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Jovan Vucetic joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Jovan Vucetic is a 19-year-old DJ/producer from Belgrade, Serbia. Making waves at such a young age, with his music already released on labels such as Roush Label, Material, Lapsus Music, Underground Audio, New Violence Records, and more respected house/tech-house labels, he is definitely one of the producers to pay attention to in the next few years. His music has already been supported and played by some of the most respected DJ’s in the industry, such as Jamie Jones, Marco Carola, MK, Roger Sanchez, Hector Couto, Francisco Allendes, Franky Rizardo and Proudly People, to name a few.

He has also been doing A&R work for NastyFunk Records for over two years now, working alongside the label boss Erik Christiansen to pick out the new, fresh music for the upcoming label releases. At the end of 2019, he also started his own label project – Wasted Music, partnering with Vaxx and Daniel Cuda in order to bring something fresh to the scene with this new project.


  1. Rossi – Applause [Tamango Records]
  2. Beau (UK) – Yes I Do [Deeperfect]
  3. Viktor (UV) – Wish On Leash [Under Pressure]
  4. Jaden Thompson – Thirsty Eyes [PIV]
  5. Dimmish – Troll [Solid Grooves Records]
  6. Ian Sound – Everybody [NastyFunk Records]
  7. Gerd – 1 In The Morning (Mene Edit)
  8. Vaxx – Disco Feet [Low:Res]
  9. Spega – Together (David Museen & Erik Christiansen Remix) [Wasted Music]
  10. K-Mack – Haters [Wasted Music]
  11. Nukem & Pazkal – Let Me Say (Thomas Cerutti Remix) [Observatory Music]
  12. Deeper Purpose & Intrusive – Not Techno [ViVa Music]
  13. Luuk Van Dijk – In The District (Ben Sterling Remix) [Do Not Sleep]
  14. Mason Collective – Steezin’ [Play It Say It]
  15. Jesse Perez – Things Done In The Dark [Do Not Sleep]
  16. Room 5 ft. Oliver Cheatham – Make Luv (Jovan Vucetic’s ‘Like To Party’ Edit)
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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