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Mix of the Day: Kinnerman


Kinnerman the tech house producer sending sound waves through the music industry right now. Within 6 months his tracks have caused quite a stir amongst some of the biggest labels out there. Kinnerman’s first release ‘Hip House’ on Elrow Music shot to the top of the charts and was quickly pursued with ‘On The Drums’ on their Miami 2017 compilation.

Championed by Josh Butler, Kinnerman then released ‘Tha Break’ on Origins Rcrds – another hard hitting track giving us a contemporary take on percussion and sharp vocal shots. ‘For the Master’ shortly followed on a Sonar 2017 VA for Noexcuse Records. Alongside his constant releases, he has played in hotspots such as XOYO, Lightbox London, Manni Festival, Dubai and Austria, as well as hosting a room at Do Not Sleep, Sankeys Ibiza.

With all this under his belt within less than a year… this is just the beginning of whats to come for Kinnerman and he joins our Mix of the Day series today, with an absolute belter of a mix!

1) Kokks & Lein – Beatkick (Original Mix) [Talk of the Town]
2) Alan Nieves – Showdown (Original Mix) [Deeperfect Records]
3) David Glass & Kinnerman – Backbeat (Original Mix) [Kaluki Musik]
4) Mirko Di Florio – Bad influences (Original Mix) [Kaluki Musik]
5) Kinnerman – Whatcha Call Me (Original Mix) [Mr. Nice Guy]
6) Davina Moss, Issa Elle – Oh Mama feat. Issa Elle (Cuartero After Remix) [Hot Creations]
7) Harry Romero – From The Root (Extended Mix) [Bambossa Records]
8) Kinnerman – Once Again (Original Mix) [Glasgow Underground]
9) Kinnerman – Tha Break (Original Mix) [ORIGINS RCRDS]
10) David Glass, Kinnerman – Slow Motion (Original Mix) [Under No Illusion]
11) Kinnerman – Attention Please (Original Mix) [Mr. Nice Guy]
12) Off The Meds, Kamohelo, Art Alfie – Geraas (Art Alfie Remix) [Play It Down]

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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