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SKYE joins the Spotlight Mix Series

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SKYE, Las Vegas-based DJ and producer, has always felt the calling of underground music. She broke into the music industry in 2012 as a professional dancer performing at various clubs and music festivals. In 2015, the seductive sounds of both house and techno propelled her down the path of DJing and producing, which is where she has found her true passion and permanent place in the music scene.

SKYE’s hypnotic DJ sets and her spunky personality have led her to be entrusted with music selection at some of the best venues for underground music. SKYE has held residencies at the infamous Drais After Hours and Techno Taco Tuesday, and her current residencies include Discopussy and Kassi Beach House.

Her latest single Baby, Ok is out now as part of RVDIOVCTIVE VOL.3.  With an ethos of welcoming work by artists who want to break from their traditional sounds, RVDIOVCTIVE is committed to pushing boundaries, aiming to create a cult following as passionate about the music they release as those who attend their parties.  RVDIOVCTIVE Vol.3 absolutely delivers the goods, with 15 brand-new and exclusive tracks.

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

Tracklist

R0mantic – Daniele Allegrezza (TRIPPIN)
Reload – Newball (Distance Music)
Crazy High – Calvin Clarke (Hottrax)
Spice Up (GruuvElement’s Remix) – Den Haas, Close to Custom (Deeperfect)
Breaking Bad – Eddy M (EMrec)
Nostoppin – Emanuel Natucci (Herloop Records)
Navigate – Lorenzo De Blanc (SK Recordings)
Real Thing – Branco Simonetti (Go On Trax)
Wup Wuup – YSFK, Etwas (IT) (La Pera Records)
Vowlume – Detlef (Kaluki Musik)
Looking For Something – Sante Sansone (Hellbent Records)
I’ve Got – Chris Coburn (Cuebd Records)
Alley – Gosso (Sweet Milk Records)
Fresh – Brandon Butler (Black Seven Music) 

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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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