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Menesix joins the Spotlight Mix Series



Davi Menezes, also known as Menesix, is a 23-year-old House DJ/Producer from Brazil. He currently resides in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

He started producing in 2015 at the Cruise Control Studios in Amsterdam. During that time he learned a lot and is very grateful for that.
His music can be recognized by a combination of funky basslines and percussion groove inspired by Brazilian rhythm and instruments.
After gaining all the experience needed, Menesix went on to release on labels such as Daylight Robbery Records, Talk of the Town, Cutting Edge Material and White Widow Records. Davi is also a vocalist. He writes his own lyrics and in most of his tracks you can hear his own vocals.

Early 2017, Menesix started his own label called OVRDOSE Records. After some podcast series, he started releasing EP’s from artists such as Noah Petersen and More than Friends. More releases followed such as ADE Sampler, which gained support from the likes of Italobros and Golfclap. The recent VA release on OVRDOSE is doing the rounds at the moment, storming up the Traxsource Album Top 100 and currently sitting at #18.

With the early beginnings looking very promising for both Menesix and OVRDOSE Records, you can expect more quality house music in the foreseeable future!

Mirko & Meex – Indigo (Original Mix)
Reboot – Son Of 5050 (Luca Donzelli Remix)
George Privatti, Joe Red, Apollo 84 – Deya (Apollo 84 Remix)
James Saunders – You Got Me (Original Mix)
Ben Sterling – Ciao (Original Mix)
Roger That (UK) – Just Can’t Hide (Original Mix)
Max Chapman, Georgie Marshall – Listen (Original Mix)
Veerus & Maxie Devine – My Beat (Original Mix)
Carlo Caldareri, Mendo, Yvan Genkins – Bolly Touch (Mendo & Yvan Genkins Remix)
Mongobonix, Marco Lys – Mas Pito (Marco Lys Extended Remix)
Apollo 84 – Jungle Disco (Original Mix)
Noir, Haze, Ron Costa, Compact Grey – Around The Bane (Noir Mashup Treatment)
Menesix & Louis Lennon – Bahama Girls (Original Mix)

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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