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Kyle Robertson joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Passion, spontaneity and innovation. Attributes of the finest DJ’s on the planet. Kyle Robertson ticks all three boxes. Kyle started working at gatecrasher as a promoter, earned his stripes and worked his way up in the game. He has been delivering effective, dynamic and crowd-pleasing sets for over 15 years, and in particular around the North of England. Charged, The Plug, Tramlines, Gatecrasher & DQ are amongst the many venues and nights he has held residencies and played at.

Having played alongside some shining stars of the DJ world it’s understandable that his talents have been recognised. Micky Slim, Riley & Durrant, Hannah Wants, Herve, Jaguar Skills, The Squatters & Krafty Cuts are just a few. With all this experience under his belt, he has honed a musical identity and DJ style that is most definitely and unmistakably Kyle Robertson. This experience has been utilised in his production skills too with various releases and remixes on WykdCard, Eskape Musik, Reshape Black and more. With plenty more productions in the pipeline for 2021, Kyle will continue to express his eclectic taste to others in music.

He joins the Spotlight Mix series today, check it out below and download it here.


  1. D.O.D – Down Under
  2. Airwolf – Endlessly feat. KYTSA
  3. Tombz – The Club
  4. Amy Lauren – Workers & Twerkerz (Kyle Robertson Remix)
  5. Kyle Robertson – Heartbeat
  6. John Summit – Beauty Sleep
  7. Miane – Who Are You ?
  8. Roger That – Penetrate
  9. Biscits – Let Me Show You
  10. Kyle Robertson – Entity
  11. Kyle Robertson – Time Bomb
  12. Kyle Robertson – This Is The Way
  13. Kyle Robertson & Vanilla Ace – Club Work
  14. Kyle Robertson – Here We Go 
  15. Chapter & Verse – Ashes 
  16. Luca Lazza – Take Your Time (Kyle Robertson Remix)
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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