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EMUH joins the Spotlight Mix Series

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Seattle electronic artist EMUH explores the dichotomy of the favourable and frightening advances in technologies – and what they mean for humanity – on his new EP, Dial Tones, out in late December on Feral One Records.

EMUH is a celebrated producer, musician, and vocalist with releases on Prime Society Records and Space Yacht, alongside remixes for Arnold & Lane and GAWP. He’s also an established engineer and producer under the name Hume Audio, working with clients like Casmalia, Longstocking, Mitch Dodge, Schade, Speaker Honey, and ZOF for some of the biggest labels in the world including majors like Universal, Insomniac, and Columbia.

It’s safe to say that EMUH has channelled the advance of technology into something fulfilling for himself and beneficial to the world. Still, he is far from ignorant of what this technological integration has meant for society, and, on an individual level, much of this technological integration begins with one item in particular: the phone.

This truth makes it only fitting that the Dial Tones EP begins with its title track, which in turn begins with the sound of a lively conversation at a jovial gathering, one that the narrator is ignoring entirely as he waits for the phone to ring.

He dropped us the Spotlight mix today, check it out below and grab it here.

Tracklist

1. EMUH – Frog Kiss
2. GAWP – Boiling Point (EMUH Remix)
3. EMUH – G Bounce
4. Longstocking – Good Stuff (EMUH Remix)
5. Still Woozy – Get By
6. Monsta Boy – Sorry (Original Mix)
7. EMUH – The End Of The World
8. Facunh – Sexy Acid (Instrumental)
9. EMUH – Dial Tones
10. EMUH, Moto Tembo – ID
11. EMUH – Dysmorphia
12. EMUH – ID
13. EMUH – ID
14. Tommie Sunshine – ID
15. Kidd Mike – ID
16. Naomi Wild – La La Land (BØATS Remix)

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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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