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Mix Of The Day: Exclusive Ezlv Mix

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Canadian pairing Ezlv have been busy bubbling just under the surface for some time now, with their productions coming to light on the likes on 100% Silk and Tenth Circle, a label that showed immediate promise but seems to have faded into the abyss in more recent time. Anyway, you may remember their latest party trick as delivering our single of the week as they popped up on Kruse & Nuernberg’s Save Room Records for their last release, a label that’s a perfect fit for their house-tastic persuasions.

Well now we’re pleased to welcome them back to the hallowed pages of DT this time with an exclusive mix in hand guaranteed to fend of any midweek blues and get you in the mood for the weekend. With an ingredients list consisting of house, nu disco and 35% of your daily sunshine intake this is a mix which has already had the office daydreaming about lying down next to a pool somewhere warm with a mojito not too far away.

Check Ezlv’s mix for DT complete with tracklisting below: 

01 Warrior One – Only You [Losing Suki]02 Max Corderoy – Stay Up [Seamless Recordings]03 Harvey McKay – Lost [Drumcode]04 Purple Velvet – Remedy [Large Music]05 Oliver Koletzki – After All (Kellerkind Remix)[Stil Vor Talent]06 Ezlv Feat. Freya – Got No One [Plant Music]07 Ezlv – Juicy (Shur-I-Kan Remix)[Save Room]08 Mikael Delta – Staunch Hearts (A Lister Mix)[Seamless Recordings]09 KRS-One – Black Cop (Ezlv Rework)10 Josh Butler – Can See You [Definition:Music]11 Leftwing & Kody, Kruse & Nuernberg – Turning [OFF]12 Mr. Fijiwiji – Let Me Out [Monstercat]13 LB Lynam – Get Things Straight (Ezlv Edit)14 Codec – Be Yourself [Black Butter]15 London Grammar – Strong (Jonas Rathsman Remix)[Columbia Records]16 Sonic Future – Waiting For [Suara]17 Luca Donzelli – Pog Bounce [Wow!]18 Lars Vegas – The Game [Large Music]19 Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Tape & Money (MJ Cole Remix)[Nice Age]20 Porter Robinson – Sea Of Voices (RAC Mix)[Astralwerks]

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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