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Mix of the Day: Matt Tolfrey



It’s safe to say that Matt Tolfrey’s career in music has been heavily informed by his early 2002 residency at Nottingham’s The Bomb. Shifting from University student to student of house/techno, Tolfrey quickly picked up the skills that mark out a true DJ: varied selection, an open mind, and the ability to read as well as lead a crowd.

This passion for unearthing quality, moving with the times, and creating his own vision of where electronic music is heading has extended to his Leftroom imprint; now running for 10 years and celebrating 50+ releases from artists as varied as Maceo Plex and Laura Jones to Jay Haze and DJ Bone. As with most DJs of his generation, the studio has also been a place for Tolfrey to experiment. Walking the walk as well as talking the talk, most of Tolfrey’s output (including his well received ‘Word of Mouth’ LP) has cropped up on Leftroom.

Matt Tolfrey headlines the Eastern Electrics After Party at EGG LDN alongside Steve Lawler, Dense & Pika, Waifs & Strays, PBR Streetgang, Geddes and more to be announced on Saturday 6th August 2016. All info http://www.egglondon.co.uk/ Matt Tolfrey & jozif’s new Kerb Staller release ‘Doorwork’ is out August 5th on Leftroom Records.

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Why Sheep? – Radiation #2 (Kare san Sui Surrounding Remix) – Third Ear Recordings
Clyde – The Stalker (Brooks Personal Alarm Remix) – Southern Fried Records
Barem – Blup – Fun
Joyce Muniz – Daydreaming feat Engquist (jozif Remix) – Exploited
The Cyclist – Pressing Matters (Robags Pinvoldex Sull NB) – Hypercolour
Just Be – Snakes In The Bed – Kaoz Theory
Prince – Purple Music (Maher Daniel Edit) – White
Davina Moss – Hive – Kaluki Musik
Tuccillo – Full Time – Visionquest
Nimmo – Unyoung (Paul Woodford Remix) – Columbia (Sony)


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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