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Tommy Phillips joins the Spotlight Mix

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New to Data Transmission, Tommy Phillips is an East Midlands based DJ & producer is creating an original and clear cut sound. 

A hard-hitter who takes pleasure throwing insatiable heaters into the ring, Tommy has Played throughout the U.K. extensively collecting a devoted army of club-lovers, which led the release of his debut single ‘Two-Step’ on Jump Digital Records in October.  

From the small town of Northampton with a passion for music that began through playing the drums for a gospel choir, Tommy has been studying music for almost a decade… and selling hip-hop beats to American artists at just fifteen years old. Inspired by a DJ set at Forbidden Forest when he was eighteen, the idea to produce dance music roared into his vision, and the path ahead became a lot clearer. 

Investing in decks and grafting at house parties, and anywhere he could, Phillips soon began to master his craft. Headlining a local club’s re-opening was the gasoline to the flame of his talent that led to multiple residencies across the U.K.  Inspired by Chicago House and 80s acid has helped Tommy to combine heavy basslines and energetic, percussive grooves.

Today, he joins the Spotlight Mix for the first time, check it out below and download it here.

Tracklist

Luca Donzelli – 2.64 (Original Mix) [Heavy House Society]
EdiP – Count and play [Bamboleo]
Carlos Sanchez – AcidToolz (Hector Couto Remix) [Roush]
Tommy Phillips – Snake charmer (Original Mix)
Hector Couto – Dimension (Original Mix) [Roush]
EdiP, Brad Runner – Never back (Original Mix) [Double Trouble]
Luuk Van Dijk – Everything I Want (Original Mix) [Heavy House Society]
Hector Couto – Step ahead (Original Mix) [Roush]
BRODYR – Got It (Mike Morrisey Remix) [Black Seven Music]
Tommy Phillips – 2 step (Original Mix) [Jump Digital Records]
Andre Salmon, kricked – King Goron feat. Falyn Williams (Original Mix) [Kultur] 
Sanchez & Narvaez – Da Bass (Original Mix) [Roush]
Red Weeller feat. Charitini – Freaky (Original Mix) 
Tommy Phillips – Chiquita (Original Mix)
Little Fritter – Freak it for me (Original Mix)
Louie B – Diamond Rings (Original Mix) [Jump Digital Records]
ANOTR – Live For Another (Original Mix) [NO ART]

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