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Erudith joins the Spotlight Mix series


Roman Shuev aka Erudith was born and raised in the south of Moscow. Having fronted bands in the 2000s, he switched to dance music and debuted under the name MotiBo in 2014, releasing on labels such as NYLO Music, Media Blackout and D2 Records. A remix of the MotiBo and UngaDume collaboration ‘Let It Flow’ was the soundtrack to the 2018 film, Alterscape.

Claptone included Erudith’s ‘Freedom’ in his May 2019 Clapcast mix and Claude VonStroke opened his March 2019 edition of The Birdhouse Mix with ‘Only’. ‘Freedom’ was also included in Traxsource’s ‘Weekend Weapons’ playlist. Erudith’s previous release on Champion Records, ‘Drop The Bass’, was supported by Claptone, Claude VonStroke, Annie Nightingale on BBC 1Xtra, Kryder, Andi Durrant, Tom Novy, Taku, and Ben Malone on Kiss FM.

Erudith released ‘Drop The Bass’ on Champion Records last year and has returned to the label with ‘Lost’ featuring Tiana, featuring his trademark vintage ‘90s sound. Erudith’s ‘Lost’ is out now on Champion Records. Buy at http://lnk.to/Erudith-Lost

Today, he joins us on the Spotlight mix series, with an hour of music. Check it out below!


1. Douglas Greed – Funeral (Original Mix)
2. James Dexter – Stay (Original Mix)
3. Local Options – Tribute (Original Mix)
4. Mares – Flyman 
5. Miane – Don’t Trust Anyone 
6. Abel Ortiz – Right Here, Right Now (Vin Vega Terrace Remix)
7. Mares – Flyman 
8. Erudith – I Lose Control (Original Mix)
9. Todd Terry, D.M.S. – Let Me Tell You Somethinn (Dennis Quin Remix)
10.Erudith – Satisfy (Original Mix)
11. Hardrive – Deep Inside
12.. Erudith – Drop the Bass (Extended Mix)
13. PEZNT – Kume (Original Mix)
14. Erudith – Satisfy (Original Mix)
15. Ruben Mandolini – Pussyn
16. André Salmon, Eddie Sone – Letsdown (Original Mix)
17. Suddi Raval & Simitu – Unusual Perspective
18. André Salmon, KC Wray, Dave Sanz – Uncomplicated Beauty feat. Lollie Vox (Original Mix)
19. Erudith feat. Tiana _Lost_ (Extended Mix)

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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