block & Crown remix) [Kaisen Records]
Milk & Sugar – Let The Sun Shine (Purple Disco Machine remix) [Milk & Sugar Recs]
Dave Spoon – Steels (Extended Mix) [Toolroom]
Brokenears – C’mon (Original Mix) [Toolroom]
Lizzie Curious & Doc Brown – One Day (Extended Mix) [Unlearn]
David Penn – The Heat (Qubiko remix) [Club Sweat]
Lizzie Curious & James Hurr – In Your House (Extended Mix) [Toolroom]
Lizzie Curious – Ready To Party (Discoplex Remix) [In It Together]
Earth N Days – What You Feel (Original Mix) [There Was Jack]

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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