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Household name and first lady of Radio1 Annie Mac is back again with her personal mixtape of this year’s biggest hits. Annie Mac Presents AKA AMP is a chance to celebrate the artists that she has played on the radio and in the clubs throughout the year, and she has now announced the tracklist for this years compilation which you can check out below.

Artists such as Duke Dumont, Rudimental, and Disclosure were first supported by Annie Mac, both on her Radio 1 shows and by Annie inviting them to perform to huge audiences at AMP events all over the country, and they’ve all gone on to major mainstream success. 

Annie’s UK tour runs through November into December and tickets can be bought online here.

MIX 1

1.     Hannah Wants & Chris Lorenzo – Rhymes                                                                       2.     Redlight – 9TS (90s Baby)                                                                                     3.     Tiga – Bugatti                                                                                                        4.     Shiba San – OKAY                                                                                                5.     Secondcity – I Wanna Feel                                                                                                6.     Clean Bandit (feat. Jess Glynne) – Rather Be (The Magician Remix)                                   7.     Duke Dumont (feat. Jax Jones) – I Got U                                                                8.     Gorgon City (feat. MNEK) – Ready For You Love                                                               9.     Usher – Good Kisser (Disclosure Remix)                                                                                       10.  Oliver Heldens & Becky Hill – Gecko (Overdrive) [DJ S.K.T Remix]                        11.  Wankelmut & Emma Louise – My Head Is A Jungle (MK Remix)                                                    12.  Watermät – Bullit                                                                                                   13.  Gerd (feat. Marcoradi) – Still Believe                                                                                 14.  Ten Walls – Walking With Elephants                                                                                 15.  London Grammar – Hey Now (Arty Remix)                                                                        16.  Kiesza – Hideaway                                                                                                            17.  Route 94 (feat. Jess Glynne) – My Love (Annie Mac Festival Edit)                                                              18.  Sigma – Nobody To Love              

MIX 2

1.     Oliver $ & Jimi Jules – Pushing On (Jesse Rose ‘Live From The Villa’ Remix)                  2.     Vic Mensa – Down On My Luck                                                                             3.     MNEK – Wrote A Song About You (Kaytranada Edition)                                        4.     Alex Adair – Make Me Feel Better                          5.     Hot Natured – Benediction6.     Jessie Ware – Tough Love (Cyril Hahn Remix)7.     Sam Smith – Stay With Me (Soul Clap Remix)8.     Jess Glynne – Right Here (Skream Remix)9.     Jamie xx – All Under One Roof Raving10.  Gorgon City (feat. Laura Welsh) – Here For You (Bearcubs Remix)11.  Tourist (feat. Lianne La Havas) – Patterns12.  FKA Twigs – Two Weeks13.  Little Dragon – Pretty Girls14.  NAO vs. A.K. Paul – So Good15.  Nautic – Lay Back16.  Låpsley – Falling Short17.  Caribou – Can’t Do Without You

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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