Back To Mine with Malikk

1. Moderat – bad kingdom

With Moderat you can’t go wrong. 

Moderat - Bad Kingdom

2. Radiohead – everything is in its right place (afefe iku re-edit)

End of night starts, it’s time to fly away with this Edit of afefe iku. Music is now in the right place. 

RADIOHEAD "Everything in its right place" (Deep House)

3. Inner City – Big Fun (12′ remix)

A timeless classic, I play it in all of my sets.

Inner City - Big Fun (12' remix)

4. Sister Sledge – Lost In Music

This song is sheer perfection. It never gets old.

Sister Sledge - Lost In Music

5. Joe Smooth – Promised Land

This one sits very close to my heart. It’s one of my favourite tracks ever. This song will forever be a relevant classic.

Joe Smooth - Promised Land

6. Pachanga Boys – Time

This one can be played before, during and after.

Pachanga Boys - Time

7. Masters At Work Feat. India – To Be In Love (Original MAW Mix)

India’s vocals are fire!  A timeless masterpiece. Absolute banger of a house tune, dull bass and amazing vocals. Still a must when I party with my friends….

Masters At Work feat. India - To Be In Love (Original MAW Mix)

8. Midland ‘Final Credits’

It’s like falling in love all over again.

Midland 'Final Credits'

9. Kolombo – Waiting for

The ideal track to be transported.

Kolombo - Waiting For

10. Fatima Yamaha – What’s A Girl To Do 

Beautiful, just beautiful

Fatima Yamaha - What's A Girl To Do (Done031)

Malikk – Heu Como Bailar (Hot Creations)

French-native Malikk debuts on Hot Creations this December with the two-track Heu Como Bailar. The EP continues a busy 2020 that has seen him release on labels such as LouLou Records and Two Many Rules.

Malikk described the production process behind the EP, stating that: “I made Heu Como Bailar with a bass that gave it a groovy sound and a synth that gave it an offbeat rhythm. For Got The Body I was influenced by the chicago house sound of the eighties.”

The title track sets the tone, with punchy kicks sitting alongside driving hats. An irresistible 4x4 groove acts as the backbone, before the infectious Heu Como Bailar vocal helps whip the beat along. Rounding things off is Got The Body, an unapologetic dancefloor cut that you can’t help but dance to. Up-tempo, hard-hitting and with plenty of obscure-sounding squeaks throughout, the near five-minute number showcases the up-and-coming talent at his best.

Having cut his teeth in his home country of France, Malikk is swiftly showcasing himself as one to watch in the contemporary house scene. Releases on Sonny Fodera’s Solotoko as well as Mark Knight’s Toolroom have helped establish his presence, whilst performances across both Europe and South America have allowed his sound to reach a global audience. Never one to rest on his laurels, this upcoming EP on Hot Creations highlights the French-native’s career trajectory, a testament to his skill as a producer.

Buy link is HERE