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Toby Simpson joins the Spotlight Mix Series


UK-Based DJ & Producer Toby Simpson (03′) has swiftly burst onto the underground scene throughout the summer of 2022.

After falling in love with house music back in 2016, music was all he could ever entertain. Simpson’s driven mindset has led his sound to some of the world’s biggest and most talented artists such as Jamie Jones, The Martinez Brothers, Marco Carola & Lee Foss.

His productions consist of energetic drum grooves, wobbling basslines, trippy percussive elements & heavy FX. At just the age of 19, he has already released on top labels Hottrax & Cuttin’ Headz. Don’t let this young talent out of your sight, he is only just getting started.

Toby Simpson is capitalising on a successful 2022 with a string of releases, including his forthcoming single ‘Drummers Rules’ which is set to drop on Lee Foss’ South of Saturn. After falling in love with house music, Simpson has spent the last few years staking his claim through releases on labels like Hottrax and Cuttin’ Headz. This led to his tracks being championed by some of the genre’s biggest players, including Jamie JonesThe Martinez BrothersMarco Carola and Foss himself. Toby Simpson’s forthcoming single ‘Drummers Rules’ is sure to capture the same support.

He join us on the Spotlight mix today, check it out below and grab it here.


System2 – Bad News
Andre Gazolla – Night Attack (Solc Remix)
Diplo, Nicky Da B – Express Yourself (Mochakk Remix)
Giuseppe Raimondi – Elektronik
Antss – Clap Back (Unreleased)
Luuk Van Dijk – Preach (Unreleased)
Toni Varga – Due Clizz
Mabel – Dolphin Girl
Biden Lopez – La Reflexion
Toby Simpson – Thursday Vibin’ (Unreleased)
David Jach – Cracking Drop
Josh Kalker – Wild Club
Drey Kinian – Feel & Move
Toby Simpson – What I Want (What U Need) (Unreleased)
Jamie G – What You Want (Unreleased)

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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