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Chilled Transmission: Satin Jackets



Sunday. That most hallowed of days. Be you just finishing your night out at an after, after party or just unwinding with a nice glass of vino, we embrace the end of the weekend for what it is, a chilled out affair.  Thus, we thought it was about time we started soundtracking this most underrated of times, asking our favourites DJs to dig through their record boxes and serve up something a little different for our brand new Chilled Transmission series.

After last weeks more funk infused mix from Homeboy, fun loving German duo Satin Jackets serve up set of selections designed primarily to make you feel, well human again. We’ll freely admit the cold weather and the fact it’s still not quite Christmas yet had begun to take its toll on us here at DT towers but luckily Tim B and Den Ishu were on hand to cure our chronic case of SAD with an hour long mix of super sexy, infectious house music that’s pure summertime.

“Every mix takes us a few months to find the right music. We pour my heart and soul into it and I hope to be able to take the listener on a little journey” the boys explain. “It doesn’t really matter where to as long as you can close your eyes and let it take you places.”

So step onboard the Satin Jackets express and see where their music takes you. HintL it’s somewhere warm.

01.) Therr Matiz – Found U (KLar&PF Remix)
02.) Darius – Pyor
03.) Emil Rottmayer – Distraction
04.) Kartell – All Night
05.) L’Impératrice – Vanille Fraise
06.) D-Pulse – Lazy Sun (Live Version)
07.) Slync – Toasted
08.) Du Tonc – We Can Hold On (Satin Jackets Remix)
09.) Private Agenda – Paralysed (Tuff City Kids Remix)
10.) Darko Kustura – Soul Divide
11.) Monitor 66 – Truscuits (Roberto Rodriguez Extended Dub)

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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