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489 – Miguel Campbell

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After fifteen years in the game, Miguel has been galvanised the house music scene since the early 90’s and has also been a DJ since that time. Miguel began producing his own music as one ‘half’ of the underground duo HCB. Miguel isn’t messing about in 2016, and has already been heading up Tribal Sessions parties all over the country before announcing this new LP. If we said we suspected that Miguel Campbell had a time turner would that be too geeky a Harry Potter reference? Yes? Well in that case let us say that we have no idea where he finds the time to juggle his commitments as a producer with his hectic touring schedule.  He has just released a storming new solo LP called  ‘Memoirs’ on Outcross Records and today he joins our Podcast series…. Hoorah!

Through tracks like ‘Chemistry’, ‘Own Thing’ and ‘Everlasting’, Miguel explores a range of both sounds and crucially, emotions, that have defined his years in dance music. Also nodding to the classic French touch sound – one his production work has long been renowned for – on tracks like ‘Knightmare’, a raft of punchier, peak-time house grooves also punctuate ‘Memoirs’ – an album that listens like the most versatile of his three studio albums to date.

Tracklist
Miguel Campbell – Jamie’s Song
Francesca Lombardo – What To Do (Matrixxman Remix)
Booka Shade – Neon Gods (Dub)
Midas 104 – Eos
Kerb Staller – Siren Song
Etienne De Crecy – Am I Wrong (Boogie Vice & Beatangers Remix)
Kideko & George Kwali – Crank It
Ben Delay – Rock & Roll
Ali Love – Emperor (Maceo Plex Remix)
Matt Fear – Orange Girls
Paul Woolford – Erotic Discourse (Tool)
Destructo – Techno

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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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