Back To Mine with Shiny Objects

Shiny Objects a.k.a. Christopher Smith the founder of San Francisco’s renowned imprint, Om Records. A seasoned purveyor of deep and techy grooves, he’s produced and remixed over 100 tracks and remixes. As a DJ he’s taken his distinctive sound to dancefloors around the globe, from Ibiza to Brazil. He was a founding member of the legendary Disco Knights camp at Burning Man and also co-founded San Fran nightclubs Monarch and The Great Northern. Om Records turns 25 next year and ahead of this landmark, Shiny Objects will release a two-part album ‘Intermittent Dreams’ (6th Sept) followed by ‘Intermittent Soul’ (4th Oct) – find this project here:

Ghost Vision “Zuul Passage”

A long, winding journey into blissful darkness. Perfection.

Ghost Vision – Zuul Passage (Original Mix)

Electronic System “Skylab”

A 14 minute classic spacy jam from the 70s from some fabulous Belgians. 

Electronic System - Skylab - 1974

Lord Echo “Life In Earth” feat. Mara TK

Groovy and ethereal newish tune from Lord Echo. An instant classic for me.

Life on Earth (feat. Mara Tk)

Rigopolar “Sun Of Lemuria”

Drop this one at sunrise and blow some minds. A gorgeous tune from my favorite Mexican producer.

PREMIERE: Rigopolar - Sun Of Lemuria [Nazca Records]

Manuel Göttsching “E2-E4”

An epic 58 minute ambient electronic classic from 1984. Harvey played it at Disco Knights one morning many years ago. He played the whole damn record and relaxed in the bar.

Manuel Göttsching - E2-E4 (Full Length Version) - 1981/1984

Hot Toddy feat. Ron Basejam “I Need Love”

Dark, sexy and soulful. Hot Toddy is simply the best!

Hot Toddy feat Ron Basejam - I Need Love

E-Culture “Unification” – Callowhill Mix

A classic deep tune from 1990 from Josh Wink and King Britt (remix by Jeff Turzo aka Callowhill for this one). My all time favorite on Strictly Rhythm.

E-Culture - Unification (Callowhill Mix) - Strictly Rhythm SR 1223

The War On Drugs “Disappearing”

Perhaps one of the must beautiful indie tracks ever created? The one always gives me chills.

Rollmottle “Take a Break” – Maurice Fulton Remix

Maurice Fulton is simply a genius. This funky space jam always hits the spot!

Take A Break (Maurice Fulton Mix)

Nick Hakim “Pour Another”

Hauntingly beautiful. I recently discovered Nick’s music and every track is amazing. This one is my personal favorite and a fitting closer to this playlist.