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Exclusive Premiere: Flashmob feat. Marissa Guzman – Non Stop (DFTD Mix)

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DFTD, the sister label to much-loved house label Defected, has tapped Flashmob for the second DFTD compilation mix.

Following up Christoph’s inaugural mix earlier this year, the Italian duo collect the hottest underground releases from the DFTD catalogue and further afield. Split across two mixes, the 22 tracks offer the finest in house, including work from Andrea Oliva, Rampa, krankbrother, Riva Starr and Sonny Fodera, plus remixes from Guti, Trevino and Flashmob themselves.

DFTD VLM02 mixed by Flashmob is set to drop November 9th, pre-order the album here. Listen to the DFTD mix of Flashmob’s ‘Non Stop’ featuring Marissa Guzman, taken from the album, below, and check out the full tracklist at the bottom of the page.

Tracklisting:

Mix 1

01. Poncho Warwick & Wally Callerio – Who Will Comfort Me02. Forrest. – YSL03. Andrea Oliva – Reseed04. Guti – Hope (Fosky Remix)05. Flashmob featuring Marissa Guzman – Non Stop (DFTD Mix)06. Flashmob featuring BODJ – Timing (DFTD Mix)07. Riva Starr featuring AHI – Just You & Me08. Sonny Fodera – Trainsurfing09. krankbrother – Electric Lucifer10. Guti – Funkapella11. Riva Starr – The Sound12. Rene – Money Back (Flashmob Underground Mix)

Mix 2

01. Re.You featuring Forrest. – Face Down      Aaaron – Feelin This (Accapella)02. Aaaron – No Excuse      Mike Dunn presents The MD X-Spress Feel The Muzik (Accapella)03. Andrea Oliva – Htrack04. Sable Sheep – Constitution05. Flashmob – Live PA06. Poncho Warwick & Wally Callerio – Who Will Comfort Me (Guti Summer Loving Remix)07. Art Of Tones featuring Tanya Michelle – My Love (Miami Stripped Mix)08. Pipes – Crooked Love (Trevino Remix)09. Rampa featuring Meggy – Everything (Flashmob DFTD Remix)10. Pitto – You

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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