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That Songbird joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Sneaking into Digital on the Brighton coastline every weekend was That Songbird’s unruly access to Clubland – via the dance floor.

Hailing from humble beginnings in Brighton, Tess has been an avid clubber since day one and in 2016, made the move to get involved in the music industry in a way only she knew best — story telling on her blog aimed at dance music lovers. She practices this same ethos behind the decks, taking the dance floor on a journey through all shades of House music old and new, whilst exploring introspective and emotive sounds too.

A true ambassador of connecting with the audience and testament to her character, it’s impossible to dislike her infectious energy on the decks and in person.  Fast forward to 2017 and her entry to dance music has taken flight an alarming speed. International powerhouse ABODE took Tess under their wing; throwing her into the deep-end headlining to 2000 people at their spiritual home of Studio 338 in London, to great reception. If that wasn’t a pinch yourself moment, getting booked by one of the largest indies in the world to play another massive London show in Toolroom Live; is enough to
affirm — this young girls dream is rapidly coming true.

With absolutely no intention of slowing down, Tess is already looking to 2018 and working on original productions as we speak. Watch this space; as this songbird continues to look up to the sky and into the future. She joins Mark Knight, Nick Curly, Adrian Hour, Tube & Berger on Saturday 3rd February at Egg London for Toolroom Live, grab tickets here.

Mind Map (Patrick Chardronnet Remix)
Dusky – Cold Heart
Nuendo – Withdrawal Symptoms (Original Mix)
Mr G – Transient
Mihai Popoviciu – Rotate (Original Mix)
Hermanez – Fabel (Caleb Calloway Remix)
Ninetoes – Little Beat Thing (Original)
Ben Pearce – Pomelo
Gorge – It’s Time
Sergio Fernandez – Urano Beatz (Original Mix)
Andrea Di Rocco – The Past Present
Funk D’Void – Feels So Good (Brett Gould Remix)
Kydus – Eunoia – Original Mix
Huxley – Let it go
Alex Kennon – Last Call (Karmon Remix)
Fatima Yamaha – What’s A Girl To Do (B.Traits Edit)

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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