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Mix of the Day: Ray Foxx



Ray Foxx stamped his name into the world with his 8 track Mixtape, containing the huge track ‘The Trumpeter’ which was heavily supported by Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, DJ Target and Trevor Nelson to name just a few. Later that year, supplied with vocals by Lovelle the track moved into the UK dance charts as ‘La Musica’ (Defected) helping to prove that he is a cut above the rest.

Since that moment Ray has been crafting and working on developing his productions and DJ career, which has taken him around the world including massive shows in the UK, Ibiza, Bali, South Africa and all around Europe. Ray Foxx now has a monthly slot on newly re-launched internet station Pyro Radio. This year Ray Foxx has had releases on Billy Kenny’s This Ain’t Bristol with ‘What’s That’ and teamed up with Australia’s LO’99 on ‘The Lick/Vaults’ for Sharam Jey’s label Bunny Tiger. September sees the launch of Ray Foxx’s own label imprint Foxx Head Music, with the debut release coming out at the end of the month.

Cassius – Cassius 99 (Tim Green Remix)
Tuff London – Front Line
Lex Luca – Best Thing About
Siege – Play Me (Original Mix)
Carnao Beats – Bass Dance (Original Mix)
Solardo – The Spot
Electrik Cat – Beat Goin On (Original Mix)
Alaia Gallo – Underground (Lupe Fuentes Remix)
Ray Fox & S.Chu – Ambika (Extended)
Essess – Trust In Me ft. Meleka (Matt Jam Lamont & Scott Diaz Dub)
John Randle – No One Like You (Adam Hyjek Remix)
Disciples – Daylight (Boston Bun Remix)
Jesse Perez – Fake (Original Mix)
Poupon – Touch Me (Original Mix)
Ray Foxx & Dephlex – Jacked Up
Sharam Jey, Sammy W & Alex E – SWAG! (Daniel Fernandes Remix)
Ray Foxx & Lo’99 – The Lick
Lokate – Beat Junkie (Original)
Golf Clap & Mike Millrain – Pick You Up (Ben Mono Remix)
Greco & Made To Move – Can’t Touch This (Original Mix)
Motez – The Vibe ft. Scrufizzer (Astronomar Bot Remix)

Ray Foxx & Dephlex ‘Jacked Up’ is out now on Get Twisted Records’ (iTunes: http://smarturl.it/JackedUpiTunes / Apple: http://smarturl.it/JackedUpApple / Spotify: http://smarturl.it/JackedUpSpotify).

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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