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Fin Evans joins the Spotlight Mix Series



Originally from Guildford but currently based in Brighton, Fin Evans has a passion for all forms of electronic dance music and currently creates and plays House & Techno.

His knowledge of music across the dance music spectrum and beyond forged with his experience in the booth and his ability to read a room gives depth and variety to his sets when he plays live. Fin has also performed in the main room of other venues across the south coast over the past few years including The Arch Brighton and Junk Southampton.

As a musician who has been producing tracks since his mid-teens, Fin has years of experience in the studio under his belt. His production style blends rolling basslines with tight drums and atmospheric stabs. He has recently released music with Southampton based DJ / producer and fellow Collective resident Caruana on Max Chapman’s ‘Resonance Records’ (which we premiered on dt) as well as a three-track EP on ‘TAKE Records’.

The past year has also seen a two-track solo release on Maxine Garman’s ‘Red Alert Records’ and multiple free downloads championed by the likes of ‘Love Not Money Records’ and ‘When We Dip’.

As a resident for ‘Collective’ since it’s arrival on the scene two years ago, Fin has had the opportunity to play on a regular basis at the intimate Thirty3Hz in Guildford. He joins us on Saturday 14th July for our Let’s Get Shanghaied party at Thirty3Hz with Low Steppa & Wax Worx (grab tickets here) and to get you in the mood, he’s dropped in on Spotlight Mix. 

Josh Butler – Rabbit Hole (Original Mix)
Freddie Frampton – Black Betty (Original Mix)
Huxley & Hauswerks – Make It Right
Italobros – Overiu (Hauswerks Remix)
Deetron – Starblazer (Original Mix)
Steve Bug & Cle – Voodoo (Reset Robot Remix)
Wheats – Red Shadows (Original Mix)
Huxley & Hauswerks – On Your Knees
Lauren Lane – Forget To Remember
Sirus Hood – Serenade (Ki Creighton & Makanan Remix)
Fleetwood Mac – Big Love (Nic Fanciulli Remix)
Alex Virgo – Ze Dance
Phyllis Hyman – You Know How To Love Me (Joey Negro Extended Disco 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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