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Nicole Fiallo joins the Spotlight Mix Series

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Joining forces for an epic transatlantic collaboration, UK’s rising producer Amy Lauren and exciting US newcomer Nicole Fiallo debut on Noizu’s Techne label for new single ‘Something Fresh’.

Nicole Fiallo is a rising Cuban-American music producer hailing from Miami and now making a name for herself in NYC. She is now earning a bubbling presence with her releases on the likes of Clover Records, Baikonur Recordings, Lemon Juice Records, F*cking Sound Inside and Twisted Funk.

Fiallo’s productions & mixes are eclectic in flavour & range from hard-hitting tech house rollers to funky house beats. When in the studio, her inspiration stems from her Latin roots, old school hip hop, 70’s & 80’s disco, & old school funk.

With a stand out flair for tech house groovers to funky house flavours, her energetic and fresh approach has marked her as one of 2021’s most exciting producers to emerge on the scene.

She joins the Spotlight mix today, check it out here and download it here.

Tracklist

  1. Amy Lauren, Nicole Fiallo – Something Fresh (Extended Mix)
  2. Louie Vega, The Martinez Brothers – Let It Go ft. Marc E. Bassy (Dom Dolla Extended Remix)
  3. Macrolev – Can You Play It (Original Mix)
  4. Damon Hess – Take That (Extended Mix)
  5. R3WIRE – Gimme That (Extended Mix)
  6. Destiny’s Child – Independent Women (Nicole Fiallo Edit)
  7. Martin Ikin, Noizu, Fast Eddie – Hands Up (Extended)
  8. Martin Ikin – Pulse Wave (Original Mix)
  9. Roxe – This Is What We Do (Original Mix)
  10. Alaia & Gallo – Who Knows (DJ Mes Town Business Mix)
  11. Needs No Sleep – Feel It (Extended Mix)
  12. Davide Mazzini – Can You Feel In (Original Mix)
  13. Dots Per Inch, Gucci Daniels – Get Money (Extended Mix)
  14. Mescal Kids – Calling Me (Original Mix)
  15. Anicee – Tech Me Now ft. Rowetta (Extended Mix)
  16. Ol’ Dirty Bastard ft. Kelis – Got Your Money (Kide Tech Edit)
  17. Robert Flott – Gateway Drug (Original Mix)
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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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