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Mix Of The Day: Exclusive Worthy Mix



It’s shaping up to be quite the summer for albums with a slew of our favourite producers announcing the release of full studio efforts as the mercury begins to climb. One of personal favourites to throw himself into the mix on the album front was the appropriately named Worthy whose announcement of a new LP was greeted with great excitement here at DT HQ. Entitled Disbehave, the album was billed “as a genre-defying rebellion against the house producers status quo” which refuses to be categorized and didn’t disappoint when it landed earlier in the month. 

Spending the last two years locked away in the studio working on his debut album, the question we were asking is what took him so long? Patience is a virtue and to celebrate the albums release we’ve hooked up with Worthy to deliver today’s exclusive Mix Of The Day.

With an in-depth knowledge of production, mixing, and performance, Worthy has the insight to play for his audience, cultivating intense positive energy on the dance floor for over a decade now. So with this in mind we thought we’d treat you to an exclusive mix from the man himself.

Check it out complete with tracklist below.


1. Sonny Fodera – Its Time 2. Claude Vonstroke – Sugar and Cinnamon feat. Barry Drift (Justin Jay REmix) 3. White Window – Suck My Deep ( Billy Kenny REmix) 4. Will Clarke – Big Booty 5. Ditto& PHarley – Drunk Faxing ( Munnibrotherz REmix) 6. ODB – Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Worthy’s Raw Remix) 7. Riva Starr & Roots Manuva – We Got This Ting (Genghis Clan Remix) 8. Worthy – I Get  9. Mia Dora – Jezebel 10. Special Request Feat. Camille – Hackney Parrot (Paul Woolford REmix) 11. Christophe – Gotta Release (Last Magpie REmix) 12. German Brigante – Longo Longo (AFFKT Vomvo REmix) 13. Cain – Maasai 14. Bebadim – Acid Clips 15. Ghost Culture – Half Open

16. Worthy – Burned

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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