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RecordReplay launches with Bill Brewster

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RecordReplay is a superb new series created by former Data Transmission Editor Ben Gomori inviting some of the world’s best DJs to create an hour-long mix using a £10 second-hand record shop budget (eagle-eyed Data Transmission readers will remember Ben did this first 5 years ago in our DT podcast).  He’s now up’d the game and produced this cracking new video series which you can watch below.

They kick off with an eclectic selection from the esteemed DJ and journalist, Bill Brewster, sourced at London’s Love Vinyl. There are few clubs or festivals worth their salt that he hasn’t played at over the years, and with his erstwhile role as a historian of dance music culture, he makes for an incredibly keen-eyed record digger.

Tracklist:
Cracker Factory Intro [Twisted America Records]
Chigley accapella [BBC Records & Tapes]
Timbaland & Magoo Ft. Missy Elliott – Cop That Sh*t [Blackground Entertainment]
Kicking Back With The Taxman – Devotion [10 Records]
Scritti Politti – Perfect Way (Version) [Virgin]
Wendy & Lisa – Satisfaction (Muppy’s House Mix) [Virgni]
Mya – Free [Interscope Records]
Chic – Chic Cheer [Atlantic]
Third World – Dancing On The Floor [CBS Records]
Conway Bros – Turn It Up (Original US Mix) [10 Records]
Benelux & Nancy Dee – Switch [Scope]
Cracker Factory – Keep On Searching [Twisted America Records]
Dina Carroll – Mind, Body & Soul (Sci Fi Learners Vox) [Mercury Records]
Williams – Pinball [Tsuba Records]
Freeform Five – No More Conversations (Mylo Mix) [Fine.]
Mood Bangers – Face Off [Deep Vision Records]
Steve York’s Camelo Pardalis – Trouble Trouble [Virgin]
Theme From Chigley [BBC Records & Tapes]

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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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