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Mix of the Day: House of Virus



House Of Virus is the musical partnership of Manchester based Dirty Orkestra and Lithuania’s Virus J, a DJ/production duo whose immaculate approach to house music production has garnered them a varied range of fans, from Carl Cox to Paul Oakenfold and Bob Sinclair to Shadow Child.

At the core of this partnership resides a genuine love and appreciation for quality house music forged during their respective careers. This is a born out by their releases: records that simultaneously nod to the past while looking to the future with a near permanent fixture in the Beatport Top 20.

In 2015 the duo embarked on a new journey and is now at the helm of hotly tipped new label, Freakin909, run in collaboration with DJ Ides and the illustrious Marshall Jefferson; undoubtedly one of the most respected house music producers of all time.  Alongside a release schedule inundated with quality, March 2016 saw the release of House Of Virus & Jimi Polo ‘Better Days’ on Freakin909, a huge house cut that is shaping up to be one of the summer’s most explosive anthems. Then last month in April, Freakin909 unleashed a phenomenal remix package of Marshall Jefferson’s seminal ‘Mushrooms’, complete with reimaginings Want More & Can’t Say No and House Of Virus themselves in collaboration with Tom Finn.

01 Marshall Jefferson – Mushrooms (House Of Virus & Tom Finn Deep Mix) [Freakin 909]
02 Marshall Jefferson & Jay C feat. K Alexi – Kiss The Dragon (Vanilla Ace Remix) [Freakin 909]
03 Semedo and Curtis Gabriel – Some People Say (Original Mix) [Selected.]
04 Midnight City – Just Like That Feat Raphaella (Low Steppa Remix) [Get Twisted Records]
05 Soul Divine – Giving Up [Freakin 909]
06 Xania Ghali – Under These Lights (House Of Virus remix)
07 House Of Virus & LoVance – Freak [Freakin 909]
08 Hannah Wants – Dot Com (Original Mix) [Cr2]
09 Dominica – Gotta let You Go (Freestylers Club Mix)
10 Enzo Siffredi – Are You Insane? [DFTD]
11 Deep Matter & SBS – Work It [Zulu Records]
12 Spencer K, Matt Sassari – Isuly (Emanuel Satie Remix) [Time Has Changed Records]
13 Crookers feat. Kym Mazelle – A Place In My Heart [Defected]

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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