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Mix of the Day: LongPlay



RM Records Label Founders & owners LongPlay are London based DJ’s, producers & long time friends Andy King and Dave Winney.

The duo have been making strides ever since their debut track, Gotta release, was snapped up by the reputable London based label Nocturnal Groove in 2013. Following on from that was the release of their debut EP Aspects on the Leeds based label Love not Money Records, which saw the track, Pick em Up, reach no.5 in the Traxsource House chart, being supported by the likes of Claptone, Sonny Fodera and Low Steppa.

You will find influences from 90’s garage, house, disco and techno in the guys productions as well as their DJ sets and have been championed for always bringing that ‘House Party” vibe to the club. LongPlay are working harder than ever and have been on remix duties for NY’s Finest classic house cut, Do You Feel Me, due out towards the end of the summer, aswell as developing their own label RM Records.

Longplay join TAKE Christmas Party with Huxley & Ejeca, as TAKE round off the year with one of their biggest events to date taking place in the heart of the capital at Fire London on Saturday 17th December for a huge Christmas Special (get tickets here). We welcome to the Mix of the Day Series today, check it out below or download it from here!

1. Hubert Clarke Jnr – No Look For Trouble
2. Thatmanmonkz – Burnin’ Up
3. Hugo Lx – Breakfast at Ronny’s
4. Joh Butler – What Is Real?
5. Djebali – Juicy Street
6. LongPlay – Coke No Ice
7. Black Riot – A Day In The Life
8. Italobros – Get Around
9. Drop 2 Jump – Green Light
10. LongPlay – Lood Flute Dub
11. Dale Howard – Overdub
12. Ki Creighton – Never Enough
13. LongPlay – We The People

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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