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The mix of influences which will makes you dance immediately.
" The hypnotic journey by the music from whole over the world. "
There are not many producers and DJs who can put the whole dancefloor in swing playing music under 110 BPM. Malcolm Mitchell can.
He’s the owner of the Global Warming Records label and runs the program at Rinse France under the same name. His record label includes such artists as Sofian Rouge, Jascha Hagen and Fred Berthet. On the other hand, DJ Steef and Sano played in his broadcast.
In addition to dealing with the promotion of other artists, Malcolm is more and more bold trying his hand at playing. On his account, you can find the first remixes. Malcolm concentrates the most on DJ sets, in which he presents not only the spectrum of his own inspirations, but a wide range of music which he explores when searching for artists for his label. In his selection, we can hear a lot of ethnic, African or South American music. But that’s not all, Malcolm loves to control the crowd, thanks to the mix of disco and slow house, which to the audience is hypnotizing.
As a DJ, he’s unpredictable and full of extremes, which was appreciated by the audience of the events on which he had the opportunity to play — Transmusicales de Rennes, Calvi On The Rocks, Piknic Electronik, Midi Festival or Plages Electroniques Festival. The best proof of the musical potential in this French guy is that he shared the stage with the best DJs in the world, such as John Talabot, Dixon, Laurent Garnier, Motor City Drum Ensemble and Daniel Avery. This makes Malcolm Mitchell one of the most interesting figures in the modern French underground.