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Life on Planets joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Life on Planets has come up from the Baltimore underground to become one of the most exciting new talents emerging from the American East Coast. His idiosyncratic blend of funk, r&b, hip-hop, and house music paired with storytelling has caught the attention of labels from Wolf + Lamb to Studio 54, and support from a myriad of tastemakers including Tokimonsta, Soul Clap, Seth Troxler, Snakehips and more. 

Life On Planets is a true storyteller, an artist as inspired by the myths of the astrological realm as much as the cold hard lessons he’s learned here on earth. His forthcoming Dreamcatcher EP is slated for release on TOKIMONSTA’s Young Art label on May 20, 2022. Dreamcatcher sees him connect these narrative worlds seamlessly, navigating fantastical lyricism cut with hip hop influenced house beats ready for the dancefloor. 

He recently performed at The Do LaB at Coachella, and is slated for Desert Hearts, Lightning in a Bottle, and more. Prior to taking his talents back onto the stage, he released Nomad Lyfe, a two-sided EP featuring vocal-led, energetic dance floor tracks in January 2022 on Walker & Royce’s Rules Don’t Apply imprint; and his King of the Block EP which debuted in February on Snakehips’ Never Worry label.

He joins the Spotlight mix today, check it out below and grab it here.


Floating Mountains – Soshi Takeda
Traveling Again – Byron the Aquarius
Promises – Climbers, Tony Metric
Unreleased Sandman (Original 12″ Mix) – Blue Boy
Ground Floor (Nostalgic Mix) – The Godfathers Of Deep House SA
Skado (Beke Le Beke) – Smash Mellow, Creamdokotela
Four (Nostalgic Mix) – The Godfathers Of Deep House SA
Bar Star – Kudu
Atlantis – Life on PlanetsRecords feat. L3ni – Seven Davis Jr.
Dreamcatcher – Life on Planets
My Tribe (Club Mix) – Brandon Lucas, Afriqua, Life on Planets
Mumma’s Luv – Marlon George
Earn It – Surya Sen
You Wanna? – Nez
Vins Noirs – Dave Aju
Watch Out For The Big Girl (House Remix) – Jimmy Jones
Gardening (Bruv Remix) – Soul Clap ft. Life on Planets

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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