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Mix of the Day: Danglo



When a label with a reputation like Kitsuné are backing a new artist, we tend to listen. Hence, when they asked us if we wanted an exclusive mix from bright, young spark Danglo, we took a listen and snapped it right up!

Hailing from the conveyor belt of talent that is South East London, the bass loving newcomer has seen his stock soar over the past year, serving up a number of dance floor slaying reworks with the likes of Maribou State and Say Lou Lou seeking out his services as a remixer.

Currently celebrating his debut Kitsuné EP – three varied but consistently uplifting tracks – the future looks a bright one for Danglo.

‘Spotlight’ showcases his penchant for bouncy, 90s garage-influenced numbers, whilst ‘Drifter – featuring Estonian songstress Liisi Koikson – with its hypnotic bass shines a light on his deeper side before ‘Forget You’ rounds out the record with offers summer vibes, pounding drums and an infectious steel drum hook!

Mixed ahead of his performance at Kitsuné & Magic and Medicine’s London upcoming club night Saturday November 28th, Danglo’s selections offers fans a taste of what’s to come next weekend.  So if you like what you hear and are based in the capital you know what to do. Dust off your dancing shoes and grab yourself a ticket for what looks to be the most promising of nights out. Tickets are available here


JACKLNDN – Nevermind

Danglo – Happy Pig (Club Mix)

Maribou State – Rituals (MS Edit

Klaves – Come On!

Troll Gaze – What’s a Girl To Do

Toyboy & Robin – Losing My Love (Tommy Vercetti Remix)

NVOY – Higher

DE$IGNATED – Cyrus The Great

Martin Solveig – +1 (Blonde Remix)

Danglo – Go Back

Rationale – Fast Lane (The Golden Boy Remix)

Michael Calfan – Treasured Soul

Danglo – Heartbeat (When You Call)

Andreya Triana – The Changing Shapes of Love (Danglo Mix)


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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