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Mix of the Day: Sydney Blu


Sydney Blu continues to establish herself as one of the top electronic producers and DJ’s in the world. Her passion for success, hit singles on the Beatport charts, extensive global touring and musical creativity has Sydney at the top of the electronic music scene.

In 2009, Sydney Blu founded her very own imprint Blu Music, which has produced several chart-topping singles over the years. Sydney has also released music on some of the most recognized labels in the industry including Mau5trap, Black Hole Recordings, Hotfingers, and Toolroom. Her release ‘Give It Up For Me’ on Mau5trap Recordings was one of Beatport’s highest selling songs, making Sydney the first female electronic music producer to ever have a top 10 hit on the website.

A large part of Sydney’s success is attributed to the relentless touring schedule that she’s upheld over the years. In the spring of 2010, Sydney set-up a residency in Miami, Florida with Opium Group at Mansion Miami, the hottest club in South Beach that lasted 2 years. Quickly thereafter, headlining North American performances followed including Pacha NYC, Space Miami, Avalon Los Angeles, Beta Denver and then in November 2011, at the Rogers Centre Toronto where she closed out the Deadmau5 Meowingtons Hax Tour before 25,000 thousand fans, making it one of the largest solo dance event’s in Canadian history.

We are excited to bring her to the Mix of the Day Series.

1 Sydney Blu – Momento (VIVa)
2 Joeski, David Herrero -Rise Up (Maya)
3 Martin Ikin – Warrior Call (Toolroom)
4 Sydney Blu – You Know How it Goes
5 Jacky (UK) – Apache (Red Lunar Records)
6 Apollo 84 – Toasted (VIVa)
7 Sydney Blu – Incognito
8 Habischman – Moan (Knee Deep in Sound)
9 Mendo – Alida (Material)
10 Sydney Blu, Soundsex, Josh Wetherington – Jackrabbit (Playm)

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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