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DJ Pagano mixes Evolution Vol 1.0

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DJ Pagano has announced a special Christmas treat in the form of his label, KISM, first compilation, ‘EVOLUTION Vol. 1’, due out on Christmas Day.

At over 70 minutes the mix is a spirited blend of tech house and techno, which sees him distill the good time feeling that has cemented his reputation as one of today’s most entertaining DJs to have emerged from the modern gay club scene.  The mix includes some of the label’s biggest tunes plus 8 previously unreleased tracks and remixes from artists like Ben Remember, Paride Saraceni, Filterheadz, Skober, Chris Bekker, Tuff London, Agent Orange and Pagano in both mixed and unmixed formats.

 

One of the most driven and creative DJ/Producers to have emerged from the gay scene, Pagano’s sound has evolved hugely through a prolific touring schedule that sees him play every weekend in clubs and festivals across Europe.

Tracklist
01. Pagano & Jason Chance – Timeline (Ben Remember Remix) – Exclusive Track *
02. Pagano & Jason Chance feat Shena – Make Everything Alright (Paolo Martini Remix)
03. Tuff London – Miracle Man (Original Mix) – Exclusive Track *
04. Pagano & Reza & Sweet Female Attitude – Give It To Me (Pagano Dub Mix) – Exclusive Track *
05. Filterheadz – Playback (Original Mix) – Exclusive Track *
06. Pagano – The Black Sheep (Original Mix) – Exclusive Track *
07. Pagano – Starburst (Filterheadz Remix)
08. Agent Orange – I’m Free (Original Mix) – Exclusive Track *
09. Pagano – A Thousand Night (Tribute Remake Remix) – Exclusive Track *
10. Pagano – Out Of Control (Original Mix)
11. Pagano – Music Is Moving (2017 Remix)
12. Chris Bekker – Klangstunde (Original Mix) – Exclusive Track *
13. Pagano feat. Shena – Rise (Paride Saraceni Remix)
14. Chris Bekker & Pagano – Hashtag Wunder (Skober Remix)
15. Obi Baby – Life Is Beautiful (Kostas Maskalides Remix)

Pagano’s ‘Evolution Vol 1’ debut compilation on KISM arrives in mixed and unmixed formats on Christmas Day December 25th 2017 on Beatport and 2 weeks later through all usual outlets.

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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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