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Carl Cox and Jon Rundell announce ‘Pure Intec 4’


Carl Cox and Jon Rundell return for the fourth version of their acclaimed mix series, ‘Pure Intec’, out on Intec.

Pure Intec was originally launched by Carl back in 2004, before being revived a decade later in 2014 with Jon joining Carl on the mix duties for Pure Intec 2. The last album in the series was back in 2016, when Pure Intec 3 hit the airways.

Showcasing the enormous wealth of talent the label has in its catalogue the two mixes weave through releases from the likes of Darren Emerson, Umek, Andres Campo, Sidney Charles, Carlo Lio, Raito, Matt Sassari & D Unity, Avision, Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink, Boris and Frankie Bones to name just a few.

This latest instalment captures both DJ’s firing on all cylinders with over 40 tracks over both DJ mixes, this is one release you won’t want to miss.


Carl Cox Mix

Carl Bee – Bam

Darren Emerson – Catch22

Carbon Electra & Olly Davis – Mussenden

Phutek – Edged

Fabio Neural – Flow Beat

DUnity & Matt Sassari – All I Want Is

Lisa Lashes – Hey Yeah

Fabio Neural – Shy

Dysart – Beyond Reason

Ian O Donovan – Voodoo Doll

Boris – Underground

Jason Fernandes – Royal Free

Frankie Bones – Light It Up

Frank Biazzi – Ravage

Many Reasons – Tube

Avision – Mind Of The Man

Anfisa Letyago – Catch The Spirit

Diego Infanzon – Take This One

Cristian Varela – C-Duct

Mark Greene – What’s Good

Raito – Lost Temple

Frazier & Rudoza – Rotate

Bec – Forward

Darren Emerson – Deadlock

Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink – Syncronised

Jon Rundell Mix

Jason Fernandes – Heath

Sidney Charles – Get Together

Matt Sassari – Brigade Mordor

Luca De Santos – False Dedication

DJ Jock – Tension

Vikthor – Hit The Run

Umek – Percussion Mix 2

Andres Campo – Cyclone

Avision – Choppin

Frazier & Rudosa – Invasion

Frankie Bones – Call It Techno – Carlo Lio Remix

Vikthor – Savage

Frank Biazzi – Reflection

Dj Jock – Outland

Frankie Bones – Call It Techno – Raito Remix

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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