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Shir Khan Presents ‘Dancing and Romancing’ LP



Spearheaded by dance music legend Shir Khan, Berlin label Exploited is pleased to announce ‘Shir Khan Presents: Dancing & Romancing’, a compilation album featuring some of the best music over the last five years from the label’s most exciting artists.

Since forming in 2007, Exploited have gone on to break a plethora of emerging talent to the electronic world and beyond. Turning Claptone from an unknown artist into one of the biggest names in the dance arena, Khan’s talent as an A&R and his keen ear for cutting edge music has resulted in a formidable back catalogue featuring the likes of Julio Bashmore, Metronomy and Fort Romeau.

Striving to highlight that dance music is no longer reserved simply for the clubs, but has just as much merit on a home stereo system, ‘Dancing & Romancing’ truly showcases the label’s diverse roster and depth of talent with cuts from artist such as Claptone, Adana Twins, Homework, Munk, Joyce Muniz, Kruse & Nuernberg, Doctor Dru.

‘Dancing & Romancing’ will be released as a double CD and triple vinyl.

1. Compuphonic – “Radio Atlantis”
2. Adana Twins – “Drive” (feat Khan)
3. Claptone – “Night On Fire”
4. Cocolores – “Vox”
5. Murphy Jax – “Lets Get To It” (feat Mike Dunn)
6. Moodymanc – “Joy”
7. Homework – “Ask Yourself” (Audiojack Chemical Rewind)
8. Munk – “Happiness Juice” (Satin Jackets remix)
9. Sirens Of Lesbos – “Long Days, Hot Nights” (Claptone remix)
10. Dino Lenny – “I’m Coming Home”
11. James Curd – “Think You Know” (feat Annabel Weston)
12. Joyce Muniz – “Back In The Days” (feat Bam)
13. Kruse & Nuernberg – “Yokohama Nights” (feat Brolin)
14. Adana Twins – “Bleeding” (feat Human Life)

Side 2
1. Adana Twins – “Strange”
2. Kyodai & Daudi Matsiko – “Houston In The Blind”
3. Jimmy & Fred – “I See Lights” (Karmon remix)
4. Mickey – “Sweet Baby”
5. Kyodai – “Music Rises Up” (Claptone remix)
6. Homework – “Hold Me Tight”
7. Doctor Dru – “The Voice Of Dru”
8. Claptone – “No Eyes” (feat Jaw)
9. Nils Penner – “Bubbles”
10. Adana Twins – “Everyday”
11. Doctor Dru – “Foolish”
12. Compuphonic – “The Sun Does Rise” (feat Marques Toliver)
13. Human Life & Anabel Englund – “El Diablo”
14. Sirens Of Lesbos – “7 Minutes In Tibet”
15. Urulu – “1991”
16. Light Year – “Never Know”

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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