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Spotlight Mix: Cubed DJs

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For this week spotlight mix we’re feeling a little bit square as we welcome the Cubed DJs to the fold.

Cubism is not a homogeneous art movement but, rather a collection of extremely differing movements and directions, all of which have undergone metamorphoses during their own development and as such the good folk at Cubed have acted accordingly as their own night continues to evolve.

This weekend, Cubed once again curate a stage at Bugged Out Weekender with sets from Jonas Rathsman, Jack Savage of Friendly Fires, Kiwi and Ashworth amongst others. But just who are the ‘Cubed’ DJs?  Well, they’re co-founders Pete Wheeler and Chris Wells who having played countless sets together over the years have formed the kind of bond most pairings can only dream about. For their mix for Data Transmission, the dynamic duo offer us a glimpse of what they’d like to hear on a night during the Bugged Out Weekender, building quickly from filtered disco into house and techno before serving up a hands in the air finale for the moment when the lights come up and the 7am survivors make their way towards secret chalet parties.

Tracklist
Sirus Hood & Ardalan – Paris to SF (intro)
The Organ Grinder – 4 The Music
Doc Daneeka – Where U At?
Munk – La Musica (Shir Khan Remix)
Box Saga – Zen And The Art Of Deadlines (Prins Thomas Edit)
Gr – Dark Wood
Ashworth – Speedo
Dean Grenier & Hej Fund – Half Wit
Stream Moodtrap – Make It Better (Gerd Rough Dub Remix)
Kiwi – Atlanticus (Man Power’s Specific State remix)
Denis Sulta – It’s Only Real
Floorplan a.k.a. Robert Hood – Never Grow Old (Re-Plant) [M-PLANT]

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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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