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NUDE 006: Oliver Carloni


From the depths of the UK’s northern music scene. Oliver Carloni emerged as a front runner among DJ’s for festivals and nightclubs alike, with much of the credit coming from his solid determination and relentless enthusiasm. Known for his deeper sounds whilst still maintaining the key ability to be versatile among the underground scene, Oliver has held down some well sought after residencies, the main of which being the infamous Digital (Newcastle).

Oliver has further pursued his passion for music by launching the innovative record label – Throne Room Records, showcasing both local and global talent. With his 3- strong team, Oliver has managed to gain Radio 1 plays for the label along with support from artists such as Mark Knight, Groove Armada, Richy Ahmed, Dosem, Doorly and many more.

Whether he’s playing live, producing in the studio or behind the label, Oliver sits firmly on his Throne in the UK’s underground scene.

Today, he joins our new Techno Podcast over on our NUDE Techno channel, check it out below and download it here.

Victor Ruiz – Interstellar (Original Mix)
David Bau – Filth [ WEX 10 ] Remix)
Daniel Boon – Enemy (Alberto Ruiz Remix)
Marck D, Oliver Carloni – Ross 128 (Original Mix)
Richard Cleber – Nevermind (I Am Bam Remix)
Dennis Siemion – Special Force (Heerhorst Remix)
The Reactivitz – Space Trip (Original Mix)
Mario Ochoa – Rising Sun (Original Mix)
Ryan Dupree – Duality (Original Mix)
Belocca – Chemical Substance (Original Mix)
Bertzi – Odin’s Tempest (Devid Dega Remix)
Gaston Zani – Unruly (Original Mix)
Oscar Escapa – Alpha Centauri (Original Mix)
Jeremy Stott – Resistance (Original Mix)
Leo Lippolis, Oliver Caloni – Memories (Zakari&Blange 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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