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Erik Hagleton joins our Spotlight Mix Series

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Born in Paris, France to very humble beginnings and bohemian parents, Erik Hagleton found his calling underage at a local house music club. “Music is the essence of my life, both in terms of performing to a crowd as a DJ and also producing timeless tech house tracks” he says.

Of note his recent remix of Bassment Jaxx’s classic Jump N Shout released through Toolroom Records, here. Not only reaching #1 on beatport’s tech house chart, but also #2 on beatport’s all track chart. This track is truly the party anthem of 2017, being played by Dj’s of all genres, from David Guetta to Paco Osuna.  On the DJ front he’s played at places like  Marquee in New York, Sound Nightclub in LA, Pacha Barcelona, Pacha Ibiza, Cafe Mambo Ibiza, Baoli Miami, Wall Miami, Audio San Francisco and the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego.

He joins Cafe Mambo in London on New Year’s Eve as they see in the new year at McQueens, for more information head here.

Tracklist
01 – Marco Strous – Presistence (Erik Hagleton Somebody Edit)
02 – Josu Freire – Like You (Original Mix)
03 – Antonio Grassia – Acciaroli (Original Mix)
04 – Arno Stolz – You (Jay de Lys Remix)
05 – Tobias – Fiya Bun (Original Mix) EH Edit
06 – Madonna – La Isla Bonita (Erik Hagleton biza Boot 2017)
07 – Mirco Caruso – Double Save
08 – Alessandro Diruggiero, Rone White – Dance Again (Original Mix) Erik Hagleton Boost
09 – George Smeddles, Jimmy D – Hard To Find (Max Chapman Remix)
10 – Dee no – Baby Run (Original Mix)
11 – Sebastian MDH – Let’s Play (Original Mix)
12 – Basement Jaxx – Jump N Shout (Erik Hagleton Remix)
13 – Rod Stewart – Da Ya Think I’m Sexy (Erik Hagleton Ibiza Boot 2017)
14 – Harvy Valencia – Red Light Girl (EH INXS Edit)
15 – Robosonic & Purple Disco Machine vs Rose Rouge – Geht Ab (Erik Hagleton Rose Rouge Edit)

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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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