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Now closing is usually a word we hate. Whether it be another club closing its doors for good or just the lights coming on after an epic night it’s definitely one of our least favourite parts of our vocabulary.  Cliché lovers everywhere often muse that’s it’s not a rule without and exception and Ibiza Closing is that exception as the White Isle sees off another year of partying in emphatic style. Not lucky enough to head out to the island this Autumn?  Then fear not as Data Transmission has your back and is bring the sound of the Island to you in the shape a brand spanking new mix from Spain’s Andrés Campo.

Having delivered several standout performances that we were lucky enough to enjoy in Ibiza last summer, it quickly dawned upon us that the man from Aragon was someone we needed to have on the podcast. So, with the temperature starting to drop we thought that there would be no better time than now to welcome him into the fold with his trademark blend of celestial sounds certain to help us stave off those seasonal blues for that little bit longer. Turn this up and tell winter to wait.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
Hey, I am Andres Campo and this is my sound

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
Its difficult to choose just one, but i guess I should say my own track Grey, ha! It’s the latest of mine to hit the download charts and has already been supported and charted by the likes of Pan-Pot, Umek and others.

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?
The mix showcases my sound. Sometimes I might create a podcast mix that covers a bunch of styles and sounds and is more a listening experience, but this time, whilst its still for listening of course, I tried to focus more on the sound of my club sets. A good mixture of energy, groove, weirdness and a bi of emotion. For Dancing!

What’s the best gig you’ve played recently?
This summer has been fantastic, Space Ibiza was super, Privilege too, Monegros Italy and for sure every night in my beloved Florida 135 etc. but if i need to choose the best for me i think it was when I played all night at Club4 in Barcelona, where I live. It’s an initmate club that has almost mythical reputation within the Spanish scene. It was great, I got to play so much of the music that usually I might not get the opportunity to and work it all in my own style. The crowd were very receptive to it. Respect!

What have you got coming up? 
Up next is a big date in my home region, GlobalMusic. I am part of a great team who have been working hard on this years event. Last year was amazing with more than 20,000 people. So we’re hoping for another amazing party. I’ll also be focusing on my own label Florida Music Records and for sure the upcoming parties at Florida 135 where I am resident. We have so many exciting events coming up at the club in this new season. I can’t wait!

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
For sure! Hey guys! Thanks for your time and for this opportunity. Now stop reading and start listening. Oh and I hope you enjoy the mix…

Tracklist
Intro
Sian – Are you reading this (Ramon Tapia Stuck in the strobe Remix)
Tony Dee – Noise Of Shadow (Macromism Remix)
Reinier Zonneveld – Trackstomp (Original Mix)
Jerome Sydenham – The Jockey Feat. Quell (Rider Dub)
Alex Mine, D-Deck – Stratos (Original Mix)
Layton Giordani – Never Forgotten (Original Mix)
Boryana – Timelapse (Original Mix)
Dandi & Ugo – Funny Tunnel (Original Mix)
Manic Brothers – Black Bay (Original Mix)
Luigi Madonna – Summer Story (Original Mix)
Frankyeffe – Yes Or Not (Original Mix)
Andres Campo – Grey (Original Mix)
Angel Alanis, Diarmaid O Meara – Konskript (Original Mix)
Royksopp – Sordid Affair (Maceo Plex Remix)
Pawn Shop People – Children Of The Rave (Original Mix)
Raffaele Rizzi – Vulcano (Original Mix)
Andres Campo – White (Alberto Ruiz Remix)
Regal (ES) – Shake (Original Mix)
David Durango – Random Pleasure (Alexander Kowalski Remix)

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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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