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Jerk Boy joins the Spotlight Mix

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The moniker of Sydney DJ & producer Adam Stivala, ​Jerk Boy is one of Australia’s most familiar faces on the club circuit. Well versed in the quirks of low slung house music, ​Jerk Boy is a tastemaker at grassroots and a stand-out amongst his peers. Also flying under the radar as one half of tech duo ​Jack N Jerk​, together united in a mission to create not only dance music but dance-art.

Jerk Boy has graced the Sydney scene with his fresh take on house music. Now the producer has teamed up with fellow Sydney vocalist, The Baroness for their release on Tinted Records ‘Satellite’. The Baroness’ powerful vocals are recognisable from Beth Yen’s ARIA chart-topping hit  ‘Ocean feat. The Baroness’ and as the official touring vocalist for prolific Australian duo, Peking Duk

With a lazy day at the beach in mind, Jerk Boy wrote ‘Satellite’ which seamlessly blends a classic RnB vocal with jazzy synths, to create Jerk Boy’s signature house sound. Lyrically, the track tells the story of the challenges of trying seeing eye to eye with someone when you are just not on the same page. 

Today, he joins our Spotlight mix series, listen to it below and download it here.

Tracklist:
1.    Torso – El Toro (Can 7 Fruitcake Mix)
2.    Paul Rudder – Moment In Time
3.    Fouk – Just Feel Good
4.    Kapote – Brasiliko
5.    Sondrio & Black Loops – Stepper
6.    Detroit Swindle – Me, Myself, You (Cuthead Remix)
7.    Kerri Chandler – Where Is Love
8.    Mousse T – Move Ya
9.    Nico Castoldi, Castoldi – 1979
10. Felipe Gordon – Azucena Malagon (Jimpster Remix)
11. Axel Boman – Copacabana Dub (Original Mix)
12. Genius Of Time – Peace Bird
13. Simon Shaw – Honey
14. Ode to 75 – Fallin’
15. Jerk Boy (feat. The Baroness) – Satellite (Tom Evans 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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