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Guest Mix: Lerosa


It has been so unseasonably hot over the last couple of weeks that something had to give, so after a lil while of no action it’s time for some more mixxxxx action. And it’s time for the return of an old favourite. It’s been a little while since his last mix for us too. Things may have been a bit quiet on the release front since his lush LP for Uzuri (bar some remix action and a, ahem, release for my own Apartment label) but he’s been busy knocking around the world djing for a bit (even as far as field as Australia; fancy) and there should be some new releases on the way in the not too distant future. Until then get yer mits around this lush mix, perfect for this hot n hazy July…

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Alston – Butterfly
Unknown Artist – Black Boxx EP 3
DJ Sprinkles – House Music Is Controllable Desire You Can Own
willie burns – I’m gonna get you
Move D – HD
Cliff Lothar – ring leader
Achterbahn D’Amour – Cardbox
Jordan GCZ – Crybaby J
RüF Dug – Coliseum
Q – from within
Xosar – The Calling
Gherkin Jerks – Strange creatures
Anaxander – Moons Of Jupiter
Todd Terry – Funky Brass (Uk Rmx)
Final cut – take me away
A Visitor From Another Meaning – Hills Of Honolulu


  1. Paul says:

    lerosa is too sick. killed it in australia too 😉

  2. frank says:

    finishing with hills of honolulu is how it should be done. ace selections leo! thanks for the mix.

  3. charlie says:

    Nice one Leo. Enjoyed this a lot as always.

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