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Sam Holland joins the Spotlight Mix


2020 was a great year for Sam Holland and a strong beginning to his journey as a solo artist. Releases came through thick and fast on the likes of Four Thirty Two, Club Bad, Too Many Rules, as well as two outings on Knee Deep In Sound.

His ‘Disco Dancer’ EP remains a popular favourite amongst the Knee Deep In Sound fanbase and was included in the 2020 review curated by Hot Since 82.

The year ended on a high with his ‘Love Control’ EP on Mele’s Club Bad label, which received BBC Radio One support from Pete Tong and Danny Howard for 4 weeks running. The EP also featured in the ‘New Dance Friday’ section on Danny Howard’s Friday night show.

With a solid foundation in place, Sam Holland is set for an exciting future in the realm of electronic music. Influenced by 70s disco and 90s tribal house music, expect to hear uplifting disco cuts and rolling percussion for his upcoming releases in 2021!

2021 started strong for Sam Holland with a second outing on Mele’s Club Bad which was again supported on Radio One by Annie Mac and Danny Howard. The A-side ‘Does It Feel’ also made it into the Top 100 House chart on Beatport.

He joins the Spotlight mix today, check it out here and download it here.


1) Tony Humphries – Charlie Sez
2) Novecento (Italy) – The Vibe Inside (Emanuel Satie Remix)
3) Hot Since 82 – Naboo (Jansons & Nick Curly Remix)
4) Sam Holland – Unity
5) Sam Holland – Supersonic
6) Diezel – Tribal Chant
7) Sam Holland – Missing You
8) Bontan – Kalambo
9) Chus & Ceballos, Dennis Cruz – The Sun
10) James Solace – Kenya
11) Behrouz, Squire – Honey On My Lips
12) Jamie Jones, Richy Ahmed – I Need It (Butch Remix)
13) 1-800 Girls – Don’t Wanna Stop

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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