1. Miles Davis – Kind of Blue
I find this the most emotional music before I get to work in the studio. I can play this all day and night and everytime it will make me feel a different note.
2. The Doors – Riders On The Storm
This track is the reason why I love the Rhodes.
3. Soda Stereo – Ciudad de La Furia
I grew up listening to Argentinian Rock n Roll and this band sums it all up. Unplugged version of a Classic Latin Rock band.
4. Blaze – Lovelee Dae (2020 Vision Remix)
This tracks gets me to smile and sing every time.
5. Trentemoller – Moan
I try to play this track in most of my sets, it always get me thinking about you.
6. Luciano ft. Jaw- 7Direction (Dennis Ferrer Remix)
Luciano will always crush the dancefloor. Huge build up and awesome percs.
7. Pier Bucci – Hay Consuelo (Samim Remix)
Perfect blend of spanish vocals with a great groove.
8. David Gtronic and Randall M – Aliena (Livio n Roby Remix)
Steady rolling beats, loopy and driving. Livio and Roby have always been one of my favorite producer duos.
9. Frankie Knuckles – Your Love
There can never be a top 10 without Godfather Frankie Knuckles. Big anthem and classic vocal track.
10. Moodymann – I Can’t Kick This Feeling When It Hits
Love playing this track in my sets and just loop the vocal. Always brings back the classic feeling to the dancefloor.
Andromo & Delia Ros – Beyond The Sun (Superfreq)
Andromo and Delia Ros are two producers making their Superfreq label debut with a set of tasty tracks of shimmery, dubbed out deep techno. Vancouver based Andromo has previously released on labels such as Chris Fortier’s Fade Records, Bedrock and Viva Recordings, and here he links with Mexican producer Delia Ros from the likes of Akbal Music, Harvibal and Mexa. Together they showcase their forward-looking techno sound, one that is a perfect for this revered label.
Up first from this talented pair is the brilliant ‘Beyond the Sun,’ a spritely and melodic offering, and the sort of spaced out track that really encourages you to cast your mind free. The drums are icy and infectious, the chords warm and the tempo perfectly designed so as to carry you away on the hypnotic groove. Then comes the equally essential ‘Be Patient (Andromo Mix), a darker and more heads down affair, but with cinematic pads and a real sense of space in the track. The kinetic drums are stripped back but dynamic and the sound designs are filled