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Nightlapse joins the Spotlight Mix


Liverpool DJ/production duo Nightlapse have unveiled ‘Changed Minds’, their first original single out now via  MK’s iconic AREA10 Label.

Laden with steel drums and underpinned by an inspiring, gospel-inspired vocal performed by Roland Clarke ‘Changed Minds’ is a deep, soulful slice of modern house music that could turn dancefloors upside down as the tune finds its way into all the right hands and tastemakers.

‘Changed Minds’ follows right on the heels of the Nightlapse & MK remix of the Anabel Englund single ‘So Hot’, the remix is a collaborative rework where Detroit’s AREA10 boss MK teamed up with his pals Nightlapse to rework the original version of the song. So far the remix has amassed around 1.25 million streams on Spotify alone. Nightlapse also contributed to a remix package of the recent MK hit ‘Back & Forth’, which featured the soulful vocals of Becky Hill. The duo has also performed at stages all over the world from the legendary Creamfields, The Warehouse Project, EH1 Festival in Edinburgh, Manchester’s  Parklife, MK’s AREA10 annual Pool Parties at Ibiza Rocks at Northern Ireland’s Belsonic and more.

Today, they join the Spotlight Mix series with an hour-long mix, check it out below and download it here.

1. Offaiah – Soldier
2. Cats ‘n Dogs – Force
3. Shiba Shan – Rock Da House
4. Pax – Pass the Bottle
5. JRJ – Good to Me
6. Nightlapse – Changed Minds
7. Prok & Fitch – Pop in Pop Out
8. Nightlapse ft Liska – Freak Out
9. Anabel Englund – So Hot (Nightlapse Dub Mix)
10. Nightlapse – Got That Feeling
11. KC Lights – Sol
12. Nightlapse – Krank
13. Eli Brown – 92 Thing
14. Nightlapse ft Milly Pye – Pique
15, Camelphat – Rabbit Hole
16. SOSA – What can I do

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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