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Mix of the Day: Drunken Kong


Drunken Kong is the project of D. Singh and DJ Kyoko. In 2010, the two started their project when one day, they suddenly decided to make a track together.

They have been releasing music on major international labels such as Christian Smith`s Tronic, Monika Kruse`s Terminal M, Transmit Recordings, Loose Records,!Organism, and Unity Records. All 7 tracks of their newest EPs on Tronic and Terminal M have entered Beatport Top 100 Techno chart at the same time, which has made an impact on the Asian and global techno scene. The duo has also been active with domestic label such as Session WOMB and Plus Record.

They have been constantly active in the Tokyo techno scene, playing regularly at major Tokyo clubs such as WOMB, Ageha, Unit, Vent and Sankeys TYO. The two have also started their own resident party “INTENTION” at WOMB, inviting artists such as Christian Smith, Uto Karem, Nathan Barato, Arjun Vagale and Jewel-Kid to Tokyo while also expanding their musical influence to other regions of Asia.

Ahead of them playing at Egg London’s Hollywood Forever ‘A Halloween Transmission’ with Christian Smith, Matt Sassari, DJ Spen & Karizma back 2 back on The Terrace, Mirco Caruso on Saturday 28th October – they drop in our mix of the day series!

For tickets head to http://www.egglondon.co.uk/


01.Cari Lekebusch – Cygnus [H-Productions]
02.Kreisel – Rumor
03.Christian Smith & 2pole – Snake [Tronic]
04.Dolby D & Matt Mus – Vengeance (M.I.D.I. Remix) [Electrovino Records]
05.Durtysoxxx, Dino Maggiorana – Hide & Seek [Funk n’ Deep Records]
06.Drunken Kong – Look Around
07.Spartaque & Alan Wools – Elements [Codex Recordings]
08.Drunken Kong – Origin [Terminal M]
09.Christian Smith & Victor Ruiz – The Runner [Tronic]
10.Cari Lekebusch – Anatidae [H-Productions]
11.Loco & Jam – Argentina [Terminal M]
12.Christian Smith and DRUNKEN KONG – Shiki [Tronic]
13.Maetrik – Cortex 11-b [Clash Lion]
14.Drunken Kong – Tomorrow

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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