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Mix of the Day: Andre Crom



Known as globally touring DJ and the man behind OFF Recordings for many years, 2016 sees a massive changes for Andre Crom. He embarked on a journey in many ways, physically (from Berlin to Barcelona), musically (from house to techno), and artistically, from being primarily a DJ, to becoming a full-fledged music producer.

After years of global touring, mostly based on heading a wellknown label, and having coproduced a number of club hits, Crom realized that – few exceptions apart – the foundation of becoming and staying an internationally relevant electronic music artist, is to become a really accomplished producer with a trademark sound.   We recently premiered his new music in ‘Etzu’ which you can check out here

Emotional connection. This is what music is all about; and what makes the “job” of a DJ, producer and also record label A&R so enjoyable: to enjoy intense moments of unity with the audience. It’s Andre Crom’s sets, playing a mix of own productions, unreleased OFF signings, almost forgotten classics and carefully selected new tracks, that are the best proof for his deep and profound love for underground dance music and a good party.

Check out the mix below or download it from here

0.00 Silent Servant & Function – Violencia
4.00 – Z.I.P.P.O – Orbit
8.30 – Steve Rachmad – Virton Upgraded – Ben Klock remix
13.30 – Will & Ink – Second Carol
19.30 – Slam – Resume
24.30 – 2000 And One – Wrangel Calling
28.00 – Gingy feat. Starving Yet Full – RAPT (Serge & Tyrell Dub)
32.00 – Dave Clarke – Southside
35.30 – Johannes Heil – By Night, Part Three
39.30 – Karim Sahraoui – Book Of Life – Dast Remix
45.00 – Roberto – Tiziani
49.30 – Ghost Culture – Multiply
55.30 – Andre Crom – Aestas
60.00 – Hackman – Semibreves (Epiphylogentically Enumerated Reset by KiNK)

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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