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Chicks Luv Us join the Spotlight Mix series

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Chicks Luv Us is above all a story of friendship between two young DJ / producers from the south of France with a joint love for Deep and Tech House Music.

Full time residents of Spartacus Club Mecca of Marseille. In less than three years Chicks Luv Us have put their sound into some of the best clubs in Europe such as Studio 338 & Ministry Of Sound (London), Sankeys (Ibiza) to name a few.  Production wise, their tracks of Tech / House dark and punchy have attracted the best labels of the moment such as Relief, Roush, Repopulate Mars, Snatch, Elrow, CUFF, Get Physical, Sanity, Mr Carter, Materialism, Inmotion, Mono Recordings, Moan, Time Has Changed.. plus many more.. and their own structure all freshly launched Spartacus Lab.

Be prepared for these two lads as they have a habit of devastating everything in their path and today, they join the Spotlight Mix series today!

Tracklist:
1 – Chicks Luv us – Come Inside [Repopulate Mars]
2 – Emery Warman, Pasquale Caracciolo – Ganjah (Chicks Luv Us Remix) [NoExcuse]
3 – Michael Bibi – Youth Culture (Original Mix) [Solid Grooves Raw]
4 – Chicks Luv us – Pick Of The Club [Roush Label]
5 – Armand Van Helden, ANOTR – Funk Phenomena (PAWSA Extended Remix) [NO ART]
6 – Hauswerks, Sola Tamas – Flash Life (Original Mix) [Sola]
7 – HOTC116 A2 Josh Butler – Doesn’t Work [Hot Creations]
8 – CUFF069a_US_(US)_-_Are_You_(Original_Mix) [CUFF]
9 – SecondCity, George Smeddles – Groove Is In (Original Mix) [Sola]
10 – Carloh – AlLone feat. Mar Amk (Original Mix) [Moon Harbour Recordings]
11 – HOTC116 A1 Josh Butler – Anonymous [Hot Creations]
12 – Caal, Baum, Solo Tamas – Dtension (Original Mix) [Repopulate Mars]
13 – Michael Bibi – Wet Glue (Original Mix) [Solid Grooves Raw]

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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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