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My Cat Snoop joins the Spotlight Mix Series



My Cat Snoop is the latest cat to have landed on the scene.

The alter ego of Brighton resident Gregg Ashley. No new guy on the scene by any stretch. Gregg has been DJing and producing for many years, but decided to roll out with My Cat Snoop to freshen things up.

My Cat Snoop dropped his first releases in the summer of 2015 on Deep Tech Records,Yoruba Grooves & Dark Face Recordings. These slabs of techy analogue grooves immediately picked up support from the likes of Richy Ahmed, Nicole Moudaber, Russ Yallop, WaFF, Sonny Fodera and German Brigante among others. The tracks performed very well with ‘Use Your Head’ reaching the top 10 on the Beatport Minimal Chart, and the track ‘Drugs’ making the top 20 at the same time.

Since then this cat hasn’t looked back. He got busy working on his next slew of tracks. Needless to say he upped his game quite considerably, signing his next 3 releases to Claude Von Stroke’s Dirtybird, new school power house Underground Audio and also to Nicole Moudaber’s MOOD imprint.

His new release ‘Synchronise EP’ is out on Hottrax now, grab a copy here.

1. Matthias Meyer – Infinity [Liebe Detail]
2. Vincenzo D’amico – The Groove [D-FLOOR Music]
3. Jey Kurmis – Fien [Hot Creations]
4. DJ Mets – Take Off [Moom Records]
5. ANOTR – The Issue [NO ART]
6. Sabb – Percomaniac [Style Rockets]
7. wAFF – Karimba [Desolat]
8. My Cat Snoop – Dubplate [Whitelabel]
9. Hector Couto – Kinky Pinky [Saved]
10. My Cat Snoop – Synchronise [Hottrax]
11. My Cat Snoop – Don’t Stop [Hottrax]
12. Sante – Sub Bass System (Dale Howard Remix) [ElRow Music]
13. My Cat Snoop – Rekids [Hottrax]
14. Riva_Starr, Tiger_Stripes – Move_It [Truesoul]
15. My Cat Snoop – Active [Whitelabel]
16. Claude VonStroke – The Clapping Track [dirtybird]
17. My Cat Snoop – What’s Goin’ On [Whitelabel]
18. Emanuel Satie – One Love [Moon Harbour Recordings]
19. Kirik – Mr002 1 [Memory Remains]
20. Joe Smooth – Promised Land [Trax Records]

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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