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Tjaro joins the Spotlight Mix Series


Tjaro returns with a new two-track EP that incorporates elements of House, Detroit house and disco. 

Tjaro erupted onto the scene last summer with the release of his debut ‘Discreet’ EP, a two-track release that highlighted his musical versatility and incorporated aspects of deep house, tech and melodic techno, the title track from which was supported by Pete Tong on his Radio 1 show.

Since then Tjaro has continues to flex with follow-up What We’re Feeling – a smokey, garage-inflected deep house cut that sounds like a forgotten classic – and Forever U earlier this year, an alien-voiced club cut that sounded like the soundtrack an interplanetary rave. Despite exploring a range of sounds across his first releases, there is one thing that has remained consistent; a rock-solid commitment to quality with a production aesthetic that never fails to leave an impression. 

Now East London’s finest returns with his brand new 2-track EP Verve / Tex on his own Instruct label.  

Lead track ‘Verve’ is a 4/4 stormer, building basslines around a chopped disco vocal snippet before dropping infectious chimes as the main riff. ‘Tex’ takes things more atmospheric with a Detroit-style bassline, pattering beats and memorable ethereal melody lines. 

The EP is the latest in a freestyle series of releases from Tjaro demonstrating the range and depth of his production. 

We asked him to drop on the Spotlight mix today, check it out below and grab it here.


Tjaro – Tex
Jan Driver – Rat Alert
Peverelist – End Point (Stenny and Andrea remix)
Filterheadz – Atlantic (Late Replies Remix)
Eskuche – Passion
Pangaea – Squid
Two Shell – Heart Piece
Pearson Sound – Hornet
Tjaro – Verve
Villager – Oracle Eye
Prozak – Like This
MPH – Locked In
Tjaro – untitled
Isgwan – Witness (Killjoy remix)
Hodge – Synchronised Swimming
Joy Orbison – flight fm
Fold – Bottomless Brunch
Rosalia – A Pale (Overmono Edit)

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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