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DT665 – Wally Lopez


Wally Lopez is considered the most important Spanish deejay actually. Owner of theFactoria Records and Factomania Group and resident every Thursdays at BE (Space Ibiza).

Born in San Blas in Madrid, 1976, Angel David López starts his career as a DJ and radio presenter at the early age of thirteen. With an innovative programme, specialized in dance music, he broadcasts his sessions at Top Radio (Spain) in the early mornings of the weekend.

Wally, a pioneer of the house music in Spain, starts his career as a producer in 2000 by launching the label Weekend Records, and remixing artists such as Tiësto, Marco V, Valentino Kanzyani, Dirty Vegas, Bob Sinclar and Robbie Riviera. After working for numerous labels and artists, he decides to create ‘La Factoria Records’ – now TheFactoria – in 2001, as well as a more underground sub-label called Formula Records. Recently Lopez has added a new label called FatXL that he has launched together with his colleagues Ismael Rivas and Iván Pica. The three labels together form part of the Factonomia Group that Wally presides, and it counts with different areas such as a management agency, management label or the Tremenda clothes shop in Madrid.

Today, he joins us on the Podcast series, listen to it below, on Spotify or iTunes here and Wally Lopez & Betoko – Soonrize is out now on Zerothree: https://www.beatport.com/release/soonrize/2680372

1. Shane 54 – Eat More Bacon (00:00)
2. Dezza – In Tents (05:30)
3. Enamour – Voye (10:50)
4. Themba – Better Days (17:06)
5. Wally Lopez – Space Control (22:19)
6. Pete Tong & Emanuel Satie – Time For Love (26:35)
7. CJ Jeff & Andrew Meller – The Morning After (32.52)
8. Wally Lopez – April Soul (37:04)
9. Simone Liberali – Landslide (42:35)
10. Wally Lopez & Betoko – Soonrize (49:24)
11. The Deepshakerz – My Way (56:13)
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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