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Mix Of The Day: The Golden Boy



You are gold. Always believe in your soul. Not our words but those of the 80’s icon Tony Hadley in his Spandau Ballet heyday, and whilst we’re not sure who he was referring to, his words seem apt in describing The Golden Boy, Dominic Hammonds.

Having already racked up releases on Kerri Chandler’s MadTech, Mike Mago’s Bmkltsch Records, and Cr2 Records, we’ve been fans of the Brummie DJ for a fair while now, having seriously impressed when playing a Data Transmission party for us a few years back.

So, having worked his magic for a number of our favourite labels and wowed crowds with his selections, it should come as little surprise that his latest cut, ‘Big Mac’ has been doing serious damage on the dance floor. Serving as one of the various exclusive numbers – and highlights – on Toolroom’s new Miami Underground compilation, we’ve been unable to get it out of head or off of our playlist since it landed in our bulging inbox. Featured on this exclusive mix alongside cuts from Oliver Dollar, Riva Starr and another forthcoming effort from himself, we’re expecting our golden friend to have the biggest of summers.

So don’t delay, jump on the bandwagon now and pretend you were on it from the start. Don’t worry we won’t tell anyone…

1. Riva Starr – The Superdope
2. Oliver Dollar & Nils Ohrmann – Funk Ya
3. The Golden Boy – Big Mac (Toolroom Miami Underground)
4. Paul C, Paolo Martini – Please Don’t Stop
5. Latmun – Def
6. ANOTR – Mighty Kingdom
7. The Golden Boy – Work It
8. Camel Phat – No One Hears You
9. Mark Knight – Ironing Man
10. The Golden Boy – The Mind
11. Camel Phat – The Quad
12. Guy Mantzur – Trees Of Eden
13. The Golden Boy – Freed (Forthcoming Glasgow Underground)

The Golden Boy is represented by MN2S Booking Agency

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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