Fulltone Drops Off a Spring Mix Ahead of All Day I Dream Festival


Fulltone spins up a mix filled to the brim with serene vibes and curated selections head of his performance at All Day I Dream Festival.

Ever since All Day I Dream took its first steps as a label and event curator, the Lee Burridge-led brand has become an international behemoth known for bringing some of the most sublime artists front and center. One of those artists is Fulltone, an Egyptian DJ and producer who continues to impress with each passing release and performance.

The past few years have seen Fulltone explore his creative abilities in the studio and continue to catch the ear of global tastemakers. Previous releases from him have landed on labels ranging from Kindisch to Klassified, but his recent jaunt into the All Day I Dream family has also proved to be remarkable. While Fulltone’s Love in Space EP left a lasting impression, his latest to land on the imprint, Far from This World, showed why he’s become such a beloved member of ADID.

Now, after the release of Far from This World, Fulltone is gearing up for a massive weekend ahead of him with the debut edition of All Day I Dream Festival on the horizon. To get everyone moving to the beat and prepped for the festival, he’s spun up a special mix for the Spring Sound Waves series that includes some of his own tunes along with selections from Audiofly, Enamour, Ramiro Drisdale, David Hasert, and more. It’s an hour-long ride that will sweep you off your feet and whisk you away to a dream-filled realm, so give it a spin.

Listen to this exclusive guest mix from Fulltone on SoundCloud and make sure to grab passes to All Day I Dream Festival if you’re planning to head there this weekend!

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