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Spotlight Mix

Lloyd joins the Spotlight Mix


Lloyd Nwagboso is a London based Dj who started to DJ parties in Manchester in 2012. He has gone on to play at some of the best clubs in the world and had releases with both RM records and Sam Divines Record Label, Divine Sounds. Lloyds started out just by DJ’s at afterparties in Manchester or wherever anyone would let him jump and the decks.

From 2015-2017 Lloyd undertook a weekly residency with ‘Raffles’ in London playing every Thursday at the venues new house music event which featured a special guest Headline DJ each week. Lloyd is continually sharing the bill here with some of the biggest Dj’s in the world and has played alongside people such as Jamie Jones, Martinez Brothers, Sven Vath, Maya Jane Cole, Patrick Topping, Guy Gerber and many more of the worlds leading DJ’s.

In 2018 Lloyd played the main stage at WeAreFstvl alongside MK and Armand Van Helden. And then went on to play gigs throughout Asia in places such as Thailand and Bali. Throughout the summer of 2019, Lloyd was a weekly resident for HOTBED in Ibiza as the party grew into one of Ibiza’s leading day parties.

Today, Lloyd joins us on the Spotlight mix and download it here.

1. This must be illegal – Uniile 
2. Jazzmorphosis – Rafael Rodriguez 
3. Scorpion – roger Sanchez (Javi bora remix)
4. Afrodance – Mihalis Safras 
5. Puerto Callao – Julian Collazos
6. Agolele – Michael Flume (Chus & Ceballos remix)
7. Rockin – Iglesias & Latmun
8. Miss you – Andrew Mellor (Max Chapman Remix )
9. Trumpet Gun – Nature 
10. Hitman – Chantel Curtis (The Martinez Brothers edit)
11. Dangerous – Michael Jackson (Lloyds 5am edit)
12. Wish I didn’t miss you – Angie stone (Scott Wozniak 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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