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Mix of the Day: Ronnie Spiteri



Ronnie Spiteri’s ­sound has been cemented via his residency at JUNK in Southampton (UK) and by a non stop string of quality house tracks released via his Kenja Recordings and the likes of Roger Sanchez’s Undr The Radr, Toolroom Records and Do Not Sleep.

Ronnie was brought up immersed in house music; you could say it’s in his veins! His father is a veteran promoter from the South Coast of England who used to put on illegal Rave’s up and down the country in the early 90’s, many a time with a young Ronnie in tow. By the age of 11 Ronnie had spun his first record on his Dad’s set of Technics, he played & recorded his first DJ set at the age of 14 and by the age of 16 had secured his first DJ residency at the local club night.

It was only a matter of time before Ronnie starting putting down his experiences, influences and ideas in the studio. Always the perfectionist Ronnie spent at least 3 years honing his craft into the simply awesome house sound akin to his peers that has been gracing the best dancefloors around the world today.

As 2016 draws to a close Ronnie his perfect blend of tribal tech and driving house has pushed him to the top of many DJ’s playlists including Anja Schnieder, Alan Fitzpatrick, Mark Knight, Darius Syrossian, Sante, Josh Butler, Sidney Charles, Bontan and Russ Yullop.  You can catch him at JUNK in Southampton and further afield in Feb 2017 he will be touring Australia and part of South East Asia.

Check out the mix below or Download it from Here

1.Daydreamer (Original Mix) Pig & Dan
2.Ride (Original Mix) Markus Homm
3.Andranik (Gorge & Homm Remix) Darius Syrossian
4.Underwater – Ronnie Spiteri
5.Vamos Willy (Original)Miguel Lobo
6.What you Say – Darius Syrossian
7.Contemplation (Tolstoi & Andsan Remix)Ki Creighton
8.Misfits (Luca Doobie Remix)
9.Paffo’s Riff (Original Mix) Emaneul Saite
10.Strangest Thing’s – Ronnie Spiteri
11. Thin & Crispy – Ronnie Spiteri
12. Vision – Ronnie Spiteri

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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