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Obskür joins the Spotlight Mix

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Rising stars in the Irish and UK scene, Obskür exploded into the limelight with their debut release via FFRR Records, Bayside just two years ago.  Managing to carve their way to success during the early months of the pandemic, Bayside broke the house music mould resulting in support from BBC Radio 1, Capital Dance, Kiss FM (and more), over 34+ million streams and a remix from Eats Everything. 

Obskür’s talent delivers a full package to inspire producers at the inception of their careers. Aged just 22, Obskur AKA Lorcan and Faustas split their time between Business Management at college and music production, but their success suggests otherwise. Following the release of Bayside, the pair have continued to hone in on their signature sound, combining hard-hitting 909s, slick hip-hop samples and raw elements, translating into work alongside fellow Irishman Ejeca and remixes for Dom Dolla and Burns singles.

While many awaited the return to dancefloors, Obskür anticipated playing their release out to crowds for the first time. Their debut Irish performances in Monroes, Galway and Boxed Off Festival sold out before they went on to perform at some of the UK’s most esteemed venues; The Warehouse Project, Tokyo World and Detonate (to name a few). 

Following on from the release of their Pure Evil EP via tastemaker label, Shall Not Fade, Obskür returned to FFRR Records for their new single, ‘The Dark’ ft. Bklava. They join the Spotlight mix today, check it out here and download it here.

Tracklist:

Oliver Dollar – Doin’ Ya Thang
Chris Stussy – Seeing & Believing (DJOKO Remix)
Miguel Lobo & Cristian Merino – Underwater Luv
DJOKO – Inside Of Me
Luuk Van Dijk – Da Revolution
Archie Hamilton – Journey To Juno
Shiba San – All The People
Karretero – To My beat
Shaded – Ghetto Shit
Big Miz – Flashbang
Ejeca – Crystal Maze
Paco Wegmann, Sirus Hood – Rip Tide
B Code – Feel Good (Power Mix)
Under 19 – Call Me in America

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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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