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Lex On The Decks joins the Spotlight Mix


London’s Lex On The Decks joins The Spotlight Mix this week with a high energy genre bending mix, starting with some heavy hitting tech house and evolving to bring the afro and tribal sounds she’s come to be known for. Having been mixing for a few years, her background spinning hip-hop and bashment has shaped the electronic music she loves and champions today. She cites Black Coffee, Bucie, DJEFF and Dom Dolla as some of her influences. 

With the drought of crowds brought by 2020, Lex channeled her energy into launching the Hot Girls Podcast, founded early on in the year as a space to celebrate iconic artists and explore creativity and success in the music industry. In its first season, the show overtook the likes of JD Sports and Defected Records to sit in the top 5 on the Apple Podcasts Music chart, and was listed by Esquire as one of the top Culture Podcasts of 2020. The platform extends to a mix series created by female and non-binary DJs from the UK and the US, and is now being supported by Arts Council England. 

One to watch for 2021!

She joins the Spotlight Mix series today, check it out below and download it here.


Soldier March – Shermanology
Freak (Extended) – CamelPhatft. Cari Golden
Grammy Party – Jorge Mattos
From The Ghetto – Tony Guerra, Band&dos
Home (Club Mix) – Solomun
Come Together (Kevin Mckay Fhaken & Yo Land Extended VIP Edit) – Kevin McKay
Thousand And Two Nights (Paso Doble Remix) – Dikla Hackmon, Safar
Breathe ft. Agent Sasco – Shermanology
Girl With The Bat (ft. Shadow Boxxer) – Idris Elba
Da Ding – Wyatt Marshall
Electric Mama – Harvey Valencia, Jamie Jones
Imitations – Simon Rose

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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