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Cedric Gervais Serves Up ‘After Hours’ Mix



What’s that? You’re all out of mixes to soundtrack your life? Well fear not, DT has you covered with our second exclusive mix of the day.

Stepping up to satisfy all your late night needs (stop giggling at the back) French born Miami resident Cedric Gervais has delivered an extra special set of selections, recorded with all you night owls in mind. Presenting two hours of his recent set on the Terrace at Club Space Miami, the mix gives all of us not fortunate enough to catch him in the flesh that evening a chance to sample his wares. Offering up fresh cuts from the likes of Ramon Tapia, Deep Dish, Paolo Martini and Paul C, it’s easy to see Mr. Gervais is in a good mood at the moment and with the release of his new single ‘De Ja Vu’ just around the corner, you wouldn’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to realise why.

Scheduled to land December 14th, we expect to hear plenty of ‘De Ja Vu’ over the Christmas period although we can’t help but feel like we’ve heard it somewhere before…

A La Noche – PsychoGroove
Punch Dance – (Ramon Tapia Dubba Dubb)
The Take – Yuri Gomez
Domino – Oxia
Escape – Ninetoes
I Trust (Original Mix) – Bilber & Julio Posadas
Rituality (Original Mix) – Manu Nox
The Idian Drum ()rinial Mix) – Marc Bover
Dirty RainBow (Oringal Mix) – Carlo Whale
Speedmachine – Paul C & Paolo Martini
Say Hello – Deep Dish
Proper Education – Eric Prydz
Shaker – Lakac
Trap – Elijah Collins
The Underground – Celeda
Hands To The Ceiling – Javier Lugardo
In The Beginning – Chuck Roberts
Orcandas – Kardinal & Lowkey
Kuery – Sergio Fernandez
It Is Raining – Angel Heredia & Claudia Tejeda
Sundown (Jeremy Juno Remix) – Wang
The Band – Gianni Ruocco & Omar Labastida
Top People (Angel Heredia Remix) – Fran Evolution
What Happens – Slyder
25 Minutes – Paolo Martini & Paul C

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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