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Mix of the Day: Art in Motion


Art In Motion is the alter-ego of Brazillian producer Vicente Amadeo; who has taken on this moniker as an outlet to explore the more intricate, emotional side of his musical psyche. His debut Art in Motion productions have appeared on NYC-based imprint Stranjjur, and have made an instant impact on a global scale, after his original composition and remixes for the young imprint landed in the crates of world-renowned DJs such as Lee Burridge, Nic Fanciulli, H.O.S.H., Robert James, Gorge, My Favorite Robot and Louie Fresco – to name just a few.

While to the outside eye it may appear as though Art in Motion suddenly landed onto the scene out of nowhere, this apparent fast-track to success didn’t occur overnight. Amadeo has flown the world over on his quest for success. Travels which eventually earned him a diploma from the SAE Institute in Byron Bay Australia in 2009. All of this occured after he made his return to his home in Rio De Jenairo to form his own label, Plano B Records. The imprint has been home to some of Brazil’s best house producers over it’s first 20 successful releases and continues to grow. Moving forward, Vicente will continue to release his more melodic, soul-clenching compositions under the Art in Motion moniker, while his more tech-fueled beats will infect dance floors via his alter-ego guise, Amadeo.

Be tuned for this modern deep sexy music for the discerning music lover and dance floor… ‘that’s how we like it’!

01. Art in Motion – Desert
02. Armonica – A011
03. CIOZ – Arbol
04. Tim Engelhardt – No more Words
05. Andhim – Ebertplatz
06. Gabriel Moraes – Ankora (Art in Motion remix)
07. Fideles – The border
08. Patrice Baumel – Engage
09. Vkira, Sanio & Zarth – Jacaranda (Tony Casanova Remix)
10. Avasono – Pico (Mario_Neha_Remix)
11. SuperFlu – V13a
12. Chris Llopis – Clove(Martin Landsky Remix)
13. Art In Motion – Socaire

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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