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Mix Of The Day: Alyx Ander



With the worst of Storm Desmond thankfully now behind us, we’re finally starting to feel the festive spirit here at DT HQ, and soundtracking our new found Christmas cheer is a jolly set of selections from from fast rising East Coast producer and all round good time guy Alyx Ander.

Having caught the attention of the likes of veteran DJ Pete Tong and a number of influential tastemakers Stateside with his debut release ‘Close Enough’, we knew it wouldn’t be long before his talents crossed the Atlantic and landed on our shores. Featuring the Maria Z, the track taps into elements of tropical and soulful house music for a cut sure to warm even the coldest of hearts this winter.

It’s not just Alyx’s work the studio that has seen him picking up the plaudits of late though, with his DJ sets considered an equally important part of his musical arsenal. Case in point: this exclusive mix. Expect to hear plenty more of Mr. Ander in 2016!


1. Stevie Wonder – All I do (Audiojacker remix) [White Label] 00:00
2. Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive (Michael Calfan remix) [EMI] 4:54
3. Alyx Ander feat. Maria Z.- Close Enough [Nettrax] 8:30
4. Superlover- Love Machine – [Mother Recordings] 11:36
5. Zhu feat. Alunageorge – Automatic [Columbia] 14:49
6. Sugarstarr feat. Alexander – Sunshine [Enormous Tunes] – 17:24
7. Amtrac – Hold on [Toolroom] – 20:06
8. SNBRN feat. Andrew Watt – Beat the Sunrise [Ultra] – 23:13
9. Tep No – Swear Like a Sailor [Tep No] – 26:26
10. Embody ft. Camden Cox [White Label] – Dreamin’- 29:48
11. Kav Verhouzer – I’m So Excited [White Label] – 33:55
12. Klingande featuring Broken Back – Riva (Restart The Game) (Krono Remix) [Ultra] – 38:03
13. Rufus Du Sol – Like an Animal – [Sweat It Out] – 41:32
14. Parov Stelar feat. Graham Candy – The Sun (Klingande Remix) [Etage Noir] – 45:02
15. Onsra – Funkytown [Exploited Records] – 48:58
16. Martin Waslewski – Gerd [Mother Recordings] – 52:40
17. Nina Simone – Sinnerman (Felix da Housecat’s Heavenly House Mix) [Verve Records] – 55:20


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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