Back To Mine with Balthazar & JackRock

Balthazar & JackRock’s techno story began back in 1996, in the capital of Bulgaria – Sofia. From DJing around the globe to running a 1500 people capacity venue and promoting their own festivals, Balthazar & JackRock have been deeply involved in electronic music scene for the past 27 years. The duo have released on labels such as Drumcode, Filth On Acid, Terminal M and Hypnostate. As their new single, ‘Solar Deity’, drops on Volta, DMCWorld goes back to mine with Balthazar & JackRock.

William Orbit – Water From A Vine Leaf

When you travel, when you are on a special place or when you have a special moment – always a perfect one.

Water From A Vine Leaf

Ian Pooley – Whats Your Number (1996)

The perfect badass chill mood setter.

Ian Pooley - What's Your Number (1996)

Art of Trance – Octopus

If i have do point a #1 fav electronic dance music track ever – that’s it.

Octopus (Original Mix)

Toddla T – Take It Back

We have a special UK “feel good” playlist that always works like a charm for the mood.

Toddla T - 'Take It Back' (Full Length Official Video)

Rex The Dog – Crasher

Used to close many sets with this one and with the time it became a part of the “eternal” collection.

Rex The Dog - Crasher (Official Audio)

Noizu – Summer 91 (Looking Back)

Another one from the “feel good” playlist.

Noizu - Summer 91 (Looking Back)

Scooter – Rhapsody In E

Started to notice some electronic tracks around 1993, but Scooter album “…and the Beat Goes On” was the breaking point to turn completely. And no, this is not the late Scooter you know.

Mandalay – Beautiful (7 Canny Mix)

Super sentimental and special one.

The Crystal Method – Comin Back

A gem from the old breakbeat years full of emotion.


Banco De Gaia – Last Train To Lahasa

Ambient and some spiritual music has always been part of our music flow.

Banco de Gaia - Last train to Lhasa HQ + HD (1995)

Balthazar & JackRock  ‘Solar Deity’ Is out now on Volta