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Needs No Sleep joins the Spotlight Mix


Needs No Sleep has emerged from the darkness to put out some of the freshest deeper sounds on the Australian club circuit.

Having captured dance floors with releases on D4 Dance (Defected), Cr2, Get Twisted, In Rotation, This Ain’t Bristol, HEXAGON, Country Club Disco, Be Rich and Uprise, he’s so far picked up support from the likes of Triple J, Dancing Astronaut, Subsoul and Data Transmission.

Collaborating with the likes of Tough Love, Lucati, Fab Massimo, MKJAY and Sophiegrophy, Needs No Sleep now withstands more than 5,000,000 streams on Spotify and has made several appearances in the Australian Club chart most notably taking out the #1 spot twice. His music is frequently supported, including DJ spins from the likes of Claptone, AC Slater, Claud vonStroke, Shiba San, Martin Ikin, James Hype, Kyle Watson, DJ Craze, Tough Love, Vanilla Ace and The Aston Shuffle.

Needs No Sleep also finds himself regularly on tastemaker Spotify playlists such as Operator and Housewerk. With a stack of new releases loaded, we can now see for ourselves why he never really sleeps. It’s without a doubt Needs No Sleep is one to watch.

We asked Needs No Sleep to drop on the Spotlight mix today, check it out below and grab it here.


  1. Needs No Sleep – Escapism
  2. Needs No Sleep & KXNE – ID
  3. Divolly & Markward – One More Time
  4. Needs No Sleep, Wildfire & Emillie – Breathe
  5. Draxx -Get Ur Freak On
  6. Needs No Sleep & Bigredcap – Back Once Again
  7. Nautik – Get Low
  8. Needs No Sleep & KXNE – ID
  9. Bruno Furlan – Sugar Daddy
  10. Fab Massimo – Red Pepper
  11. Needs No Sleep & KXNE – ID
  12. Gene Farris, Basura Boyz – In My Heart
  13. Needs No Sleep, Subshift & KXNE – ID
  14. Needs No Sleep & KXNE – ID
  15. Black V Neck & CaveStudio – Do My Thing
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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