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DT706 – Jairo Delli


In an attempt to avoid cold descriptions or pretentious speeches, Jairo Delli’s work in the musical micro complexes itself in the realm of the purely emotional, like an inherent extension of his strong personality that unfolding itself in front of a turntable and a mixer. From his privileged position at the head of Six Sound Records, he can transport beyond the walls of the Canary Islands the musical concept, which thanks to producers like him, are attracting the attention of DJs worldwide that are constantly searching new musical trends that might refresh the global electronic scene.

His musical productions are a sincere proposal and yet, as effective as risky. You only need to enter his own space on Beatport so as to confirm that his beats give off camouflaged uncontainable energy underneath bass lines which drag to perdition along with some relentless drum tracks which are inexorably hypnotic, almost touching the exoticism which suggests Jairo’s subtropical provenance.

It is not in vain that Tenerife boasts that non-transferable insular charisma with which all its local musical producers seem to smear their own releases. As for Jairo Delli, his musical background is anchored in the purely Atlantic sound dating back to the last years of the 90’s decade, although this hesitant initiation trip of his started to gradually develop to become a solid proposal which helped him obtain, among hundreds of participants, a priceless place in the top ten rankings of the Arenal Sound Festival in Castellón (Spain).

Today, he joins on the podcast for the first time. Listen to it below, on Mixcloud or iTunes here.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
Data Transmission always shows tracks & mixes full of energies, positive vibes and also the tech house essence

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
My favourite tracks are: Fat Cut- Hector Couto  All night- Alberto Segador

What’s the best gig you’ve played recently?
Best Events: I haven’t been able to play at any event lately due to the COVID -19 situation, but ‘Ritmos del Mundo Festival’ was the best & had the honour to play alongside Hector Couto, wAFF & Nic Fanciulli.

What have you got coming up?
Releases: I’m keeping busy with different projects & collabs. I’m indeed releasing remixes on the 7th & 18th of August

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
I want to thank you guys for letting me be part of this family, and hope my mix helps the readers to keep positive


1-Alberto Segador – All Night ( Original Mix )
2-Carloh – One Moment (Original Mix)
3-Alex Wellmann – Sucker Boy (Original Mix)
4-Cevin Fisher, DJ Chus, Pablo Ceballos – Lost in Music Feat. Cevin Fisher (Hector Couto Remix)
5-Andre Salmon, Juan Vargas, Victor Balseca – Pineapple Style (Mark Jenkyns Remix)
6-Miguel Lobo & Mene – Work That (Original Mix)
7-Hector Couto – Fat Cut (Original Mix)
8-Ammo Avenue – Pata Pow (Original Mix)
9-Deiver, Daoud – Nobody In The Room (Original Mix)
10-LondonGround, Manu Desrets – No Return (Original Mix)
11-Proudly People – Time Up (Original Mix)
12-Vanilla Ace, Lucati – Getto Getto (Original Mix)
13-Aitor Astiz – Shake That Booty (Original Mix)
14-Disaia & Daniele Travali – Turn Off the Lights
15-Fabio Neural & DJ Fronter – Tribalism

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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