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LUSSO joins the Spotlight Mix Series

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LUSSO is an underground tech-house producer from New York City.  After originally producing big room as Mike Vitarelli, he began making house music as Lusso 3 years ago.  Manhattan’s club scene allowed him to really develop a love for the sound & people united by music.  A businessman by day, Mike keeps his passion alive by producing as Lusso.  

His most successful records come from recent releases on Tommie Sunshine’s Brooklyn Fire Records.  The latest, “Trippin’” is pushing 200K streams on Spotify.  This upcoming release on Spira marks a move even further into the underground of house music.  Mike plans to continue to push a club-focused tech-house sound watermarked by his signature elements & style.   

After releases on Spira Music and his recent ‘Listening Sessions’ on DONT BLINK’s LOW CELLING. We’ve asked him to join our Spotlight Mix series with an hour of upfront house music. Check out the mix below and download it here.

Tracklist

  1. Smith & Sorren & Lusso – In The Rough (Lusso’s VIP Mix) [unreleased]
  2. Eli Brown & Mason Maynard – It Ain’t Easy (Original Mix)
  3. Listening Sessions (Original Extended Mix)
  4. Trippin’ (Shortened Mix) [Brooklyn Fire Records]
  5. Lusso & Smith & Sorren – Psycho Hotline (Original Mix) [unreleased]
  6. Dead Space & G. Felix – RTB (Original Mix)
  7. Luigi Rocca & Mescal Kids – Touch
  8. Danny Howard – Beat Control
  9. Lusso – Get Up (2020 Facelift)
  10. Lusso – Step
  11. Lex & Wood, Return Of The Jaded – Dew It
  12. Lusso – Funked (Original Extended Mix) [unreleased]
  13. RSquared & Ben Cheel – Humps
  14. Iglesias – Testify (Original Mix)
  15. Lusso – The Preach
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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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