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Spotlight Mix: Wigbert

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An artist’s journey is one of constant reinvention and the one thing consistent is constant change. The story of German Producer, DJ Wigbert is one of evolution and growth, creating a bold fusion of his influences and an innovative imagination.

It was his older brother that led him to the Underground and over the years, he went on to find his own style amongst the many genres and still thirsted for more. DJing wasn’t enough for him now and he had to express the music he heard inside so he decided to start producing in the early 2000s, which brought him seemingly immediate success. Over the last decade, Wigbert has finely tuned his craft and his music has become sought after and supported by huge names in the industry. Because of his perpetual support from Dubfire and Wigbert’s affiliation with Sci+Tec, he has been able to remix for Pan-Pot, Gregor Tresher and the requests keep coming in.

Check out his Spotlight Mix here

 

01. Skudge – Balancing Point
02. Efdemin – Some Kind Of Up And Down Yes (Original Mix)
03. Marcel Dettmann – Forla2 (Original Mix)
04. Steve Poindexter, Armando – Blackholes (The Sun Of God Remix)
05. Limo – My Sunday (Roman Lindau Remix)
06. Planetary Assault Systems – Pull (Original Mix)
07. Walt J – Reborn 1 (DJ Qu’s Journey Towards Birth Remix)
08. Marcel Dettmann – A Req (T++ Remix)
09. Ellen Allien – Landing XX (Original Mix)
10. Gregor Tresher – Quiet Distortion (Wigbert Remix)
11. Michael Klein – Signal Response (Amelie Lens Remix)
12. Wigbert – Something Else (Original Mix)
13. Answer Code Request – Calm Down (Original Mix)

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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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