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Lucas Bahr joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Lucas Bahr is a Brazilian DJ & producer whose influences include funky, classic Hip-hop and Jazz, making his sound routed in more percussive themes and sounds. He has released on labels such as Hellbent Records, CUFF, Sola and Nervous, with support from artists including Jamie Jones, The Martinez Brothers, Michael Bibi, Marco Carola, Black Coffee, Loco Dice, Ilario Alicante, and many others.

Brazilian talent Lucas Bahr returns to Cloonee’s Hellbent Records with his first EP on the label, ‘Spam’. A rising name amongst the growing Hellbent Records family, serving up singles ‘Take’ and ‘Shakira’ on the label’s Welcome To Hell and Hotter Than Hell VA’s, Brazilian talent Lucas Bahr is the man behind a list of ID requests flooding into label boss Cloonee’s inbox as he continues to make a name in his home country with shows across key cities from east to west. Returning to the imprint for his third appearance, he steps things up further with his first EP release on the label with the release of his two-track ‘Spam’ EP.

A lively cut swathed in energetic hip-hop samples, rolling drums, and punchy low-ends, ‘Spam’ is a lawless and unruly track built for peak-time pandemonium, while ‘Baile’ harnesses hard-hitting breakbeat drum patterns sprinkled with resonant melodies and further vocal interjections to close the show.

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


1. Lucas Bahr – Take [Hellbent Records]
2. ID – ID
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9. Harvy Valencia, Mrodriguez – Lolly [Cuttin’ Headz]
10. ID – ID
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13. Gabss, Jho Rosciolli – De Raça [Banca de Cá]
14. Jimi Jules – My City’s On Fire (Lucas Bahr Edit) [Unreleased]
15. ID – ID
16. Lucas Bahr – Baile [Hellbent Records]
17. ID – ID
18. Amine Edge & Dance – Lost [Unreleased]

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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