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Mix of the Day: Paul C & Paolo Martini



With a combined career that spans 40 years in the business, Paul C & Paolo Martini are two of the hottest Italians producers around.

As part of Bini & Martini, Paolo was one half of one of the most prolific house duos at the turn of the century as they toured the globe lending their remix talents to established dance labels like Defected, Strictly Rhythm, AM:PM, Twisted, Universal; as well as many of the worlds biggest pop acts such Jamiroquai, Kylie Minogue, Terence Trent D’Arby, Murk, Armand Van Helden and many, many more.

Meanwhile, Paul C has been honing his production skills since the mid ’90’s and his energetic brand of rhythmic house has seen him release on a host of influential labels himself.   Then in 2010 the pair combined and have worked tirelessly in the studio and not only seen their music supported by many of the industry’s biggest names, but also seen their work feature on labels such as Hot Creations, 8Bit, VIVa, Moon Harbour, Snatch!, Noir, Gruuv, Terminal M, Material, Bedrock amongst many others.  We are excited to welcome them to the Data Transmission Mix of the Day series today, with this killer mix!

Check out their mix below or download it from here

> Paul C & Paolo Martini – Gate 4 (Snatch!)
> Riva Starr – Is It True feat DNCN (Moon Harbour)
> Andrea Oliva – Vermona (Cuttin’ Headz)
> Clio – Reach Out (Roberto Capuano remix) (Krafted)
> Samu.l – Good Die Young (8bit)
> Toni Varga – DDDDisco (The Deepshaker Re-touch) (Safe Music)
> Leon & Simone Liberali – Two Visions (Moan)
> Brett Gould – House Music Is… (Snatch!)
> Steve Lawler – Show The Way (Viva Music)
> Martinez Brothers – Tree Town (Dario D’Attis Vs Simone Vitullo Moods Edit)
> Pele & Shawency – 99 Problems (Desolat)
> Danny Tenaglia feat. Celeda – Music Is the answer (ANOTR Edit)
> Apollo 84 – All Groove With It (Viva Music)

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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