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Nasser Baker joins the Spotlight Mix



Could Nasser Baker be the next huge talent unearthed by Objektivity boss Dennis Ferrer?  We certainly think so.

Displaying a real maturity in his productions and a distinct lack of vocal fear, Nasser delivers quality, time and again. Nasser grew up in a musical environment of New Jersey after his family relocated from California. Surrounded by gifted artists from an early age, Nasser was fed a diet of authentic 70s Soul, 80s pop and 90s Hip Hop and R&B, which all influenced the spirit of his music and his trademark big production sound.

At only 25 years old Nasser displays real musical maturity and a subterranean fearlessness in his productions. Mentored by house music master Dennis Ferrer, Nasser has released three EPs on the indispensable Objektivity label, as well as remixing Dennis iconic Son of Raw in 2016. His 2017 release on Objektivity, the ‘Just Like That EP’, dropped in time for his first Ibiza season, as a part of Dennis Ferrer’s Misfits Society crew.

2018 marks Nasser’s debut on Circus Recordings with ’Say Something’ – his first full, self-penned, and part singing, vocal single, combined with an intergalactic techno b-side that is absolutely not to be skipped over.

1.Yulia Niko – Acid Meow (Get Physical Music)
2.Larry Heard, Mr. White – The Sun Can’t Compare (Long Version) (Alleviated Records)
3.Eskuche – Activator (Hot Creations)
4.DJ Sneak – Yo Number 1 (Robsoul Recordings)
5.Tennan – Kabukicho (Roush Label)
6.Zappe – Larry’s Exotic Blend (Original Mix) (Nervous Records)
7.Tiga & The Martinez Brothers – Cleopatra (Turbo Recordings)
8.Walker & Royce feat. Green Velvet – Rub Anotha Dub (J.Phlip Remix) (Dirtybird)
9.Majesty – Mike Larry (Blue Dye)
10.Vozmediano – Raw Beat (Roush Label)
11.Hector Couto – Tambora (Roush Label)
12.Philipp Lammers – High (Original Mix) (Triplepoint Publishing)
13.Matt Tolfrey, Frank Storm – Walk Of Shame (Original Mix) (Rawthentic Music)
14.Robyn – Missing U (Weiss Dub) ([Konichiwa Records / Island Records / Interscope Records])
15.Elderbrook – Sleepwalking (Jamie Jones Remix) (Parlophone / Big Beat)

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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