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Mix of the Day: Cedric Gervais

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Most 6 year olds mark their birthday by drinking too much fizzy drink, eating too much cake and having a party. Well Data Transmission is slightly different to most other 6 year old although we will be having a party to celebrate reaching the milestone and guess what? You’re invited. Where you say? Well how about seminal London nightspot Ministry Of Sound complete with performances from Data Transmission favorites Cedric Gervais, Electronic Youth, Wolfpack and Tim Mason? Sounds good doesn’t it?

And now to further get you in the party spirit for the weekend we’ve got an exclusive mix from our party headliner Cedric Gervais himself. Yes bringing some Gallic flair with a hint of Miami the recent Grammy award winner has provided us with the perfect antidote to our weather induced blues by providing us with our Mix Of The Day.

So for a taste of what’s to come at this weekends unmissable event check it out below:

 

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Tracklist:1 – Tom Staar – Rocket – (Toolroom) 2 – Cedric Gervais – The Look – (Spinnin) 3 – Reepublic – Pantheon – (Spinnin)4 – Cedric Gervais & CID – Never Come Close – (Spinnin)5 – Norman Doray – Filtre – (Le7els)6 – Miley Cyrus V’s Cedric Gervais – Adore You – (Spinnin)7 – HIIO – Get Up – (Flamingo)8 – dBerrie & Zen Freeman – Switch – (FlyEye)9 – Muzziak – Gravy – (GreatStuff)10 – Deniz Koyu – Ruby – (Axtone)11 – Sebjak & Davis Tort – Raveline – (Ultra)12 – Makj – Springen – (Hysteria)13 – CID – Actin Hard – (Unknown)14 – Antonio Giacca – Deviate – (Pinkstar)

 For tickets for Ministry of Sound for the Data Transmission 6th Birthday head to – http://www.ministryofsound.com/club/event/1313/1479/data-transmission-saturday-sessions-cedric-gervais

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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