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Kramder joins the Spotlight Mix series


Straight out of Paris, France, Valentin Lalonde, better known by his moniker Kramder, started producing music only six years ago. Bringing back funk house and disco sounds into all of his productions, there are truly no limits for this 21-year-old producer.

Taking early inspiration from the French house movement with such artists like Daft Punk, Justice, Kavinsky and the EdBanger Records, all while introducing some heavy bass-house bass lines and disco notes, Kramder’s sound is entirely well rounded.

In early 2017, kramder was sought out by a newly created French label, Noir Sur Blanc, and released one of his first singles, “VOTHKHAL.” Lately, kramder has worked with the likes of Tchami and Malaa, releasing his Ep “Funkastic” on the famous label Confession. The ‘Funkastic’ EP is the perfect blend of house and disco and serves as a real rebirth of funk. This was followed by an official remix for Malaa’ track “Addiction” and several releases “No Time To Be” “Little Haiti” on the New York-based label  “Uprise Music” all of which amassed hundreds of thousands of plays.

Later in 2019, Kramder joined Malaa on Tour during his Illegal Tour in France where he played at the famous Rex Club in Paris and other clubs in France. After this first tour kramder played in a lot of venues and festival all around Europe such as Lolapallooza, Moscow, Magazine Club etc.

Today, he joins the Spotlight Mix series, listen to it below and download it here.

1. Avesie Cadence – Get Static
2. DJ Tripman – High
3. Andrew Meller – Miss You (Max Chapman Remix)
4. The Pointer Sisters – Dare Me (Kibou Remix)
5. Macross 82-99 – Fun Tonight
6. マクロスMacross 82-99 – 葛城 ミサトYebisu (Yung Bae Edit)
7. kramder – ID
8. kramder – ID
9. Superfunk – Lucky Star (Numero 27 Remix)
10. Tiger And Woods – Gin Nation
11. Axwell – Nobody Else (A-Trak Remix)
12. Junior Sanchez & Hatiras – Rhythm Slave
13. Block & Crown – Frequency Freakin’
14. Greco & Mad Villains – Slay 
15. Lxury – J.A.W.S
16. Bleu Clair, Irsan & Devarra – Phone Call (kramder Remix)

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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