1. Andronicus – Make You Whole

Beautiful, uplifting house music from the early 90’s. Always the first song on play when getting ready for a long night ahead.

Andronicus – Make You Whole [1992]

2. Floorplan – Tell You No Lie

Disco infused, dance floor stomper capable of to turning the atmosphere from ‘zero’ to ‘party’ in less than five seconds.

Floorplan – Tell You No Lie (Original mix) [M-Plant]

3. Waterson – Tell Me (KDA Club Edit)

This one actually ended up in my top 25 most played playlist after stumbling across it on a compilation album. There’s something about the soulful vocals and warm, teasing  bassline that keeps you wanting more.

Waterson – Tell Me (KDA Club Edit)

4. DJ Gregory – Tropical Soundclash

One of the first records I purchased on vinyl after being brought to my attention by a friend of mine. One of those tracks that you just can’t help moving your feet too. Its infectious!

DJ Gregory – Tropical Soundclash

5. Dwayne Jenson – My People

I played this in almost every DJ set for a year solid and the crowds response just got better and better.

Dwayne Jensen – My People

6. Emmanuel Jal – Kuar (Henrick Swarz Remix)

Flashbacks of playing on the beach stage at Soundwave Croatia. Nothing but smiles when this was played 😊

IV29 Emmanuel Jal – Kuar (Henrik Schwarz remix) – Kuar EP

7. Tom Trago – Use Me Again (And Again)

When the disco energy is running low and you need the perfect amount of uplift to get you through.

Tom Trago – Use Me Again (And Again) (original)

8. Chaka Khan – I Know You, I live You (Bugz in the Attic Vocal Mix)

Bugz in the Attic… Chaka Khan… Nuff said!

I Know You, I Live You (Bugz In The Attic Vocal Mix)

9. Tiger & Woods – No More Talking

A mesmerising disco track from probably one of my favourite producers, Tiger & Woods. No need for this one to pack energy. A cosmic ‘pick me up’ loop, accompanied with a teasing layered vocal and a simple ‘4 on the floor’ drum beat is all that’s needed for making this a perfect after hours track.

Tiger & Woods – No More Talking (Original Mix)

10. Midland – Final Credits

I’m just going to leave this after party anthem here.

Midland 'Final Credits'

Featuring Genius of Time – Nachtbraker b2b Hidden Spheres – Get To Know, Chennessy b2b Jamo Beatz – Faro – Liem Jay

Day & Night Summer Party @ Brixton JammSaturday 1st June to 2nd June4pm to 4amGenius of Time – Nachtbraker b2b Hidden Spheres – Get To Know Chennessy b2b Jamo Beatz – Faro – Liem JayTickets: https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1233380Listen to Chennessy’s exclusive Kitsuné Afterwork DJmix:https://soundcloud.com/kitsunemusique/chennessy-exclusive-mix-kitsune-afterwork-parisListen to Genius of Time’s ‘Peace Bird’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wgU7oFa4GMCelebrated fashion and music label Kitsuné is pleased to announce it’s come back to London with anexclusive Kitsuné Club Night Day & Night Summer Party that once more highlights the spectrum ofdiversity across the wider Kitsuné family.

After a year long hiatus, Kitsuné Club Night takes place at the legendary Brixton Jamm for a massive12 hour long party featuring both new and more established acts side by side for what promises tobe a great precursor to the summer.Following their new EP ‘Peace Bird’, released to much acclaim earlier this year, Swedish avant-electronic artist Genius of Time takes the stage, bringing with him his eclectic selection of dreamyNordic house. Dutch deep-house producer Nachtbraker joins forces with London’s very own HiddenSpheres (Tom Harris) for a rare B2B DJ set.Future Boogie star Get To Know (UK’s Larry Holcombe) joins in with his exciting take on the post disco80’s sound and shares the stage with leftfield hip-hop aficionados Chennessy and Jamo Beatz.Completing the line-up are rising London newcomers Faro (Katie Farrow) and Liem Jay, warming youup with their unique blend of sensual, contemporary house.Kitsuné Club Night Day & Night Summer Party takes place at Brixton Jamm on 1st June 201