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Selects: Latmun delivers a list of his summer set favourites

Latmun gives us a sneak preview of his festival bombs

  • Valerie Lee
  • 21 June 2017

Mixmag has featured charts from many talented artists for our Selects series, including Mr. G, Modeselektor, Simian Mobile Disco and Kevin Saunderson among others. Ahead of his set at Mamby at the Beach in Chicago, Joe Bradley, who has quickly been rising in the ranks with his moniker Latmun, takes over Selects to bring us a track list of tunes he's currently got on heavy rotation in his sets. "They are all tried and tested at many festivals and open-air parties," Latmun adds. "I use each one as a different tool to curate a unique vibe and take the crowd on a journey."

Coming off of a career-defining year breaking into the scene with a slew of tech house chart toppers and finding support in the underground's elite with Skream, Claude VonStroke, Steve Lawler and more, Latmun has cemented his name as an up-and-comer to keep an eye on for any music heads in the know.

Now, thanks to his residency at Cuckoo Land for Do Not Sleep at Ibiza Rocks, Latmun has become a bonafide expert at manipulating his sharp track selection to curate sets that keep people coming back for more each time. In addition to his stop over in Chicago for Mamby on the Beach, Latmun also heads out on tour alongside Chicago legend Green Velvet and will also check in for three Paradise dates at DC-10 this summer.

Get into his Selects playlist of current tunes on heavy rotation, below.

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Tolstoi & Andsan 'Wonder'

"The grooviest track I have at the minute. It's impossible not to dance to it and it's got some really interesting percussion melodies and happy vibes throughout."

Latmun 'Please Stop'

"I wrote this one to encapsulate the summer and vibe of outdoor festivals and partying in the sun. The seductive laughs and cheering in the track, combined with the curious synths always makes the crowd dance with smiling faces."

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