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Spotlight Mix: Lorenzo de Blanck


Lorenzo de Blanck is a vinyl lover and collector but at the same time attracted by the new technologies related to dj works.
A lover of modern sounds with a heart in the roots of house music.

He was the Italian winner of Burn Residency 2017, the Burn Energy Drink world competition, where Carl Cox and Luciano chose to send him to the World Cup final in Ibiza.

He has played at Resistance @ Privilege (Ibiza), Sankeys (Ibiza), Klein (Istanbul), Kappa Futur Festival (Torino), Movement (Torino), Papagayo (Tenerife), Aquarium (London), Cocorico – Piramide & Titilla (Riccione), Amnesia (Milano), Vox (Modena), Buongiorno Classic (Rimini), We Are Family (London), Peter Pan (Riccione), Doc Show (Bologna), Link (Bologna), Club Bonsoire (Bern – Switzerland), Boat Party on Thames (London), Boat party with Pete Tong (Ibiza), Zanzibar (Marina di Ravenna), Ralf in Bikini (Cattolica), Skyy Vodka Beach Festival (Rimini) and many more!

Lorenzo is the resident dj at Simple, one of the best parties currently held in Italy, where he shares the console with DJs such as Patrick Topping, Hector Couto, Richy Ahmed, Cuartero, Dennis Cruz, Radio Slave, Marco Faraone, Leon and many more!

Layo and Bushwacka have chosen Lorenzo de Blanck and Matador as remixers for one of their track ‘5 a.m.’ on Olmeto Records.

He is costantly invited on It’s All About the Music, the Music On official radio show on Ibiza Global Radio in Ibiza.

In his sets, Lorenzo plays many new unreleased tracks that are already attracting the attention of big DJs and important labels…stay tuned.

Today, he lands on the Spotlight Mix series today – check it out below!


L d B ‘Rewind’ (Moon Harbour)

L d B ‘Everyday’ (Hottrax)

L d B ‘White Havana’ (Saved)

L d B ‘Electric Body’ (Saved)

L d B ‘Somebody’ (Elrow Music)

Detlef ‘Music Please’ – L d B Remix (Repopulate Mars)

L d B ‘This Is Acid’ (Moon Harbour)

L d B ‘Hey, What’s Up’ (Saved)

L d B ‘My Mind’ (Hottrax)

L d B ‘Fire’ – Mendo Remix (Clarisse)

L d B ‘The Bump’ (Moon Harbour)

L d B ‘Fun’ (Saved)

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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