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Mix of the Day: Eli Brown


For anyone that’s been on Data Transmission this year, you will be familiar with the talent, who has emerged from the shadows of Bristol’s fabled drum and bass scene, Eli Brown is now moving forward in the house world with his dark high-energy productions.

Unconstrained by musical boundaries but still channelling his sonic roots, Brown is merging weighty Bristol bass lines with classic vocal hooks and caustic synth melodies. He’s crafting a twisted take on club music that will undoubtedly become a dancefloor staple. He made his debut in December 2016 with Can You Feel It / Acid Test on Skream’s Of Unsound Mind imprint, and followed this up with the Got The Power EP in April 2017.

With labels like Steve Lawler’s Viva Music (3am EP May 2017), Toolroom Records and Lee Foss’s Repopulate Mars giving Brown a platform, he’s gained support from established figures in the house world – and the list is growing.

With more in store this year – including a monstrous collaboration with Skream – it won’t be long until Eli Brown becomes a defining figure in the house music canon.

Tim Baresko – Fragment
Alexis Rapheal – Its kinda Jazzy
Anotr – Boogieman
Eli Brown – Tech This Out
Danny Serano – Garden
My Cat Snoop – Cant Quit
Inducive – Warehoise shit – Riva star Edit
Format B – Super Pit
Camel Phat – Monsters
Eli Brown – Play the game
Truth be told – Afterwrk – Prok & Fitch Remix
Tennan – Everyday – Detlef remix
Jaden Thomas – Billz
Wasabi – Renegate Masta
Eli Brown – Blow up the speakers
Will Carke – Booty Percolatin
Pax – Power
Eli Brown – Its all about
Davina Moss – Peris
Apollo 84 – Loco Loco
Eli Brown – Burning
COZ – You’ve been served up
Eli Brown – Hysteria

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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