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Trevor Gordon joins the Spotlight Mix

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Trevor Gordon, is the man from the moon. An introvert by nature, and an explorer of experimenting with sound.

Gordon’s tracks have reached attention from such radio stations as Rinse FM, DJ/Artists such as Todd Edwards, Defected Artists, the fabulous Grahame Farmer from Data Transmission, Mike Newman, KPD, top underground House producer Demuir from Purveyor Underground and many more!

Trevor Gordon’s background is a little interesting. He basically took a long break from everything to do with the Rave scene in 2003, hung up the headphones, and ventured off from the lifestyle and much of the music all together. It wasn’t until around 2014 when he was propelled back into it – a 2003 House DJ, reborn into the future! After experimenting with different genres, around 2016 the House bug hit and pushed him that direction.

With the influence from his House hero’s such as Daft Punk, Ian Pooley, and many artists alike, you’ll identify where Trevor Gordon’s sound stems from.

Watch for upcoming 2nd release for Label, MOISS Black, “Definition of Respect”, which will be coming out in the coming late fall of 2020!

Tracklist

  1. Eden Prince – Memories (Extended Mix)(Armada Music)
  2. Niki Muxx – Back (Ocean Trax)
  3. Teklow, Ca$hout – September (Loulou Records)
  4. George Mensah, Jhelisa – Friendly Pressure (Simma Black)
  5. Carlo – Freishwimmer (Suol)
  6. Mattei & Omich, Ella – Private Party (Extended Mix)[Mattei & Omich Music]
  7. Jay Vegas – Deep Inside [Hot Stuff]
  8. Mason – Flea (Tool Records)
  9. Choices – Less Is More (Music To Dance To Records)
  10. Trevor Gordon – Africation Vibration [Groove Soul Records FORTHCOMING]
  11. Mo’ Funk – Pick Me UP [Simma Black]
  12. Danny Cruz – Mind Up (Cruise Music)
  13. Disko Junkie – Disko Fantasy [Tasty Recordings Digital]
  14. Audio Jacker – Peep Show (Dub Mix) [Tasty Recordings Digital]
  15. Anfunk – House Sons [Hot Bit]
  16. Hatiras – Lucid Dreaming [Blacksoul Music]
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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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