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Mix of the Day: Hauswerks


Producer, DJ and go-to studio engineer for many of electronic music’s elite: Hauswerks has set himself apart from the crowd via an irresistible blend of technical know-how and musical creativity. And with champions including Hot Creations, Avotre and elrow, if you’re someone who values quality house music, he’s without question someone you should get to know.

A childhood of spending your lunch money on Jungle records, reading your older brothers Eternity magazine and amassing rave- tapes does a lot to a person. Underground music culture becomes a part of your DNA and no matter how hard the ‘real world’ tells you to do something sensible, it just doesn’t resonate. Fast-forward a few years, and Hauswerks is recognised as one of the most creative and accomplished electronic artists in the game.

Hauswerks’ music hits you right below the waist. His unforeseen fills, off-kilter samples and warping vocals effortlessly flow from his insanely infectious grooves – creating throbbing terrace bombs that speak a language of their own. And whilst his preferred tempos may have slowed down over the years, his obsession with grooves is more prominent than ever, leading to him being the go-to engineer for globally recognised names such as Steve Lawler, Doorly and Mark Knight.

Hauswerks plays at Taste the Punch Ibiza on Friday 18th August with DJ Sneak, Stefano Noferini, Ellie Cocks, Lee Walker, Too Tall – for all the upcoming line-ups check here

1. Basti Grub – Sonata Barnet
2. Roberto Surace – Evergreen
3. Italo Bros – Overiu (Hauswerks Remix)
4. Soul Speech – Soul Speech
5. Drastic Duo – Easy beat (Hauswerks Remix)
6. Stanny Abram – Talk Machine (Alaan H Remix)
7. Hauswerks – The Reed Dance
8. David Herrero – Silver Town (Ellroy Remix)
9. Jader Ag – Bring Back The Funk (Off Key Remix)
10. Hauswerks – Let It Be
11. ID
12. Luca m & Wolf Story – Omega
13. Leonardo Gonnelli – Face To Face (Daniel Sanchez Remix)
14. Russ Yallop – Raptor

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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