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Mix of the Day: Corbi


Corbi is a DJ/Producer, A&R, co-runs FINA records and Melon Bomb and currently a resident for FINA and Melon Bomb parties/label Showcases

A technically gifted DJ, CORBI has roots in hip hop and a passion for organic timeless music with soul and head nodding groove, which is apparent in his music. He is now releasing his own tracks, as well as having previously produced for Deso records, Chapter Edits and FINA radio. A stint at Defected saw him produce their radio show and compile/mix ‘For The Love Of House’ and ‘Sunset Sessions’ compilations.

For his next release he teams up with Anna Wall to take on Queen drummer Roger Taylor’s ‘Two Sharp Pencils (Get Bad)’. The result? One of the most unlikely and essential party records of 2017. Originally released back in 1984, ‘Two Sharp Pencils (Get Bad)’ is a record by Queen drummer Roger Taylor, featuring him on vocals as well as drums, bass & guitar. Now brought bang up to date via a fully official and endorsed remix courtesy of Anna Wall & Corbi, this overlooked album track looks set to become one of the summer’s most essential records.

‘Two Sharp Pencils’ (Anna Wall & Corbi Remix) is out 15 September 2017 on Music For Freaks.

1) Jehan – Le Bal Des Pieuvres
2) Folamour – Night Of Desirable Objects
3) Closed Paradise – Praise
4) Tell – What Can You Do For Me
5) Mood J – Turn Your Love Around
6) Steve Monite – Only You (Frankie Francis Disco Jam Edit)
7) Roger Taylor – Two Sharp Pencils (Anna Wall & Corbi Remix)
8) Coast Dream – Soft Moon
9) Paso – Idocrasy
10) Niles Cooper – Easy Listening Miks Juuc (Khlub Miks)
11) Laurence Guy – Saw You For The First Time
12) Wayne Snow – Nothing Wrong

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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