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DT822 – Bastian Bux


Bastian Bux is, in his own right, one of the DJs and producers with the most powerful past, present and future of the scene.

This multi-award Barcelona native has managed, thanks to his ambition, his talent and hard work, to be one of the main artists of Elrow, the most important electronic music promoter group on the planet, and perform in more than 50 countries.

The reason? Both as selector and producer, he is able to move with ease within house, tech-house, minimal or techno with a versatility that has made him a guarantee of success, and a regular in line-ups of the best festivals and clubs in Las Vegas, Amsterdam, London, Barcelona or Ibiza, performing for thousands of people every weekend; releasing his music with the most prestigious labels, and being present in the tracklists of the biggest names in the industry.

Eats Everything welcomes Bastian Bux & Baum to his influential imprint to mark its fantastic 50th release.

Today, he returns to the podcast for 2023. Listen to it below, on Mixcloud or iTunes here.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…

A sexy groovie house music night in Buenos Aires 🙂

What’s your personal favourite track on it?

I would say my new one with BizZa called “Energy Out”. Will be released on my label NEVERENDZ later this year and has been a must in my sets for weeks.

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?

I would say the energy that you receive from the crowd and gets you in a totally different vibe while playing. I love live mixes because of this. It is just impossible to fake it on studio mixes.

Tell us about your next EP?

My next EP is a two-track collaboration with my lifetime friend Baum. We’ve been together in this since I have memory and it’s crazy to think this is our first work together ever! But I couldn’t be more happy with it. “About Us”, the lead track, couldn’t have a better title: it is just the perfect musical definition of what Baum and me have in common: pure house music with filtered and french-house era influences. “Mad”, the other side, completes the EP with a more underground vibe, but still has something unique, special. I am really proud of this EP, and I think that Eats Everything’s imprint Edible is just the perfect place for it. Dan’s the man!

What have you got coming up?

This year will be full of releases on different labels, most of them new for me. After Edible I have a couple of songs signed with Yaya’s Tamango imprint, Detlef’s Issues and I’ll be back at Elrow Music label on early summer. I will also focus on collabs with artists that I love like Baum and BizZa, release more and better music on my label Neverendz, which is just one year old, and also start working on my new own events that will be really, really special. And of course, keep traveling and touring around the world both with my solo shows and alongside my beloved Elrow family.

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?

House Music is Back!


  1. Tre Reynolds – Slap The Bass [Deeperfect]
  2. Levi Swarm – Dance [Seven Dials Records]
  3. Marcellus (UK), Rian Dhanani – Keep Pushing [Deeperfect Shift]
  4. Jamie Jones – Piano Wax [Hottrax]
  5. Matt Egbert & Shuski – The Place [Short Circuit]
  6. Damian Martin – Ready Miami [Elrow Music]
  7. Ant Brooks – Worldwide Sound [Material]
  8. Bastian Bux – Flow [Sanity]
  9. Mike Scot – Dance You Out [MicroHertz]
  10. Darius Syrossian & Nara – Luis Conte [ViVa Music]
  11. Bastian Bux, BizZa – Energy Out [Neverendz]
  12. Indeep – Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (Meddles More Ass Mix) [Kookoo Records]
  13. Saul Antolin – Pa Divertirme [303 Lovers]
  14. Cajmere feat. Dajae – Brighter Days (Marco Lys Remix) [Cajual]
  15. Lui Maldonado – Trygu [Operating System]
  16. Claptone & Mylo – Drop The Pressure [Different]
  17. Saul Antolin – Danzas Tribales [303 Lovers]
  18. Italobros, Jerëmie. – Bolx [Kaluki]
  19. Marco Lys & Plaster Hands – Who Dares To Believe In Me [Bambossa Records]
  20. Moloko vs. Seb Zito – Sing It Back (Bastian Bux Edit) [Unreleased]
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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