Dave Furneaux - PHUK Subcode Takeover 13082022

Dave Furneaux - PHUK Subcode Takeover 13082022

Dave's mixes are always popular. Recently we chatted about the music he's playing and his take on 'Progressive'. As mentioned before Dave and I go way back so I'm always intrigued to get his insight and listen to what he's enjoying. "I still like to play good music, I'm hooked on Vivrant at the moment, Jeremy Olander's sound is always futuristic and alongside labels like Tale & Tone and Anjunabeats I like to hang between solid groove and the deeper emotional side of the sound. More than anything, I just like to have a rough plan and let the mix take me where I feel it should go". Jump on this mix and Daves earlier mixes for us - they get serious downloads and it's obvious to see why! DJ
  1. Jeremy Olander - Depot (Original Mix) Vivrant 
  2. Cornucopia - Letter For Poly (Original Mix) Tale & Tone 
  3. Cornucopia - The Story Of Us (Original Mix) Tale & Tone 
  4. Robin Original Mix Able to Resist - Able to Resist 
  5. ANUQRAM - Get On (Extended Mix) Anjunabeats 
  6. Freddy Be, Dilby, Floorplay - Lovely Day (Extended Mix) Monday Social Music 
  7. Guy Mantzur, Khen - Where Is Home (Matthias Meyer Remix) Bedrock Records 
  8. Hannah Wants, Clementine Douglas - Cure My Desire feat. Clementine Douglas (Extended Mix) Defected 
  9. Matthias Meyer - The Choir (Original Mix) Strangely Enough 
  10. Pelace - Echoes From The Past (Sasha Carassi Remix) Infinite Depth 
  11. Mayro, Aaron Suiss - Ride (Original Mix) Perspectives Digital 
  12. Khen - Angel`s Share (Original Mix) Lost & Found 
  13. Jeremy Olander - Murphy (Original Mix) Vivrant 
  14. James Shinra - Hold On (Extended Mix) Anjunadeep 
  15. Swimrabbit, DAHEE - Shy creatures feat. DAHEE (Jeremy Olander Remix) Vivrant 
  16. Callahan - Amulanga (Original Mix) Serious Dancers

Creators and Guests

Dave Furneaux
Dave Furneaux
Dave Enjoys many genres of electronic music. Initially buying vinyl as far back as 1995. Dave homed his skills on technics and some early belt drive KAM turntables. After not successfully getting into may raves in the 1990s he developed a passion for hard house and hard bag and loved Tony de vit sets and music from the trade nightclub. Despite his southern stubbornness and loyalty to dirty breaks, drum and bass and hard bag his good friend Danny Jarvis thrusted northern exposure CDs down his throat around 2003 and conversion therapy soon ensued. Today Dave is comfortable playing multiple gernes and he enjoys music with a bounce and energy. When he isn’t contributing to PHUK Dave is a self confessed Prydaholic. Film, football and Sci fi buff.

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