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Ross Roberts has been developing his DJing talent across London for the past four years, regularly applying his skills at the likes of Ministry Of Sound, XOYO, Fire and Lightbox. Last summer, Roberts ventured over the White Isle to join line-ups at both Eden and the Sankeys basement, and encouraged by his ever-growing list of achievements, the Londoner is now hitting the studio too.

Drawing influence from the likes of Richy Ahmed, Steve Lawler and the latter’s VIVa MUSiC label, Roberts blurs the boundary between house and tech house – always insuring he has the bounciest basslines and buckets of groove. Picking out a selection of tracks from across Europe, Roberts drops work by Grecian Detlef, Switzerland’s Mirco Caruso, Italian Luca Morris and the UK’s very own Darius Syrossian. Check out the tracklist below the stream for the full line-up.

Ross plays our Data Transmission “Class of 2016” Party at the Big Chill House in London this Saturday 9th January, with Artikal, Ron Mexico, Ben Sterling, Archie B, Jake Hillery and more. Entry is free so come on down and join the party, but make sure you get warmed up with Ross Roberts’ exclusive Spotlight Mix first!


Philip Bader – Handmade (Detlef Remix)
Spencer K – Vodka Way
Darius Syrossian – Stay Up Dancing, Get In Monday
Rhadow & NTFO – Hype!
Sunju Hargun & Forrest – No Futuro (System 2 338 Remix)
Mirco Caruso – Want You
Luca Morris – Just Move
Piers Crozier – One, Two
Hausewerks – Basement Vibes
Mariano Fonrouge – Miss Lady
Simone Liberall – Watch Out
System 2 – Smoke & Mirrors (Hanfry Martinez Remix)
Junior Pappa & Antionio – Nobody ft. Mehrklang (Detlef Remix)
Harvy Valencia – Oh My God
Montel – Jumpin



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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