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Stuart Ormerod joins the Spotlight Mix


Hailing from Leicester in the UK, Stuart Ormerod’s beginning was playing at house parties and student unions across the midlands.

It wasn’t long before Stuart’s musical tastes opened up and he began to experiment with other genres of music, especially House music this expanding his appeal. His first commercial gigs included local bars and student unions (Derby) in 2005 and he soon became a regular fixture in the midlands club scene attracting attention from local clubbers and fellow DJs alike.

A resident at Faze Events Leicester, Stuart has appeared in line ups at the famous Emporium nightclub Coalville,  Such bookings have given him the opportunity to support artists like Danny Howard, Annie Mac, Lovely Laura & Ben Santiago, Chris Lorenzo and many more. Stuart’s style is best described as an upbeat, funky, and deep house with touchy vocals and disco hooks. He draws his inspiration from such Artists as George Smeddles, Max Chapman, Loco dice and G.W Harrison.
After 10 years of mixing Stuart turned his attention to music production, a natural progression. After a heavily scheduled 2020 of releases, the year ahead only promises more from the hardworking Stuart Ormerod, Keep your eyes and ears on this one because he’s only just warming up.

Today, he joins the Spotlight mix series with an hour of house music. Check it out below and download it here.


1- Jens Lissat & Christoph Pauly - Pushin' (Original Mix)
2- Prok & Fitch- Machines (Original Mix)
3- Sue La Vie - Take This Shiny Discoball (Philip Z Remix)
4 - Jens Lissat & Christoph Pauly- Clap & Stomp (Original Mix) 
5- George Kwali- Grounded (Extended Mix)
6- Stuart Ormerod- Sound of the underground (Original Mix) 
7- Gorgon City - Delicious (Extended Mix)
8 -Italobros & Gemini 529- The Money (Original Mix)
9- John Summit & Dead Space- Guest List (Original Mix)
10- Stuart Ormerod- How I go (Original Mix) 
11- Piero Pirupa & Alex Kennon- Vision (Original Mix)
12- Latmun- Funky Drummer (Original Mix)
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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