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Yaga joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Yaga is a Serbian DJ and music producer with over 14 years of experience in different genres and subgenres of dance music, easily adapting to the sound and expectations of clubs, festivals, events, etc.

Recently joined forces with Brazilian samba dancers forming a group and performing live, bringing a special atmosphere and energy to every show. His sound is characterized by innovative and polished production, an infectious rhythm full of exciting twists joining tech house, bass house, house and similar genres.  

One of his latest tracks ‘Bad Buzzer’ (signed on Tough Love’s Get Twisted Records) hit over 860 000 streams on Spotify and 11th spot on Beatport’s Hype Tech House and stayed in the Top100 charts for 2 months.

His tracks have been released on the world’s leading labels such as Get Twisted, RIM, Freakin 909, Tribal Kitchen,  Baikonur, Basscvlt, Monotonik, and have charted high on Beatport’s Tops several times.

He joins the Spotlight mix today, check it out here and download it here.


DVBBS – Fool For Ya (Extended)
Dom Dolla – Pump the Brakes (Extended Mix)
Sander van Doorn – What You Want (Extended Mix)
Habstrakt & KARRA – Ice Cold (Extended Mix)
Yaga – This Is House
Yaga x MACROLEV – Louder (Original Mix)
Yaga – ID
Yaga – ID
Yaga – ID
Yaga – ID
Yaga – ID
Yaga – ID
Yaga – ID
Leandro Da Silva – So Crazy
Mele, Shovell – Pasilda
Tshegue – Muanapoto
Rene Amesz – Bustin’
Mele – Groove La Afrika
Yaga feat. Noa – Buzzer Brother
Barbatuques – Baian· (Jack Back Club Remix)
Yaga & Brandon Caballero – Get Up
Yaga – ID
Yaga – ID
Dombresky – Soul Sacrifice
Vassa – Like an Egyptian
Junior Jack & Tube & Berger – E Samba 2018 (Josh Butler Remix)
Argy – Ketuvim
Stylo, Space Motion – Yeke Yeke
Louie Vega, Harry Romero – El Ritmo (Exlusiv) V.I.P
Cheyne Christian – The Story of Latin Music
Shouse – Love Tonight (Vintage Culture & Kiko Franco Remix)

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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