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AmyElle joins the Spotlight Mix Series


AmyElle delivers on the promise of her debut single ‘Down With Me’ with her follow-up ‘Animal Kingdom’, a euphoric house track dedicated to the ravers missing the dancefloor.

‘Animal Kingdom’ is immersive, using natural sounds of animals in the jungle to evoke the excitement and instinctiveness of a truly wild night out. The ascending bassline bounces in anticipation of the next beat, while classic house piano stabs and disco flair hark back to the heyday of nightlife.

Originally from Texas, DJ and producer AmyElle is now based in London. Having signed to UK-based label Another Rhythm in 2020, ‘Animal Kingdom’ marks her second original release on the label. She’s classically trained in both guitar and piano, and first got behind the decks while at university. From there, her obsession with dance music was cemented.

It was Amy’s remixes for Crush Club and Fallon that gained her support from industry heavyweights like Will Clarke, David Guetta and Faithless. Spotify also made her debut single “Down With Me” the cover of the UK House Music playlist. As well as receiving extended airplay, Amy has blown up on TikTok with her mashups and DJ tutorials, garnering her 1.5m+ views and 28k+ followers. This has since translated to Instagram where she currently has 27K+ followers, with views on her reels exceeding 2m.

Today, she joins the Spotlight Mix series today, check it out below and download it here


AmyElle – Animal Kingdom
Swell & Lucky Vegas – Butterfly
The Deepshakers – Broken
Proudly People – Out Of Mind
Disaia – Cubbe
Maur & Roobinz – Gospel Man
Ellis Moss – The Shake
Made in Paris, Simonne Jones – Wonderlust
Ruze – Low Batz
Gorgon City.- Roped in
Will Clarke, Jaded – Run Run feat. ARCO Honor – Never Off (Hot Since 82 Remix)
Marsh, Leo Wood – My Stripes
Emanuel Satie – Come As You Are (Nick Curly Remix)
Riaz Dhanani, C.O.Z – The Shaman’s Chant
AmyElle – Feel The Heat
Huxley – Unison
Hot Since 82 – Bloodlines
Yotto – Shifter
Simone Vitullo, Jinadu – Memories
Cristoph – Big H 2020

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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