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Miane joins the Spotlight Mix series

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Miane is equal to evolution. Based in Ibiza, Miane’s music has a distinct staple, unique and difficult to put in words.

Miane’s story is one of hard work and DIY dedication. That, added to her immense talent, has managed to put her among the most interesting artist to keep an eye on by the scene. Without growing in a musical environment, Miane is the living incarnation of the DIY culture that is taking over the electronic music realm. A culture that hasn’t stopped giving us some of the most incredible talents of the last few years.

Nowadays, after years dedicated to the growth of her label and her DJ career, Miane is now focused on producing, her real true passion. Mixing the best features in each of house’s subgenres, with her unique use of black voices – that she manages to tweak at will – and that magic touch that works as a secret ingredient, Miane manages to empower each and every one of her tracks. Thanks to the sound palette she has managed to develop over her more than seven years in the industry, Miane’s profile is – without question – one of those newcomers to keep an eye on this 2019.

Her DIY mentality, her passion, and the curiousness she develops towards any innovation – both digital and analogic – have made her become a more complete artists sound-wise, evolving naturally towards that warm and organic sound she feels more attracted to.

With a release on Moon Harbour imminent, we asked her to join the Spotlight mix series. Check out her mix below and download it here.

Tracklist

1. Nicky Night Time – Like I don’t exit
2. Miane – Who are you?
3. Lorenzo de blanck – the bump
4. Marco Lys – that’s right
5. Miane – Make it work
6. Chicks Luv Us – Catch your love
7. Deeper Purpose – Elevate
8. Piem, Richard Ulh – Joking Around
9. Josh Kalker – Call me
10. Cocodrills- Playtime
11. Miane – Nanai
12. Miane – W you
13. Love Regenerator x Steve Lacy – Live Without your love (Solardo Remix)

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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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