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The Best of Supernova – A Celebration 2003-2013


supernova.png Italian DJ and production duo, Supernova aka Emiliano Nencioni and Giacomo Godi; have over the last decade made the transition from rising stars to established international talent.     To celebrate this they have The Best of Supernova – A Celebration 2003-2013 coming out on Defected on 16th December. It’s a comprehensive collection of some of their greatest studio moments spread across three expansive CDs.  As well as dusting off some hidden gems – many of which are available digitally for the first time on this compilation –  Supernova have also produced some brand new and exclusive music for the compilation.   Say Supernova about the project: “10 years of making music together is something about which we are very proud. It’s amazing looking back at what we’ve done in all those years, and it’s that feeling that this compilation aims to celebrate.   “With this project for the first time we have the opportunity to collect all the music we’ve created in a decade, including all the really underground earlier music that people may not have been aware of”.   The Best of Supernova – A Celebration 2003-2013 is out 16th December   Tracklist   CD1: ORIGINALS 01) Supernova ft. Ann Saunderson “R.L.H”  (Original Mix) 02) Supernova “Something” (Bass Rework)  Beatport Exclusive 03) Supernova “I Can’t Do Without You” (Original Mix) 2012 04) Supernova “Click Song” (Original Mix) 2010 05) Supernova “Keep On Stuff” (Original Mix) 2010 06) Supernova “Nine” (Original Mix) 2009 07) Supernova “The Bridge” (Original Mix) 2013 08) Supernova “Electronic Love” (Original Mix) 2012 09) Supernova “The World Is Crazy” (Original Mix) 2013 10 ) Supernova “The Circle” (Original Mix) 2013 11) Supernova “Drifting” (Original Mix) 2013 12) Supernova “Sound of Thunder” (Noir) – 2013 13) Supernova “That’s what I Like” (DJ Sneak Rmx ) 2009 14) Supernova “Istant Double” (Original remastered 2006 Mix) 15) Supernova “Esta Loca” (Supernova 2010 Revision) 2010   CD2: REMIXES 01) Frankie Knuckles “The Whistle Song” (Nocturnal Groove) – 2013 02) Jakatta “American Dream” (Z Records) – 2012 03) Johnny Dangerous “Emerald City” (Supernova UseTheSample Mix) – 2010 04) Kerri Chandler “Hallelujah” (Supernova Jackin’ Mix) – 2010 05) DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul / If I Was A DJ (Supernova Dub) – 2010 06) Big Moses feat. Kenny Bobien  “Brighter Days “(Supernova Remix) – 2010 07) Cevin Fisher ft. Loleatta Holloway “You got Me Burning Up” (Supernova Remix) – 2009 08) Kerri Chandler “Bar A Thym” (Supernova Dub) – 2011 09) Studio Apartment_feat_Kenny_Bobien_On The Way_(Supernova_Deep_Mix) – 2012 10) Tiger Stripes / Rasmus Plays The Marimba (Supernova Row Mix) – 2011 11) Soul Central “Strings Of Life” (Supernova Main Mix) 2011 12) Chez Damier “Can You Feel It”  (Defected) – 2012 13) Ramon Tapia ‘This Groove’ (Supernova Remix) – 2012 14) Wehbba & Add2 Basket “2 Sticks” (Supernova_Rmx) – 2013 15) Dj Pierre  “Come Together (What Is House)”  ft. Felicia (Supernova Remix) – 2013   CD3: ALBUM & ALTERNATIVE CUTS 01) Supernova “Morning Vibration’s” (Album Mix) – 2003 02) Supernova “Welcome To My World” (Album mix) – 2008 03) Supernova “Dare To Dream” (Album mix) – 2007 04) Supernova “I Can’t Talk About” (Album mix) – 2007 05) Supernova “I Feel So Good” (Original Mix) – 2006 06) Supernova ft. Csilla “My Favourite Things” (Album mix) – 2003 07) Supernova ft. Csilla “Save A Prayer” (Album mix) – 2003 08) Supernova “Ethernal” (Album mix) – 2003 09) Supernova “London Pop” (Original Mix) – 2006 10) Supernova “The Comet” (Original Mix) – 2004 11) Supernova “Supershake” (Original Mix) – 2004 12) Supernova ft. Ronnie Jones “An American’s Dream” (Album mix) – 2007 13) Supernova ft. Ace Lover “Guru” (Album mix) – 2007 14) Supernova ft. Grandmaster Melle Mel “That’s What I Like” (Album mix) – 2007 15) Supernova “Funkin’ Shitty Day” (Album mix) – 2007   If you didn’t already grab our excellent podcast from Supernova here it is again:

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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