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Yes it’s that time of year again, with dance music aficionados from around the globe ready to party it up in Barcelona for Sonar, but what about those of us who can’t make the trip? Well fear not, Camea & Kiki have the answer as they provide this weeks DT podcast!

Mixed ahead of their much anticipated back to back performance for Ellen Allien’s Bpitch Control showcase in the open air setting of La Terrrazza, they’ll take to the decks alongside scene luminaries DJ Qu, Ejeca and Ellen herself for what appears well set to be an evening to remember on the 18th of June.

Exploring a wide range of the best cuts house and techno have to offer, the mix sees the pairing journey through a variety of upbeat numbers numbers that have had us thawing out those boogying muscles as we dance around the office. We can’t imagine a better way to start the week, although we’ll admit their selections have already got us looking at booking last minute flights to Spain…

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…

Kiki: A lift-off into the summer with surprises on the adventurous way…
Camea: Spacey and trippy open-air party beats —

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
Kiki: I´ve had some great moments lately dropping the Johnny Aux Remix for Shit Robot.
Camea: I can’t decide, I love them all!

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?
Kiki: I would say the synergy, that happens, when we play back 2 back. As we don´t do it that often, there´s always a special excitement and moments of surprise.

Camea: I agree with Kiki, we both have different styles but for some reason they fit really well together. It’s always a bit magical when we play B2B.

What’s the best gig you’ve played recently?
Kiki: It must be my last gig at the Panorama Bar in Berlin. They always give me the last slot and i´m able to play up to 10 hours. Having said that, i´m very much looking forward the summer open airs, as music sounds even better outside.

Camea: Actually it was something small and surprisingly special, a private house party in Monterrey, Mexico last weekend. The clubs were shut down for elections so they had to improvise, and it’s a rare treat that I get to play something so intimate. It was at a beautiful pool house, I played most of the night and got to get really deep and psychedelic. The people were cool and it was super fun. I love the unexpected.

What have you got coming up?
Kiki: Remixes for Ominous & Cari Golden on Motek, Krankbrother on Yousef´s Circus Records, Melokolektiv on OFF (also in the mix), Cali Lanauze on Faceless, Dave Seaman´s Selador and Ashley Wild on Dilate. I also just signed a collaboration with Raxon for Suara. And, of course, my weekly radio show on Ibiza Sonica.

Camea: This Summer I’ll be putting out some exclusive mixes on my monthly Neverwhere Radio show, with myself and some special guests. In July I’ll be releasing my next Bpitch Control single, ’The Hallway’, and I’m also working on some remixes for Get Physical and My Favorite Robot, as well as some other collaborations that I haven’t announced yet.

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Kiki: Enjoy the summer!

Camea: Hope you enjoy the mix!

Tracklist

CATZ N DOGZ – PARALLEL PROBLEMS [PETS]
BAAL – LUMEN [MUSICA AUTONOMICA]
STEVE COBBY & TRUDIE DAWN SMITH – WE START OVER (APIENTO & LX REMIX) [INTERNATIONAL FEEL]
MARCUS WORGULL & PETER PARDEIKE – TRIVIA [INNERVISIONS]
CASUAL AFFAIR – ORENDA [MOTEK]
CAMEA – EDGE OF INFINITY [GET PHYSICAL]
JONAS SAALBACH – HYPERRIIDER [MOODMUSIC]
SHIT ROBOT – WHERE ITS AT (JOHNNY AUX REMIX) [DFA]
ROSS EVANS – RUSTY LEE [MOBILEE]
RETSU – DISCLAIMER [SOULFOOLED]
AMBER RUSH
EL TXEF A – CLAIM OF PLANET EARTH (EDOUARDO DE LA CALLE REMIX) [FORBIDDEN COLOURS]
MOOG LEE & MEWA – AMBER RUSH [TANZ KIOSK]
MELOKOLEKTIV & DARLYN VLYS – CHANGE OF MIND FEAT. FORREST (KIKI REMIX) [OFF]
DJ METATRON – RAVE CHILD [TRAUMPRINZ]

 

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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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