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Debut Transmission: Latmun – Quantum

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MadTech Records looks towards the approaching summer season this May with ‘MadTech Ibiza 2016’ comprising sixteen original exclusives for the compilation. It’s been an exciting start to the year for MadTech Records with the release of Max Chapman’s debut long player and releases from key players Solardo and Data Transmission Radio Host Bontan, here we see the label look forward to the incoming summer with an Ibiza focused compilation.

Across the sixteen tracks MadTech welcomes back some of its key artists such as Max Chapman, Alexis Raphael, Solardo, No Artificials Colours and some other exciting artist on the rise turn in their contributions such as Montel, Jhonsson, Lance Morgan and todays Debut Transmission Latmun.

Latmun, the moniker of Joe Bradley is making his mark through his own interpretation of the House and Tech House soundscape. We have enjoyed  his DJ sets  recently and his own productions have a coherent energy, an infectious groove being the key component causing the crowd to remain captivated, something he has picked up from many sunrises caught in the clubs of Ibiza, and time spent during the early hours in London. Latmun is an all round lover of music and should be on your radar, as one to watch for 2016.

Tracklist

1. Latmun – Quantum
2. Jhonsson – Inside Beatz
3. Max Chapman – Paravana
4. Alexis Raphael – Sink The Studio
5. Truth Be Told – Tone Def
6. Moises – Personal Rambling
7. James Dexter – Daydreaming
8. Mr Jefferson – Step Back
9. Waitz – Get Into It
10. Lance Morgan – Let Loose
11. Montel – Rhythm Of Change
12. Solardo – Music Saved My Life
13. Holt Blackheath – Want You
14. Apollo 84 – Deception
15. Stefano Esposito – Keep On
16. No Artificial Colours – Daze

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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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