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Spotlight Mix: George Emeny

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As you know, here at Data Transmission – we love finding new talent, fresh acts and especially talented DJs before anything else and a while back on a ravey night we met a young gentleman by the name of George, who we enjoyed so much – we invited him to take this weeks Spotlight Mix.

George Emeny may not be a name that you know now but everything comes with time. Being a part of the Drum and Bass raving community for years, his love for DNB has now taken him to a new path of DJing being taught by top professionals at SubBass Academy which has been the platform for many established artist. Expect heavy bass lines & filthy choppy synths blended together by some serious mixing skills to give you an insight of the innovative jump up world.

Get this up loud, and get your weekend started!

Track List
Marka (feat Strategy) – DUB PHIZIX/SKEPTICAL
In The Clouds- Break
Bad Blood – Emperor
Fatso – Metrik
Loosing’ Sleep – SPY
We Got It – Metrik Feat Motherwell
Wile Out (DJ Marky Remix) – Zinc, MS Dynamite
Smash TV – Chase & Status
Whip Lash – Dimension
Beg & Borrow – Dimension
Dead Limit – Noisia/ The Upbeats
Sound Barrier – Rene Lavice
Fireproof – Operate
Let it Shine – DJ Phantasy x Macky Gee
Fappy- Heist
Moose Knuckle – Heist
Fading Fast – KEENO
Tentacles (Teddy Killerz Remix) – Noisia
Dead of Alive- Natural Error
Society – RED-I
Creation – Traumatise
Ready or Not – Logan D x Dominator Remix
Low – Decimal Bass
Bat Country – Ill Haze
Pandorum – Frankee
Bring it Back – Friction
Mr Happy – DJ Hazard
Dry Wall – Hoogs
Temper Tantrum – UPGRADE
Minimal Funk – Jam Thieves
Once Again (Feat Kit Rice) – Freek
Willow – Jayline
Ice Cream Man – 6BLOCC
Hello – High Contrast Bootlet

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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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