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Aderfia join the Spotlight Mix


Emerging from the UK city of Bradford, Aderfia are a tech house duo who have been collectively laying it down since 2017. Since their early days, Aderfia has been known for their high-energy sets mixing a variety of genres including tech house, Techno, garage, deep tech and timeless classics giving the crowd a very unique experience.

Since 2019, Aderfia began to get to grips on the production side of the industry developing them from DJs to artists. Their unique production style of tight drums, 90s Synth Samples, Catchy Vocal chops and arpeggios compliments their ever-growing unique sound. Once they got to grips on the music production side, Aderfia then saw success from various label releases over the past 3 years including Will Taylor’s FREAK imprint which saw some massive support all over the world branching their sound out to new ears and bringing them new fans along the way. Support has included Marco Carola, Solardo, Bob Sinclar, Pawsa, Florentia and many more.

Aderfia are an integral part of the Leeds music scene having worked with a variety of the cuts biggest brands landing them sets at the city’s finest venues including Mint Warehouse, The Warehouse, Space, Distrikt, Canvas Yard and Hifi Club. The hard work and dedication to music has also seen Aderfia play in other cities and towns including Liverpool, Sheffield, London, Halifax and Colne.

With big plans for the future including the expansion of their brand RekTek, Aderfia are a name to watch closely for.

They join us on the Spotlight mix today, check it out below and grab it here.


1. Callum Blackburn – Latina 0-2:40
2. Jerome Six – Every Single Time (Max Chapman Remix) 2:40-5:50
3. Tre Reynolds – Closer 5:50-8:20
4. RSquared – Where’s Phil? 8:20-12
5. Discip, The B3atboyz – Juz Listen 12-15
6. Beltran – Warning 15-19:20
7. Karretero – No Swipe 19:20-23:20
8. Sllash & Doppe – Bomboleo 23:20-27:15
9. Edward Maya – Stereo Love (Aderfia Remix) 27:15-30
10. Seb Zito, James View – Give it Some 30-33:05
11. Danny Snowden – Cut It Back 33:05-37:10
12. Alex Culross – Baby G 37:10-42
13. Sosa – Bring It Back 42-44:05
14. Gaskin –  A Fresh Energy 44:05-48:10
15. Morgan Seatree, Tasty Lopez – The Strength 48:10-53
16. Andrea Mendez – Bring Me Love 53-55:25
17. Hannah Laing – Good Love 55:25-59
18. Because Of Art – Circle Of Light 59-1:02

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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