Listed in the top ten most popular Progressive DJ’s on Beatport, Graeme Shepherd, aka Grum, is in incredible form.
His two most recent singles, ‘Shout’ (Anjuna) and ‘Under Your Skin’ (Anjuna) accomplished #1 in the Beatport Progressive & Trance Charts and have been extensively supported on R1 & Sirius XM by the likes of Danny Howard & Deadmau5. A regular favorite in the sets of Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Sander van Doorn, Gareth Emery & Camelphat etc, Grum’s consistent track record doesn’t seem likely to stop anytime soon. To date, he’s had six tracks in the Beatport Top Ten, plus, overall, a remarkable 31 releases in the Beatport Top 100. This has amounted to spending over 1000 days in the Top 100 – something which looks set to continue, with him mixing the Anjunabeats World-Wide Compilation (due out Aug 2017).
Alongside his release schedule, Grum has worked hard in the past year on his live sets, touring extensively as main support to Above & Beyond & Seven Lions on their North American tours, but also then returning for his own sell-out headline tour of North America shortly afterward. He is set to return in July with an extensive headline ‘Anjunabeats World Wide Tour,’ kicking off in North America, with a string of headline and festival shows (including Global Dance, Centre Of Gravity and Electric Zoo) before moving into Europe with a string of dates from August onwards which so far include Cream, Ibiza and Creamfields to name a few.
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