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Spotlight Mix: Stevie Best

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Stevie Best is an exciting upcoming techno DJ and producer known for his dark, industrial sound portraying a mix of both melodic and driving techno.

Stevies sudden burst of success has been built around his versatile productions, delivering a unique and original sound whilst remaining current and quickly developing his knowledge of the techno scene. His first release ‘Get Back Home’ hit Number #1 in the Beatport top 100 Minimal chart and his ’Extract EP’ reached #10 in the top 100 Techno releases alongside some of the industries biggest names. Recent gigs have seen him supporting the likes of Enrico Sangiuliano and Joran van Pol to name a few, displaying his versatile approach with both energetic and pulsating sets.

With new material yet to come on some of the industries most reputable labels such as on The YellowHeads’ Reload Records, If this year is anything to go by and with the productions rolling in thick and fast, Stevie is surely one to watch in 2018…

Tracklist:
1. Monica Salmaso Paulo Bellinati – Tempo de Amor (NINETEEN SINES Remix)
2. Tom Hutt – FarCry (Original Mix)
3. Victor Ruiz – Voyage (Original Mix)
4. Gabriel Moraes – Totem (Nineteen Sines Remix)
5. Rustek – Vertigo (Tom Laws Remix)
6. Thomas Evans – Submersion (Original Mix)
7. Dancel Nattram – Bitten (Jose Baher Remix)
8. Edo Messina – Ghetto Vibe (M.I.T.A. Remix)
9. Durtysoxxx, Steve Mulder – Muff (Original Mix)
10. Drigo, Nicolas Taboada – Energy (Original Mix)
11. Barbuto – Cicadas (Original Mix)
12. Stevie Best – No Tone (Original Mix)
13. Thomas Evans – Abyssal Power (Original Mix)
14. M. Fukuda – Dual Wield (The Reactivitz Remix)
15. Lewis Delay – Yourself (Drigo Remix)
16. Rustek – Everybody (Original Mix)
17. Stevie Best – Rivers (Original Mix)

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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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