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Roger That joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Roger That has gone from strength to strength in a short time after playing his first set at Egg Ldn in April 2015!

He’s since gone on to play of some of the biggest clubs/brands in the country, he’s made many appearances for Abode playing for them at Studio 338, Ministry Of Sound, The Source as well as Sankeys Ibiza on a couple of occasions! Roger has also made quite a name for himself at The Source Maidstone of that]e last 12 months with appearances for the likes of Defected and Do Not Sleep as well as playing the last two Social festivals and there Aftr Street parties back at The Source! Roger stepped into the production world in 2016 with his track “Get Down” which went out as a free download for D-Vine sounds which had great support from the likes of Darius Syrossian and more.

He’s since kept his foot on the gas with the production in 2017 seeing him collab with K&K on a track called “That Way’ which was released on Sleazy Deep, this raced up the House charts with support on Kiss Fm and much more! Roger also signed 2 other eps this year, one to Cutting edge Material and the other to Sleazy Deep!

With all this going on in 2017 Roger also launched a brand called Habitat in June and after after 3 events this year at The Source it really is a popular party!

Track list
1. Kevin Knapp – Drug Birds
2. Roger That – Talking
3. Jesse Calosso – Not Valid
4. Detlef – Deep Dip Deep
5. Andrea Giudice, Sergio Sergi – Pigghio
6. Skapes – Drop The Pressure
7. GW Harrison – Spaceman
8. Steve Lawler & Darius Syrossian – Back To The Future (Max Chapman remix)
9. James Parker – Hauz Thing
10. TeeTee – Track 1
11. Andrea Giudice – Lets Go
12. Supernova – 2 Get Her
13. Illyus & Barrientos – The Ruler
14. K&K Vs Roger That – That Way
15. Antony Dyer – Justin’s Night Out
16. Roger That – Take Me Back
17. Bootshonk – White Ghost
18. Roger That – Robots
19. The Bucketheads – The Bomb (Max Chapman & George Smeddles edit)
20. Ceaser Bass Romero – 514 (Fabian Argomedo Remix)
21. Electronic Youth, Alex Hart – Wish I Didn’t Miss You

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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