Scoom Legacy

Hot off the heels of his fantastic “Flow” EP on Knee Deep In Sound we asked Scoom Legacy to put together a playlist of his home favourites…

 

 

Limahl – The Neverending Story 

I remember not stopping to hum its melody while walking down the street for a long time, I love it because it takes you far away, I still love it today.

The Neverending Story • Theme Song • Limahl

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

With this track I opened sessions at the end of the 90’s on my favourite island, quality garage, sexy vocals in a mix for everyone, I still love it for any playlist.

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

Armand Van Helden – You Don’t Know Me 

An instant classic. An infinite melody with feeling and an incredible vocal, pure emotion, I love its filtered sounds.

ARMAND VAN HELDEN - You don't know me(1999)

Supertramp – School 

The atmosphere and the story that is created in this song from ’74 had me mesmerised for a long time, it taught me the importance of captivating and surprising the listener.

SUPERTRAMP School (lyrics)

Moses Sumney – Lonely World

A real challenge, I remember listening to this song and thinking…OK, anything is possible, it gave me strength and inspired me at the same time.

Moses Sumney - Lonely World [Official Video]

Apparat – Candil De La Calle

It was part of my own soundtrack in a tough time full of changes, it inspired me like no other, one of those songs that makes everything make sense at the right time.

Apparat- Candil De La Calle

Sufjan Stevens – Chicago

Happiness in its purest form. There are songs that bring out the best in you, and this is one of them, positive energy and a journey that makes me keep singing this great song wherever I go.

Sufjan Stevens - Chicago

Daft Punk – Burnin

Originality and class in its purest form, if there is an iconic club track, it’s Burnin. It encouraged me to go for incredible sounds and ideas. It still gives me goosebumps when I play it at parties.

Daft Punk - Burnin

Michael Jackson – Thriller 

It needs no introduction. Thriller taught me that if you want to be a good producer you have to take risks, fit all the pieces together and try to create that infinite, timeless loop, a concept that defies time. A real marvel.

Michael Jackson - Thriller (Official Video)

Shuggie Oris – Strawberry Letter 23

I love all the parts of this song, how it unfolds its story, its sounds and above all, that if you stay until the end, you get something very special; I try to capture something different in all my songs if you stay with me until the end!

Shuggie Otis - Strawberry Letter 23