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Mix of the Day: Brian Murphy



Brian Murphy has firmly established himself as a household name within the Manchester dance music scene and is quickly on the rise as one of the top talents in the county.

An underground DJ first-and-foremost, Brian is aided by his vast musical knowledge and the ability to play across a wide range of musical genres, specifically Underground House & Techno. His skills behind the decks have not gone un-noticed, as shown by high-profile sets and regular appearances at some of the biggest venues in the UK. When he’s not in the booth or in the studio, Brian broadcasts on Manchester’s Unity Radio where his mixes come armed with a completely individual sound that fuses the energy of house and tech as well as interviewing some of the biggest names in dance music; Pete Tong, Gorgon City, Erick Morillo, Dusky and so on.

Bringing us up to date, after a 17 month break from Sankeys Manchester, Brian’s Covert, will return to the iconic venue on Saturday 26th November with Secondcity, Raffa FL and more. Also Covert team up with Data Transmission to host a stage at We Are FSTVL in May 2017, grab tickets from here

We welcome him to the Mix of the Day Series, check it out below or download it from here

Track list
1. Pirate Copy – Get Back
2. Paul C & Paolo Martini – Inflex
3. Riva Starr, Green Velvet – You Are Beating (Paul C & Paolo Martini Remix)
4. Supernova, Chus & Ceballos – The Prophet
5. Stevano Noferini, Umberto Pagliaroli – Action
6. Ki Creighton & Makanan – Coco Ricos
7. Ki Creighton – The Journey
8. Erick Morillo, Eddie Thoneick, Angel Taylor – Lost In You (Erick Morillo & Harry Romero Extended Remix)
9. Will Gold – Re Wired
10. Andrea Oliva – Scream
11. Kydus – Deliver Me (Mat.Joe Remix)
12. Hauswerks, Doorly, Wrong Turn – Something Balearic
13. Harvy Valencia – Fluorescente
14. KlangKuenstler – Do That Dance
15. Wehbba – Trust
16. KlangKuenstler – Rise Against The Arp

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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