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Capej joins the Spotlight Mix series



The Scottish-born Capej brings us his first exclusive mix to the Data Transmission forte.

Capej is the culmination of subliminal and delectable grooves of a Shamanistic origin. His sound experimentation pays respect to ancient cultural instrumentation and philosophy on the foundations that became the genres we have experienced throughout the ages.

These great civilisations of time’s gone past; the Mayans, the Incas, the Egyptians, the Greek, the Mesopotamians, are some of our earliest and most historically rich, musically or otherwise, known in existence. It is through this infusion married with a minimalistic approach that really takes shape of Capej’s ardor in his sets and his productions.

His “Mamosa”, “Sunwaves” & “Recads” EP’s are just some of the pieces of work in progress and en route later this year, having recently released his track “Cap Roux” w/ the Baardman re-mix. Last year saw Capej release “Fortuda” on King Street Sounds, and follow up “Antique Land” this year which is out on the label also in August 2018.

Shamaan’s Hidden Cult is the his own outlet for this sonic pursuit, a foray into the Minimal and the delectable, which is a mix series going from strength to strength featuring Terence Terry most recently.

1. Arapu – Broken
2. Roger Gerressen – Simian Acres
3. Apo b2
4. Untitled X
5. Honesty – Big Sur (Pacific Mix)
6. What’s Love (NTFO Rework)
7. Untitled X
8. Ribo – Yucatec
9. Enzo Siragusa – Foreal (Djebali Remix)
10. Capej – Mamosa (Terence Terry Extended Active Mix)
11. Dubfluss & Rowlanz – Intergalactic (Subb-an Remix)
12. Untitled 001
13. Jack Wickham – Indigo (Cab Drivers Remix)
14. Untitled X
15. iO Mulen – Technetium
16. Mehlor – Elixir
17. Ben Ran – Xpand
18. Rhadow – Blueshift
19. Untitled X

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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