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Late Replies joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Replying late will never be the same. For the duo, music is not a talent, it’s their obsession. Born and bred Londoners, Josh & Kas aka Late Replies are building their DJing prowess ready to take over the world of house music. Beats that will make you groove all night, and non-stop energy makes it difficult for you not to love these guys – if you’ve seen them play, you’ll understand exactly what we mean.

Now in their third year as a duo, the majority of thier time is spent cooking up the next whopper from the LR kitchen aka the studio. Their debut release, ‘Wassoulou’, in collaboration with Resonance Records head honcho, Max Chapman, skyrocketed the Beatport charts and put them firmly on the map as rising stars in the producing game. This lead onto various further releases including ‘Get it Right’ on Resonance and a recent top 10 with their hit ‘Fantasy’ with Max Chapman on Solä. The lads also achieved a number one release on Under No Illusion earlier on in the year and a release with Stereo Productions. With so many unreleased tracks in the pipeline, and early support from the likes of wAFF, Solardo, FIsher, Max Chapman, Latmun, Simone Liberali, George Smeddles & to name a few, they are ready to take 2020 with a bang with many releases pre-planned ahead.

The next step for the lads is to really showcase their new night and residency at EGG London, called Late Nights. This kick starts on 6th December. This time the duo have invited down Luuk Van Dijk to headline the showcase on the Middle Floor with Charles Pierre also joining them.

Today, Late Replies joins us on the Spotlight Mix series for the first time.

Alejandre – Copernico
DJ Entwan – Bold
Aaliyah – Try Again (Late Replies Edit)
Proudly People – Spotlight
Jholyeson – Eiglee (Late Replies Remix)
Late Replies – You, Me & Hennessy
Max Chapman, Late Replies – We Move
Chicks Luv Us – More Than Love (Proudly People Remix)
Reme, Henry Jacobs – Theories
Late Replies – ILY
Late Replies – Hold Up
Carlos A, Alessio Bianchi – Your Time (J Matin Remix)
Alejandre – Basica
Marco Strous – Chemistry

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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