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Spotlight Mix: Mindek

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The music industry is an intricate and complex beast. With an ever-evolving list of media outlets, job roles and functions servicing the machine and providing the foundations that the scene is built on, with each layer complimenting the previous one and supporting the next. But what if you were able to exist across all these layers? Able to draw on over 15 years’ experience through DJing, production, engineering, label management, brand management and PR?

The result would be Mindek.

A duo who have not only existed on the scene for 15 years, but excelled in it. Claiming a back catalogue of engineering and production triumphs that have seen success on industry charts and in the hands of the world’s best-known major and underground record labels, the pair have turned their expertise into a new venture that sees them blending classic influences with a new take on techno-fuelled tech-house.

Backed up by a vast swathe of industry connections and relationships, and a deep understanding of what makes dance music come to life, Mindek is not an act born from inexperience. Armed with a plan and the technical know-how to spread their message to the right people at the right time, expect Mindek to infiltrate every facet of the industry you thought you knew.

Tracklist:
1 -Lose Del La – Dance No
2 – Mindek – Unnatural High
3 – Pleasurekraft – Okeey Yeah
4 – PAX – The Line (Micheal Bibi Remix)
5 – Fisher – Ya Kidding (Solardo Remix)
6 – Mindek – Circul-8
7 – Klangkuenstler – Move Your Body
8 – GAWP – I.D.
9 – Mindek – Snailer
10 – Danny Howard – Extra Trippy
11 – Foreign Moves – Lonely Keys (Armitage Remix)
12 – Mindek – Walks Like A Duck
13 – Spektre – Nasqueron
14 – Mindek – Reside
15 – Sasha & Emerson – Scorchio (Mindek 2017 Re-Fix)

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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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