Crafted for the tenth anniversary of Farmfest...
Submotion Orchestra x FarmFest

Ten years is a long time.

Ten years ago the inaugural instalment of Farmfest kicked off, an ad hoc party which started for friends and became an award-winning festival.

Fast forward a decade and organisers are busy building their biggest event yet. Running between July 31st and August 1st, this year's Farmfest expands on their ethos while retaining the familiar feel which makes it so loved.

Submotion Orchestra are huge fans of the festival, and agreed to craft a special mix in its honour. Focussing on their own decade long journey, it opens with the soul of Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings before leaping into the butter-smooth hip hop production of J Dilla.

Featuring more than a few vital touchstones along the way, you can tune in below.

2005: Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings – 'How Long Do I Have To Wait For You Baby'
2006: J Dilla – 'So Far To Go'
2007: Charles Bradley & Menahan Street Band – 'The World (Is Going Up In Flames)'
2008: Ruckspin and Quark – 'Sunshine'
2009: Orlando Julius – 'Disco High Life'
2010: Trilogy – 'Brother Don’t Cry'
2011: Submotion Orchestra – 'All Yours'
2012: Antibalas – 'Dirty Money'
2013: Author – 'After Time'
2014: Kwabs – 'Perfect Ruin'
2015: Gentlemens Dub Club – 'Music is the Girl I Love' (Prince Fatty Remix)

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For full information on Farmfest click HERE.

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