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Mix of the Day: Chelina Manuhutu



Amsterdam born Chelina, was surround by music growing up with her family. He father was in a latin rock band, and her mother was a professional ballet dancer. Her older brother started to DJ and mix tracks on decks he had at their family home when she was around 13. She was fascinated and he became a big influence to her during her teen years.

After a modelling career, she decided to change direction and during a trip to Ibiza, playing some venues and parties, she was eventually discovered by  The Blue Marlin in 2011. Since that point, the Blue Marlin have pushed Chelina, where she has been a regular at the venue for the past few years. This obviously lead to her exposure on the island and bought interest in the form of a manager and booking agent which helped her to progress and secure some fantastic shows and venues. She has over 20 gigs this summer in Ibiza alone, making her mark at Sankeys along with 8 confirmed gigs for Solomun at Pacha and 2 for Nic Fanciulli’s “We Are The Night”.

Check out her mix below or Download it Here

Track List
Try to Say (Original Mix) – Papa Marlin
Hard Day (Original Mx) – Shiba San
The Drums (feat. Kevin Knapp) (Original Mix) – Kevin Knapp, Richy Ahmed
Coke Whore (Original Mix) – Jay Kurmis
48 Crash (Digital bonus) – Paul C, Paolo Martini
Visions (Original Mix) – Burnski
Love (Ahmet Sisman Remix) – Franco Cazzola
Transient Control (Original Mix) – Kreature
808ish – Limitless, Harry Ley
Your Body – Emanuel Satie
Ralf The Dog (Original Mix) – Francisco Allendes, Paola Poletto
True Madhouse (Original Mix) – Shosho, Shoker
Always (Original Mix) – Tiga
Woom (Original Mix) -Paul C, Paolo Martini
Bassline (Original Mix) – Leon, Pirupa
Keep On Goin (Original Mix) – Marcelo Cura
Un Vrai Portugais (Original Mix) – Apollonia

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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