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Del-30 join the Spotlight Mix Series



Hailing from Yorkshire and following in the footsteps of such fine double acts as The Chuckle Brothers and puddings & gravy, Del-30 are the new kids on the block and they’re threatening to redefine the sound of electronic music in the north east, all without the use of a single donk.

Consisting of Gaz Kitcher & Alex O’Keefe, Del-30 have drawn on their combined twenty one years industry experience and their own unique musical influences and differing backgrounds, drum & bass and house respectively, to create their own take on house and tech house, described by many as an aural orgasm or “like listening to God whistle”.

Based in Huddersfield, Del-30 have been playing their own brand of high energy house and tech house at a number of high profile parties in some of the most respected venues on both the local and national scenes, including Reach Festival, Yorkshire, Mint Club, Leeds, Church, Leeds, Detonate Festival, Nottingham, Ministry of Sound, London and XOYO, London, to name just a few. With the summer of 2017 shaping up to be their best yet with more national and international bookings in the pipeline. So, just like any character played by fellow Yorkshireman Sean Bean, ever, it’s fair to say Del-30 have absolutely killed it lately.

One thing that cannot be said about Del-30 is that they lack ambition and with plans to start their own label, run their own parties and achieve total world domination, as well as a nice two week caravanning holiday in the Lake District, you can expect to hear and see big things from these lads in the not-too-distant future.

Solardo’s Sola label will mark its 50th release with SOLA50, a series of five singles, featuring some of the best-selling artists on the label including Camelphat, Secondcity, Mason Maynard, Prok & Fitch, Del30, and of course Solardo themselves – click here for more info.

Today, Del-30 join us on the Spotlight Mix series.

00. Concept Neuf – The Path (Del-30 Intro)
01. Silvano Del Gado – From Brasil to Jamaica
03. Mijangos – Aqui Se Baila (Afro Latin Mix)
04. Latmun – Counting Tool
05. Iglesias – Fugue (Del-30 Edit)
06. Gorge – So They Say
07. Alexic Rod – Dubby Dub
08. Neverdogs, Sebastian Ledher – Dos
09. Del-30 – Prodigious
10. Siwell – Dark Moon
11. Nic Fanciulli – Star
12. DJ PP – Miami Vice
13. Ohmme – Nods
14. Marco Strous – Dope
15. Riaz Dhanani – Hot Fuse
16. JRJ & Tony Hughes – Give Her The D
17. Kinnerman – Promised Land
18. DJ PP & Jack Mood – Kick A**
19. Del-30 – Rolling Tribe

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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