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Mix of the Day: George Kwali


Brighton born George Kwali is one of the UK’s most exciting new talents.

His tribal house dancefloor smash, ‘Crank It’, a collaboration with fellow Brightonian Kideko, was one of the tracks of 2016, hitting No.1 in the R1 Dance Chart and being crowned as the “Hottest Record in the World” by Annie Mac, plus Danny Howard’s Future Anthem. With spins from such diverse names as Armand van Helden, Oliver Heldens, Gorgon City, Disciples, Blonde, The Magician, Afrojack, Tiësto and many more, ‘Crank It’ held a firm spot in the Beatport Top 100 for several months.

He follows that up with his new single ‘Dance With You’ on TMTR, which is out now, it’s catchy bass-infused house cut featuring the sultry vocals of Clare Coogan is already setting dance-floors alight. In addition to producing, George has made a name for himself as a DJ having headlined at some of the most iconic venues in the country, including at sell-out events at Egg London, Electric Brixton and he has several festival appearances lined up for summer 2017.

He drops in on our Mix of the Day Series today, Crank it up!

01. Mele – Sleepless
02. Nick Rockwell – Work That Shit
03. Sirus Hood, Sammy W & Alex E – What They Do (Anek Remix)
04. Solardo – The Aztecs
05. Westend – All Night
06. Chez Mood – Don’t Need You Any More (James Curd Remix)
07. Kevin McKay & Andy McDougall – Don’t Need You Any More
08. David Jach – Cracking Drop
09. Infinity Ink – Full Capacity (Nathan Barato Moov Remix)
10. Emanuel Satie – Paffos Riff
11. System 2 – Fandango (Jacky Remix)
12. Prok & Fitch – Tears (Latmun Remix)
13. ID – ID
14. Pnau – Chameleon (Kormak Remix)
15. Sante Sansone – Rising
16. Andrea Olivia – Vermona

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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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