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Mix of the Day: FooR


FooR are a four-piece collective of producers, musicians and DJs at the forefront of the current UK Garage revival, and with the anthem of the summer locked and loaded.

The sound of UK Garage has always had a stronghold in the capital and throughout the home nations, but over the last few years its influence has become more internationally prevalent than ever. And right at the centre of the movement are FooR, the Southampton-based act championing the garage sound for a new generation. Our debut transmission ‘3 Words’ is a garage anthem in the making.

To celebrate the release ‘3 Words’ which is Out Now, here! and ahead of their performance at the UK’s Biggest Indoor Winter Music Festival, formerly The Big Reunion re-launched as TWSTD Festival for 2017, a 10,000 strong rave-up at Butlins in Skegness over 17th-19th November & 24th-26th November where they join Hannah Wants, Sigma DJ Set, Disciplesand Tom Zanetti & K.O Kane!, My Nu Leng, Kissy Sell OutDanny Howard, Riton, Holy Goof, Artful Dodger, George KwaliKideko, Barely Legal, Jamie Duggan plus many more, they join our Mix of the Day Series today!

1. FooR Feat Effie – 3 Words
2. Imani FT. Sigala & Blonde – Dont Need No Money (Marc Baigent & Element Z remix)
3. Control-S Feat Sweet Female Attitude – I Quit
4. Endor – Give Me More
6. Zed Bias & Shermanology – Love Don’t Love Me
7. Like Son – Freakin (FooR Remix)
8. Camilla Destiny – Sunset (Control-S Remix)
9. Maddy – Under A Spell (Bad Habit Remix)
10. Zed Bias – Been Here Before
11. TIEKS – Sing That Song (feat. Celeste) [All About She Remix]
12. Moony – Be Your Only
13. Kirby – 9T9
14. MOAD – Hype Mate
15. MOAD – Yoot
16. Kissy Sell Out – Sweet Toy (Wittyboy Remix)
17. Smokey ‘Bubblin’ B – Broken Bones
18. Redlight Feat Ms Dynamite – What You Talking About (Arridm Remix)
19. Deadly Habitz – Bubblin’ Crew
20. Lisa Maffia – Whagwan
21. MOAD – Boom Ting

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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