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NUDE 002: A.S.H


Many of you may not be aware of A.S.H but not to worry, that was intentional. After a brief hiatus from music to focus on his career and family, the Portsmouth based DJ makes his return to the scene.

Drawing his influences from early Balearic sounds and the burgeoning U.K scene, A.S.H is bringing a new lease of life to the industry. His music speaks for itself. It defines peak time techno; full of intense, face-melting moments and bursting with personality. A.S.H’s tracks can be heard booming from sound systems all over the world, since becoming an integral part of Alan Fitzpatrick’s sets for the past year. The two producers met many moons ago but a brief encounter in 2017 prompted a well needed catch-up. Fast forward twelve months and the new artist has earned himself a spot on Fitzpatrick’s notorious ‘We Are The Brave’ roster.

In June 2018 A.S.H delivered the first official guest mix for ‘We Are The Brave Radio’. With a follow-up E.P due to be released on the label in August and multiple label party appearances planned, there are great things on the horizon for A.S.H as he finds his feet within the We Are The Brave crew. Starting in 2020, A.S.H combines with Frankyeffe on ‘Jealousy’, which we premiered!

Today, he is the second person to grace our new techno podcast over on our NUDE Soundcloud Channel, our new home to Techno Music. He delivers us an hour mix, which you can hear below and download here.

A.s.h intro
Drunken Kong- Let’s go
Spartaque -My Innocence
Markantonio- return to the summit 
Tiger stripes- ignition 
Ocean roulette- blocked calls(Sara Landry remix)
Thomas Schumacher- when I rock 
Ronnie Spiteri- dejavu (a.s.h remix)
Markantonio- cento
Lazar t – turn off the light 
Superstrobe- wonderland 
SHDDR-The Dose 
A.S.H- Love me 
Mario Ochoa- rising sun

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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