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Spotlight Mix: Caruana


Caruana started her djing career in late 2014 when she began playing for a small and intimate party in Southampton. This soon led to bookings at Junk club where she played alongside massive artists such as Darius Syrossian, Sidney Charles, Ben Pearce and more. It wasn’t long until Junk made Caruana a resident where she graces the decks on a monthly basis. Since this, she has secured a string of bookings which include gigs at London venues Fire, Lightbox and Ministry of Sound. The Social Festival soon offered Caruana a residency after her first gig with them where she has now played both the Summer and Winter Social Festival, and is on the bill for this years event in September.

Caruana has played regularly for London’s number one Sunday party ABODE and has her first festival abroad this July playing at Labyrinth Open Festival on the main stage alongside Dubfire, Andrea Oliva and Lee Foss. Other bookings include The Little Festival at Field Trip Festival, Cutting Edge at Fire and Habitat at Source Bar in Kent alongside one of her favourite DJ’s and producers Latmun.

Alongside DJing Caruana has been working hard on her own productions with a release coming out on Resonance Records next month with more music coming out in collaboration with Fin Evans.

Track List:
Dawn til dusk- Ross Evans
Refresh- Jey Kurmis, Nukov & Yelmet
Get down- Roger-that
Me vuelve loco- Kenny Ground, Alexander Vogt
Fokus- Eli Brown
Sonido- Josh Gregg
Control- ItaloBros
Disturbed- Caruana, Fin Evans
No camera’s, no phones- DJOKO
Inmind- Kids
Rz one- Okain
Providence- Azz! Johnston
People having sex- Steve Lawler (Hector Couto Remix)
The docks- Wilber

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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