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Spotlight Mix: Riaz Dhanani


2017 is the break through year for London based producer Riaz Dhanani.

Having had a run of consistently strong releases, Riaz has pushed through the competitive U.K. scene to become one of the hottest prospects in the industry, building a reputation for hard bodied, energetic, peak time tracks and quoted by many as one to watch in 2017. With his tracks instantly gaining support from the likes of Groove Armada, Sidney Charles, Lee Foss, De La Swing, Anthony Attalla, Richy Ahmed and many more, Riaz has the formula that’s gained traction among some of the industry’s top names and is moving dance floors world wide.

With releases already under his belt on leading labels such as Elrow Music and Incorrect Music, 2017 kicked off with massive momentum. Riaz caught the attention of label boss Steve Lawler and released the Beatport top ten “Hot Fuse” E.P. on the mighty ViVa Music, climbing to No.4 in the Tech House chart and gaining the support of heavy hitters such as Marco Carola and Matthias Tanzmann.

Hot Creation’s top selling artist’s Solardo have picked up Riaz’s latest collaboration with Harry Ley for an upcoming release on their “Sola” imprint. The track, “Sour Apple Groove”, has become a mainstay of Solardo’s sets, with them dropping it at their “Solardo Sessions” parties at The Royal Albert Hall, Manchester and in their closing set for Abode at new London venue Printworks. You can catch Riaz playing regularly in the U.K. at venues including Ministry Of Sound, Sankeys and XOYO as well as abroad with a quarterly residency for popular Amsterdam warehouse party Binnin Plaats and a summer residency for Audio Rehab at Eden, Ibiza.

Track Listing : –
1. Davina Moss feat Issa Elle – Oh Mama
2. Hector Couto – Nasty is Tasty
3. Mihalis Safras – W
4. Riaz Dhanani – Do It
5. Leftwing & Kody – Malinke
6. Luca Donzelli – Drummer Eager (Max Chapman Remix)
7. Riaz Dhanani – Back To The Funk
8. Riaz Dhanani – Truly One
9. Riaz Dhanani – Hot Fuse
10. Riaz Dhanani, Harry Ley – No Time
11. Riaz Dhanani, Harry Ley – Sour Apple Groove
12. Metodi Hristov – Behind (Original Mix)
13. Riaz Dhanani,Harry Ley – No Added Sugar
14. Hauswerks & Toni Varga – There Comes A Time (Wade Remix)
15. Andrea Oliva – We Trust
16. waFF – Wormhole

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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