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Mix of the Day: Oscar L


With more than 10 years of international experience behind him, Oscar L is one of the essential names of the Iberian electronic scene. Personality, perseverance and energy define him and are qualities that are also found in his particular sound, a combination of influences and peculiarities that have caught the attention of the best labels on the globe, such as Suara, Toolroom, Truesoul, 1605, Stereo or Material, amongst others, all of them being connoisseurs of the talent and the effectiveness that the productions of the Spanish artist reunite.

A tasteful mixture that have been used to put a good handful of tracks at the top of the Techno and House charts. These capabilities have given Oscar the opportunity to travel the world making the most diverse audiences dance. Dozens of cities from different continents throughout the world have enjoyed the intensity and warmth that his sets transmit to the dance floor. But the diffusion of his music does not end there, for a few years now, Oscar has also been directing his own radio show, D-Mix, which is broadcasted in 16 countries through 90 different stations. Oscar L’s professional framework continues to expand, foreshadowing a prolific future and a privileged position amongst the most outstanding figures of his country.

Oscar L’s ‘Konfusion’ EP is out now on Truesoul, you can grab a copy here

Lexa Hill – Super Tele (Original Mix)
My Cat Snoop – Gangsta (Original Mix)
Iglesias – Dance Me (Original Mix)
Mambo Brothers – Super 800 (Original Mix)
Level Groove – Rokin Straat (Original Mix)
ONNO – Brooklyn Streets (Original Mix)
Oscar L – Synesthesia (Original Mix)
Truth Be Told – AFTRWRK (Prok & Fitch Remix)
Veerus – Stop Stop (Original Mix)
Oscar L – Konfusion (Original Mix)
Kangkuenstler – Dance With Me (Original Mix)
Loco & Jam – Acid Control (Original Mix)
Oscar L – Together (Original Mix)
Chus & Ceballos, Oscar L – Da Da Dam (Original Mix)

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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