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DT867 – Javi Bora


Javi Bora graced the best clubs and festivals in cities such as London, Berlin, Tokyo, Barcelona, Sydney, Moscow, Frankfurt, Singapore and other corners of the world. As well as several times at the world-renowned elrow, Luciano’s very own Vagabundos events and Kompakt Records parties. Bora brings rhythm and groove wherever he goes.

Javi Bora has gained respect and recognition as one of Ibiza’s best resident DJs over the years. Nominated three times as Best Artist of the Year at the Vicious Music Awards. Javi Bora’s musical passion and background beginning in his childhood certifies him as one of the most interesting, unique and talented DJs based in Spain. His deep house and techno-house sets cleverly reflect his life influences from funky, Latin, Jazz to African music. He tells a history and takes you on a journey in his sets and adding a unique special vibe.

His productions, carefully balanced between classy House and groovy Tech House have earned the support and admiration of international first-class artists such as Laurent Garnier, Loco Dice, Steve Lawler, Groove Armada, DJ Sneak, Richy Ahmed, Jimpster, Steve Bug, John Digweed, wAFF or Nic Fanciulli to name a few, and included him in top-notch projects such as Richie Hawtin’s ENTER compilation. Receiving world class recognition, it’s no wonder then that his work has been released under industry-leading labels like Defected, Do Not Sleep, VIVa MUSiC, Suara, 2020Vision, Robsoul, elrow Music, Stereo Productions…

He is definitely one to note and admire from the Ibiza scene.

Today, he joins us on the podcast again. Listen to it below, on Mixcloud or iTunes here.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
This is my sound… My particular vision of dance music

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
Cavi – F The Disco (Original Mix) – Too Many Rules

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?
Pure love for House Music… and also the track “Sail Around The World”… loooooove it

Tell us about your next EP?
My next EP is a collaboration with Dateless. Out this month on Rawthentic. It includes Remixes by Demuir and Puff (IT). The supports are huge

What have you got coming up?
This week I will organise an event for my brand Too Many Rules in Marseille (France)… at the amazing Baby Club. I’ll play back2back all night with Leon from Music On. Also I have upcoming gigs around the world and events of Too Many Rules in different continents. I have some collaborations with some big names of the industry that will be released soon. I’m really excited for next months!

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Hope you like the mix I made for Data Transmission. Thanks for the love


01 – Andrea Maggino – Lovers (Original Mix) – Too Many Rules
02 – Javi Bora – What Do You Say? (Phil Weeks Ghetto Mix) – Too Many Rules
03 – Simon Kidzoo – Chakra (Original Mix) – Too Many Rules
04 – Sam Akers & Ewan McVicar – Sail Around The World
05 – Some Too Suspect – Garra (60s Mix) – Too Many Rules
06 – Javi Bora, Matheo Velez – Old But Gold (Original Mix) – Snatch! Records
07 – Nic Joseph, Mizbee – Pressure (Javi Bora Remix) – Too Many Rules
08 – Cavi – F The Disco (Original Mix) – Too Many Rules
09 – Olive F – Soul Soup (Lucas Alexander Remix) – Griffintown Records
10 – Rooléh – From A Distance (Original Mix) – Cecille
11 – Dennis Ferrer – Transitions (Javi Bora Remix) – Street King
12 – Nic Joseph – This Feeling (Original Mix) – Too Many Rules
13 – Dan Corco – Starblazer (Original Mix) – Too Many Rules
14 – Andre Salmon, Michael Joseph – Eufo (Original Mix) – Too Many Rules
15 – Javi Bora, Obando, Matheo Velez – Verdant (Original Mix) – Too Many Rules
16 – Bastian Bux – Howyalldoin (Original Mix) – Hottrax

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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