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Skeleton Keys joins the Spotlight Mix Series

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London-based DJ/Producers Sam and Francois aka Skeleton Keys have been carving out their style of electronic music for the past five years using multiple decades of experience in different genres to bring a fresh take on house music.

People always describe our sound as classy grooves”

With releases on labels like Sleazy Deep, Wyldcard and Champion records, along with remixes of foundation artists from different electronic genres, and the occasional disco edit, Skeleton Keys like to flex their versatility constantly to keep pushing themselves into new musical territories.

“Itʼs cliche to say…but we just want people to dance”

Notable recent landmarks have been remixing Raffa FLʼs monster hit “Ritmo” on Another Rhythm and a remix of Tough Love, Nate James and MJʼUltras “Lost ones” on Twisted Records. Citing influences from far and wide Sam and Francois when creating music are always keeping in mind people come to hear music for a good time…

We asked them to drop on the Spotlight mix today, check it out below and grab it here.

Tracklist

Dopamine – Franc Moody
Sol – KC Lights
Blue – Skeleton Keys
It’s Not Over – Tuccillo
Keep The Fire – Skeleton Keys
All I Need – Chan
Brighter Days – Cajmere
Round It Goes – Late London
Maison – Pélélé
Cosy Mess – Dachshund
Jealous – Mochakk
Never Ending Love – Crackazat
Fill Me With The Rhythm – Loz Seka
Rhyme Dust – MK
NYP2 – Camel Phat
Rizz – Ayybo
Rising High – Shadow Child
Lost Ones – Nate James, MJ Ultra & Tough Love (Skeleton Keys Remix)
The Cure & The Cause – Fish Go Deep (Idris Elba Remix)
Carry Me Higher – The Blessed Maddona
Dreams – Skeleton Keys
Provenance- MANT & Todd Edwards
Coffee Time – Crackazat
Da Fonk – Mochakk ft. Joni
Sing – Frankey
Raffa FL – Ritmo – (Skeleton Keys Remix)

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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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