After hours grooving…
1. Energ 52 – Cafe Del Mar ’98 (Original Three ‘n’ One Mix)
It make my hairs stand up on my arms every time, totally euphoric experience from start to finish.
2. NU-BIRTH: Anytime (Original Mix)
This is one of the early days of garage, this has passion and feeling no matter what your vibe is.
3. Basement Jaxx – Bingo Bango
By now its time to step up the heat, this one gets the party moving, I could hear this on repeat.
4. DJ Antoine vs Mad Mark – Now That You Are Gone (Night Mix)
This one is a get out of jail tracks for any after party never fails for me.
5. Inner City – Pennies From Heaven
The lyrics and music blend so good its like perfection. Its like reading a book that you hear.
6. Love Can’t Turn Around – Farley Jackmaster Funk, featuring Darryl Pandy
With killer riff, one bady boy vocalist the result is you end up with a cocktail that even the queen approves.
7. Heller & Farley – Ultra Flava
I had this on vinyl it never gets old, another catchy riff and cow bells that set it off from start to finish.
9. Double 99 – RIP Groove (Original)
They say they don’t make them like they used to. One of my all time favourites it will destroy any party, if you don’t know, you do now.
10. Ladycop – To Be Real
This one is to finish the night off with, a house classic that’s itching to be reborn.
Ryan Blyth X After 6 – ‘Trust Me’ (Nothing Else Matters)
Ryan Blyth and longstanding collaborator After 6 are back with infectious new single ‘Trust Me’. The track’s instant like ability has already gained it radio support from the likes of Cameo, Mistajam, Steve Smart and Danny Howard, who has now signed it to his newly launched label, Nothing Else Matters.
Sampling Armand Van Helden’s classic 90s hit ‘You Don’t Know Me’, Ryan and After 6 add a hefty dose of bass and percussion whilst combining the male vocals with a soulful female girl group in a question-and-answer turn. The mixture of recognisable melodies, uplifting strings, hands-in-the-air vocals and a stomping bassline make ‘Trust Me’ the perfect track to set dancefloors everywhere alight.
Having already performed in 2015 at Ministry Of Sound, Sankeys Ibiza, The Royal Albert Hall and the Outbreak Festival amongst other notable stops on the global electronic circuit, Ryan’s 2016 live schedule is already looking hectic. With ‘Trust Me’ set for release in March, you can be sure that this is just the beginning of a big year for Ryan Blyth.