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Tenova joins the Spotlight Mix



With fast-growing support from top-tier artists, a dedicated group of diehard fans, and a constant desire to push the envelope, Tenova is one to watch in 2018. Having the experience of a traditionally trained musician and growing up immersed in underground dance culture, the young artist has achieved an effortless grasp on dynamic music production and vivacious DJ sets alike.

Recently graduating from a regional favourite in the United States to a newcomer to the international Tech House scene, Tenova has been quick to garner a set of accolades poising him for illimitable growth in the coming year. 2017 saw a fresh coalition with Toolroom Records, culminating with his debut release “The River” on the label’s revered Amsterdam 2017 compilation.

On the performance side, Tenova is no stranger to rocking crowds worldwide, continually pushing the boundaries of his performances in major markets across the globe. Having recently made his festival debut at the massive US-based dance brand that is Life in Color, he is eager to continue to advance his progression as an artist.

All things considered, it is no wonder as to why Tenova continually receives support on his growing catalogue of releases from A-list talent.  With forthcoming releases scheduled on some of the scene’s most exciting imprints, 2018 is shaping up to be Tenova’s best yet.

1. Swerve – Archie Hamilton, Benson Herbert
2. Shake Your Body – George Smeddles
3. Safari – Deeper Purpose, Intrusive
4. Tania Que Mas (Tenova’s BCN Smash) – Harry Romero vs. Sergio Mendes
5. E Samba (onyva Reimx) – Junior Jack
6. Supernova – Tuyo
7. El Sonido – Riva Starr
8. Ain’t Nobody – Chus & Ceballos
9. Minda – Tenova
10. What (Solardo Remix)
11. The Beat – ZDS (feat. Will Clarke)
12. Pump It Up – Tenova
13. ID – Ricky Survive
14. My Milkshake – Leftwing & Kody
15. Monster Tube – Oscar L
16. Freak You Right – Lee Boss, Eli Brown

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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