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Alam delivers an Epizode Spotlight Mix



Having always been obsessed with music, Alam decided to push himself by testing the waters of his musical inspiration.

Today, this DJ/Producer has made a name for himself, not only is he one of the core people behind leading event company Ohrwurm, he has definitely proven himself as he is considered as one of the prominent generation of DJs firing up the local and international clubbing scene. Alam has always been upfront with what he does; showing his versatility by mixing different forms of style and genre, with his smooth blends of house music to his unique selection of techno grooves. Regardless, he manages to deliver an experience of sound, which always leaves the crowd with wanting more.

Since beginning his career 15 years ago, Alam has held up residencies at most of the major venues around town, including Kuala Lumpur’s premier underground club; The Backroom*KL, while making guest appearances at the legendary Zouk Club, Echo Bar and Ministry of Sound. Over the years, Alam has extended his resume with tours from various regional states to international cities. He has played at the Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan (Thailand), and featured a guest slot at the infamous Stadium and Embassy clubs in Jakarta (Indonesia).

A pioneering figure in today’s entertainment industry, there is still much more to come, as this is only the beginning of another musical chapter as Alam continues to progress his career immensely across the global dance music culture.

He’s playing at the upcoming Epizode Festival (click here for more info) and today he gives a taste of his sound on the Spotlight Mix.

1) Willow – Feel Me [Workshop 21]
2) Hector – Womb (Dan Farserelli Remix) [Decay Records]
3) Unknown Artist – Something Else [DIGWAH02]
4) Guti – Her House (Original Mix) [Cuttin’ Headz]
5) Alex Kennon – Crazy Pee (Original Mix) [Saved Records]
6) Italoboyz – Poke (Original Mix) [Superfiction Recordings]
7) Alex Rubia & Maiki – Push Up (Instrumental) [Desolat]
8) Sidney Charles – Dub Trap (Original Mix) [Intec Digital]
9) Danny Serrano – Karamba (Original Mix) [Moon Harbour Recordings]
10) DJ Emerson – Rolling (Original Mix) [Micro.Fon]
11) Mark Broom – One Sound (DJ Hyperactive Remix) [ePM Music]
12) Dysart – Forza (Original Mix) [Intec]
13) Johnny Island – Resolution (Original Mix) [Smaragd]
14) Markus Suckut – Sun’s Out (Original Mix) [Rekids]
15) Alam – Kaleidosimple (Rodrigo Soria Remix) [Redflux Cinnabar]
16) Moscoman – Change (Original Mix) [Diynamic]
17) Red Axes feat. Yakomin – Abidjan (Original Mix) [!K7 Records]
18) Sworn Virgins – Fifty Dollar Bills (Original Mix) [DEEWEE028]

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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