Trainspotting With Charles D

NYC based artist Charles D has established his unmistakable sound that combines hard hitting techno grooves with progressive sounds and influence. His evolving music has gained support from Adam Beyer & Eric Prydz, which has led to multiple releases on Eric Prydz’s label Pryda Presents and on Beyer’s respective label Drumcode. His Epic Mix for Adam Beyer & Bart Skils ‘Your Mind’ is only the second official remix, gained fame and was featured at major events like Awakenings, Movement Detroit, Tomorrowland, and EDC. The original track earned praise from Mixmag and surpassed 38 million streams. As his new single, ‘Don’t Stop’ drops on Dumcode, DMCWorld goes Trainspotting with Charles D.

Sunbeam – Outside World (Bart Skils, Weska Remix)

Bart Skils & Weska did a masterful job bringing this classic back with a modern techno touch. Amazing record to play near the end of your set, it has that feeling off celebration of dancing all night on the dance floor.

Sunbeam - Outside World (Bart Skils & Weska Remix) [Official Visualizer]

Charles D – Don’t Stop

Don’t Stop’ was created to have an old school vibe with New York flavor. The memorable vocal samples resonate nostalgic Hip Hop vibes and paired with a dirty Moog baseline & rave stabs its one of my personal favourite records to play this year.

Charles D (USA) - Don't Stop | Drumcode

Adam Beyer – No Hate

No Hate’s amazing vocal line and groove makes it the perfect track to play at any moment of the night.

Adam Beyer - No Hate | Drumcode

Anyma, Rebūke – Syren

‘Syren’ is a masterpiece from Anyma & Rebūke, a pure instrumental record that captures so much emotion and energy. The sound design is top notch with so many intricate details. I hear new things in the production with each new listen.

Anyma & Rebūke - Syren

Uger Project – Ready To Rave

To describe this record in one word – DIRTY This record for me is so old school, I can’t stop playing it in my live sets. The vocal sample, the rave stabs, dirty kick makes it a weapon at any moment in the night.

Ready To Rave (Original Mix)

Claude Vonstroke – These Notes In This Order (VNSSA Remix)

VNSSA delivered a timeless remix. I’ve played this record all year, it’s a remix that I believe in 5 years’ time I will still be playing it. It’s fun to play and the crowd always dances their tails off to it.

Claude VonStroke - These Notes In This Order (VNSSA Remix) [DIRTYBIRD]

Danny Avila – Chase The Sun

An amazing remix of a classic. Danny incorporates modern techno elements such as a rolling baseline, acid stabs, and percussion. It’s a perfect track to play at the climax of your set. The vocals are soft and euphoric, and the drops are serious and aggressive. It’s perfect!

Danny Avila - Chase The Sun

James Blvck – Light the Torch

Toronto native, James Blvck, brings an amazing solo production that combines a beautiful unforgettable melody in the breakdowns, and then followed with a hard hitting drop driven by an arpeggio baseline. For me personally is the perfect contrast of elements.

James Blvck - Light The Torch [Nova Collective]

Space 92 – Cooper

Cooper is by far my favorite Space 92 track out of his entire catalogue of HITS. The downbeat melodic motif that hits on the drops is so powerful, it grabs the attention of the crowd every single time. The breakdown is massive as well, with huge super saw rave chords that capture the dance-floor in anticipation for the drop. Insane PEAKTIME record.

Space 92 - Cooper (Original Mix)

Beckers – Switch (Alex Stein Remix)

This remix is amazing by Alex Stein, it delivers on all fronts. The Beckers vocal gives me such a Nu-Disco vibe, and it’s a nice crossover vocal to have in the midst of a techno set, as it sounds very different to the vocals that are being utilized in techno at the moment.

Beckers - Switch (Alex Stein remix)

Charles D ‘Don’t Stop’ is out now on Drumcode