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DT653 – De La Swing


Born in Madrid in the ’80s. Domingo Bellot aka De La Swing started his musical career at the age of 16. Influenced in its beginnings by techno and drum&bass. His technical skills, ability to connect with the crowd and he’s diverse musical style has made him one of the most versatile DJ’s in Spain.

Since 2010, De la Swing has been one of the emblematic elrow residents. De la Swing is that type of non-conformist artist which lives in a continuous sound evolution. Where the depth, darkness and fun are always present in his sets. He shows his creativity and innovation on stage, driving his passion and vibrancy to create a different story every time. He’s always establishing a unique connection with the crowd.

While in the studio, De la Swing is a solid and fertile mind being in charge of different labels as Elrow Music, Florida Music & Ker Recordings. Also having produced and remixed for labels like Form, Drakos Recordings and Amazing Lab. However, his skills and abilities go further on.

With his latest release is Club Del Sol EP on Kaluki. We asked him on the Podcast for a very long overdue, first time on the series.

Listen to it below, on Spotify or iTunes here


01 MLiR – El Baile De Los Muertos (Original Mix)
02 Tiger Stripes, Hanna Hais – Consecration (Tiger Stripes Dub)
03 Daniel Stefanik – Confidence (Adam Port Remix)
04 PAAX (Tulum) – Djorolen (THEMBA’s Herd Extended Remix)
05 RAR – The Tool (Original Mix)
06 Novodisc – Ta Bueno Que Me Pase (Original Mix)
07 Harry Romero – Mongonix (From Beneath The Earths Crust)
08 Unknow Artist – Into the Groove (Original Mix)
09 Mathias Tanzmann, Sven Tasnadi – Such A Thing (Original Mix)
10 Archie Hamilton, Enzo Siragusa – Ricochet (Original Mix)
11 De la Swing , Nico Ferrada – Toguether (Original Mix)
12 Rendher, Tacko – Grosso Modo (Original Mix)
13 De la Swing – Club Del Sol (Ben Sterling 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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