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1. Mr X And Mr Y

Something that is just so easy to listen to & also reminds me a little of being in a club. The classic 80s synth line never gets old.

Mr X and Mr Y New World Order

2. Chic – Le Freak

This record is like a instant pick me up, everyone knows it, everyone loves it! 

Chic - Le Freak (1978) (extended version)

3. Todd Terry – House Is A Feelin’ 1991

Proper groover! Love listening to cool cuts like this where the record is swinging all over the place.

Todd Terry - House Is A Feeling [1991]

4. Roy Ayers – Running Away

Funky feel good music usually played deep in the afters when you’re waiting for a bit of a change up

Roy Ayers - Running Away 12" Version

5. Chemise – She Cant Love You

Top 5 favorite of the 80s for me, nothing really beats this track, flows incredibly.

Chemise - She Can't Love You (1982)

6. MAW FT India – To Be In Love

Absolute classic, brings back many great memories from previous summers!

MAW Feat India - To be in love ( MAW 99 Mix )

7. Roy Davis JR FT Pevan Everett – Gabriel (Live Garage Mix)

Soon as those trumpets come in it instantly grabs you. Perfect for any afters ha!

Roy Davis Jr ft Peven Everett - Gabriel (Live Garage Version)

8. Angie Stone – Wish I Didn’t Miss You (Pound Boys Stonface Bootleg Mix)

So much of a classic that I even heard Carl Cox play it for his last ever tune at Space Ibiza back in 2016

Wish I Didn't Miss You (Pound Boys Stoneface Bootleg Mix) - Angie Stone

9. New Order – Blue Monday

Another top 5 80s record for me & probably my favorite from New Order. When doesn’t this get played at the afters ha!

New Order - Blue Monday

10. Donna Summer – I Feel Love 

A track that never stops progressing throughout. An all good summer feel.
Usually at the afters the same 2 hour mix eventually gets boring and these records come into play.

Donna Summer I Feel Love Original 8 minute 12" version 1977

Wheats – In Your Head (Hottrax)

Bursting onto the scene as a wide-eyed 18-year-old, Wheats received early support from Kerri Chandler who played two of his tracks in his set moments after hearing the demo. Soon after Wheats was signed to Chandler’s MadTech and since then he’s gone on to release on labels like Kaluki, Saved, Circus and VIVa, with support from Calvin Harris, Nic Fanciulli, Hot Since 82, and Jamie Jones. He now joins the latter’s Hottrax imprint with a pair of wonky productions that see him in fine form.
With its rumbling bassline, piercing snares and squelchy acid licks, ‘You Know’ is a dark and menacing cut from the word go. Meanwhile, ‘What You Do’ is all about a rhythmic groove built from layers of intricate percussion whilst delayed stabs, snare rolls and distorted vocal samples generate a trippy aesthetic throughout.

Out now… Wheats – In Your Head (Hottrax) Catalog Number: HXT054

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