Back To Mine: Many of which are key milestones as to when I brought my first tape, CD and Vinyl that have influenced myself through my journey in the music scene.

01. Topazz ‘New Millenium’

Massive influence to me and my style and defo still feels fresh today!

Topazz – The new millenium

2. Fabio ‘Book of Love’

One of the first-ever mixtapes I was given in my early teens to listen to via my Walkman.

Fabio Amnesia House Book Of Love

3. MC Hammer ‘You Can’t Touch This’ [Album]

MC Hammer’s “You Can’t Touch This” was my first ever album I brought on tape as a child. So many childhood memories playing this out and going to school discos 🙂

MC Hammer – U Can't Touch This (Official Music Video)

4. Prodigy ‘Out Of Space’

Memories of my first ever CD brought from Woolworths.

The Prodigy – Out of Space

5. Todd Terry ‘Something Goin On’

When I acquired my first set of decks (SoundLab DLP600) this was the first vinyl I brought and one that always rocked the dance floors when I first DJ’d in 1997.

(MCM 90'S) TODD TERRY Something goin' on

6. Robert Miles ‘Dreamland’ [Album]

What an album!! Definitely one of my all time favourites albums and one i never got board of listening. Driving around various clubs around the UK, this was on non stop in my Austin Metro car and one of my influences today in producing.

Children (Dream Version) (Remastered)

7. Bruce Hornsby ‘The Way It Is’ [Album]

Many childhood memories in my early teens listening to this album with the family in the car travelling to see my grandparents.

On the Western Skyline

8. Joeski & Onionz ‘Hold On To Your Love’

Massive track and a huge influence to me, playing this many a times in DJ sets in 2000.

Joeski & Onionz – Hold On To Your Love

9. H-Foundation ‘Tonight’

These guys influenced me sooo much through late ‘90s on the west coast house tip. Huge House track that again influenced me in 2000.

H-Foundation – Tonight (King Britt's Sexy Mix)

10. Nuryorican Soul ‘Runaway’ (Armand Van Helden mix)

Huge memories going to one of the UK’s well known nights Wobble in Birmingham. Hearing this dropped every week and initially not having a clue who this was by. Across friends and networks, this was very much known as the night’s anthem and still one of today’s biggest classics I feel.

Nuyorican Soul-India Runaway [Armand Van Helden Mix]

Steve Kelley ‘In My House’ EP
Sublease Music
Out 20th March