Label: Dekmantel - none • Series: Dekmantel Podcast - 022 • Format: File MP3, Mixed 320 kbps • Genre: Electronic • Style: Techno
Real name Harry Agius, he founded his label Graded in as an output for his own technohouse and early-UK dubstep tinged productions.
This ultimately paved the way for the emergence of the Midland alias. Since then he has become recognised for his ability to shift genres within More I Can Not Wish You - The Singers Unlimited - A Capella mixes, weaving together left field house, heavy Ship-Scope - Midland - Dekmantel Podcast 022rare disco, distinctive sounds from the UK as well as rich African influences, and as a result can be found on lineups with I Fall Apart - Rory Gallagher - Rory Gallagher Highlights diverse range of artists every weekend.
In he founded his label Graded in as an output for his own technohouse and early-UK dubstep tinged productions. In founded the sub-label Regraded, the sister imprint focusing on sample led disco and house music releasing music from the likes of Gerd JansonShan, Hubie Davison and himself. His track 'Trace' on Aus Music became somewhat of a breakthrough in Inhe founded another sub-label entitled Intergraded,  with a focus on emerging artists. In he was announced as the creator of Fabric 's 94th instalment of their Fabriclive mix CD series Fabriclive 94     with a launch party in September  .
The mix CD received positive reviews 8. In JanuaryMidland was announced as the cover star of Mixmag magazine's February issue. Midland is gay and uses his social media presence to raise awareness of issues affecting LGBT people. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. House dubstep techno. Resident Advisor. Retrieved 30 January Fact UK magazine. BBC Radio 1. DJ Mag. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
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