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Diggin' w/ RICHTANNER®

The next Digging edition features RICHTANNER®! Based in Eastern Canada (St. John’s/Halifax) he brings a club-oriented approach to music production that he's developed over the course of a near decade-long DJ career. He navigates the space between Future Beats, House, Hip-Hop, and global rhythms to capture the sound of the world and is showcasing his sound by highlighting some of his current most played songs. As well, make sure to check his latest original tune “SOL RIDDIM” out now on Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud or BandCamp!


Diaspora Pack Vol. 1 - Dave Nunes

It was really hard to choose one record from this pack so I included the entire project - Dave Nunes crushed it! From smooth amapiano & afrobeat remixes to uptempo house vibes, every record in this pack has been a hit in my sets!

All For You (Instrumental) - CURTISSS

I found “All For You” by CURTISSS two weeks ago and it’s been on repeat ever since!

The Bristol based producer’s production on this record is top tier, and I know for a fact that this tune will be a secret weapon in all my sets heading into 2023.

Rose Rouge (Joy Orbison Remix) - Jorja Smith

I usually listen to guest mixes while working and I found the Joy Orbison remix of Jorja Smith's "Rose Rouge" buried in a Club Mamba mix. Jorja's lush vocals glide over Joy's smooth rhythms, creating a trance-inducing tune that I can imagine being played at a supper club all the way to the afters. In the last few years, this record has been one of my favourites since it blends influences from various genres to create a fresh new vibe, which is one of my core values.


I’ve been following BRLLNT for the last few years now and everytime he drops new remixes or edits I head straight to his bandcamp to download them. I like keeping this one in my back pocket for my sets when my friends are out. It always evokes a savage reaction from them!


After sitting on my harddrive since September 2021, I finally decided to finish and release this remix with Hedo and Soulely. I immediately knew that it was going to be special. Initially inspired by the Masters Of Work acapella, with its heavy drum rhythms and a deep “chugging” baile bassline, this has to be one of my favourite afro baile remixes I’ve done to date!


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