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Lone mixes the next DJ-Kicks


Ten years after his first release, UK artist Lone is putting out his first ever commercial mix CD, as he joins the celebrated DJ-kicks series on 29th September, the mix features four of his own new and exclusive tracks.

Born Matt Cutler and raised in Nottingham, Lone has emerged as a standout artist over the last decade. Starting out making hip hop, he has distinctly evolved with each new release. Yet whether making house, breakbeat or jungle, his music always remains identifiable thanks to its bright melodic colours. As well as running his own Magicwire label—home to early albums like Emerald Fantasy Tracks and recent music from Ross From Friends, who features here, and Project Pablo—he has also released on Werk Discs and Dekmantel. Over the course of three full lengths since 2012, though, he has also become an essential artist in the modern R&S family.

Lone’s DJ-kicks very much feels alive, lived-in and authentic. It is a hugely personal view into his unique musical world and marks another landmark entry into !K7’s long running series.

01. Casino Versus Japan – Go Hawaii
02. Heralds Of Change – Spotted
03. Lone – Brooklyn Banks *exclusive
04. Camu Tao – Hold The Floor
05. Lootpack – Hityawitdat
06. Lone – Cali Drought
07. Lone – Alpha Wheel 4 (Ambient Mix) *exclusive
08. Boards of Canada – Orange Romeda
09. Gnork – U
10. John Beltran (presents Nostalgic) – Placid Angels
11. Lone – Arc *exclusive
12. E. Myers – Untitled (Main Mix)
13. Protect-U – Double Rainbow
14. Lone – Saturday Night (DJ-Kicks) *exclusive
15. Ross From Friends – The Outsiders
16. Drexciya – Bubble Metropolis
17. Balil – Choke and Fly
18. Radiohead – Worrywort

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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