Type to search

Spotlight Mix

Wild & Free join the Spotlight Mix



Wild & Free is Los Angeles based duo composed of producers, vocalists, and multi-instrumentalists Drew Kramer and George Cochrane.

These two ooze music from every ounce of their being. Their first single “Tropique” was released in 2015, and Spin Magazine described it as filled with “fat bass lines, tropical-tinged percussion and universally agreeable party sentiments.” In 2016, they opened for indie-tronica stars Classixx at Mixmag’s “The Lab Los Angeles.” Their music has appeared on the MTV reality show Real World, Vampire Diaries and they’ve even worked on original music for Disney. When they aren’t producing their own music, Wild & Free have also produced remixes for a number or high-profile artists including Panama for Future Classic, Moullinex, Gigamesh, Ben Browning of Cut Copy, Karl Kling of RAC, and David Marston of Soul Clap Records.

‘Shapes On Shapes’ is the much anticipated debut album from LA based duo Wild & Free. Released this November on Portugal’s Discotexas, ‘Shapes On Shapes’ sees Drew Kramer and George Cochrane deliver on the promise of their early releases with 11 tracks of languorous poolside disco, tropical pop and Balearic house.

Wantigga – Meditation (Original Mix) – Roche Musique
Panama – I Watched You Slip (Wild & Free Remix) – Future Classic
Wild & Free – Ferns and Stuff (Discotexas Club Mix) – Discotexas
Nibc – Occam’s Razor – Trunkfunk
Mall Grab – Caught Slippin – Ava Records
In Flagranti – In the Silver White Box – Gomma
Tom of Brooklyn – Dreamin’ Again – Razor ‘N Tape
Bjørn Torske – Expresso – Smalltown Supersound
Marbert Rocel – Hold On (Deetron Remix) – Compost
Lo’99 & The Aston Shuffle – Birthman (Extended Mix) – Sweat It Out
Mr. V – Somethin’ Wit Jazz (Jimpster Remix) Razor ‘N Tape
Lindstrøm – Tensions – Feedelity Recordings
The Juan Maclean – The Brighter the Light – DFA Records
Nackt – Resolute – Self-Released

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.

  • 1

You Might also Like