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Ryan Elliott reveals ‘Panorama Bar 06’ mix details



Berlin’s Ryan Elliott has announced details of his forthcoming ‘Panorama Bar 06’ compilation mix, due to be released for free digital download August 11th via Ostgut Ton.Elliott’s 25-track offering to the already impressive mix series features tracks from the likes of Marcel DettmannRoman Flügel, Tuff City Kids, Head High and even Groove Chronicles.Talking to Resident Advisor about the mix, Elliott said: “The most important thing to me was that the mix actually sound like a night at the club, and that it would contain tracks that I’ve played in the club many times.” Check out the full tracklisting below:

01. Portable – Shadowdancing (Dancecapella)02. Newworldaquarium – Thousand Oaks03. Tuff City Kids – Breacher04. Daniel Jacques – End Of My World05. JT Donaldson – Mindsmoke06. Norm Talley – More Powder07. It’s Not Over – Late At Night (VIP Mix)08. Different Noodles – Banana Resort09. Alex Falk – BF10. Makam – Girls Night11. Octave One – Track 312. James Duncan – Shades Of House (A2)13. Wincent Kunth – Re Entry14. A Sagittariun – Conquering Lions15. Deadbeat – Whoa!16. Hard House Banton – Reign17. K-HAND – Clap Yo Hands18. Groove Chronicles – Your Power’s Taking Over19. Head High – Power Seat20. Taka Boom featuring Chaka Khan – Groove Like That21. Mr. Tophat & Art Alfie – House Music22. Mr G – Womb23. eLBee BaD – Don’t Wanna Lose Ya Love24. Bluelite – Enlite25. Will Azada – Pump That Shit26. Tronic Pulse – Hit That27. Heiko Laux – The Bridge28. Roman Flügel – The Odd Lobster29. G. Marcell – Breathe (Exhale Mix)30. Borrowed Identity – Leave Me31. The Oliverwho Factory – Take It Slow32. Genius Of Time – Tuffa Trummor Med Röst33. Nick Höppner – Track For Eb34. Terrence Dixon – Innocence35. Marcel Dettmann – Light

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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