This is a classic which takes us back to a summer filled with loads of good memories. It’s one of those tracks that is an endless classic.
The Shapeshifters - Lola's Theme (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
2. Eric Prydz – Everyday
This track takes us right back to mambo Ibiza where Eric was playing a sunset gig, he dropped this and the place erupted. What a summer with friends and Great memories..!!
Eric Prydz - Every Day (Official)
3. Toyboy and Robin – Jaded
This track has vibes from the first play. Massive fans of vocal sampling from the ’90s, jade- don’t walk away is one of our favourite RnB tracks of all time too. What a record this is timeless!
Toyboy & Robin - Jaded [OFFICIAL VIDEO]
4. Deadmau5 – Not Exactly
Not exactly This record brings back huge memories of Tiesto dropping this at the summer festival here in Ballinlough Castle Ireland, he absolutely rocked the place from start to finish, this one takes us right back.
deadmau5 - Not Exactly
5. Funkagenda & Mark Knight – Man With The Red Face
This is an absolute monster that brings back some special memories in clubs all around the world. A special memory is a pre-party for Funkagenda gig, we had a private boat party in our hometown up on lough Gill lake, Sligo. This was dropped and it just went off, summer nights, good friends, beers flowing, good times…
Funkagenda & Mark Knight - Man With The Red Face
6. SWV – Right Here (Human Nature Radio Mix – Official Video)
Right here This is a classic and samples king Michael Jackson. What a combo you can’t beat the early 90’s female vocal.
SWV - Right Here (Human Nature Radio Mix - Official Video)
7. 2Pac – Me Against The World
Gangsta rap at its finest, love California feels it’s a groover. Window down sunshine and chill..
2Pac - Me Against The World
8. Micheal Jackson – Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough
Growing up listening to this man brings back special memories. He was away ahead of his time and every track he made is timeless, this one however just makes you wanna dance every time…
Michael Jackson - Don’t Stop 'Til You Get Enough (Official Video)
9. Dr Dre ‘Whats The Difference’
What an album “the chronic” was one of our favourites of all time. This track has been sampled various times since. Early Eminem days quality.
What's The Difference
10. Daft Punk – Around The World
An all-time classic we will leave it at that, you know when you know.
Daft Punk/ Michel Gondry's "Around the World" -IN REVERSE! (NOT official video)
Back N Fourth
Back N Fourth are a commercial/house production/DJ duo from Sligo, Ireland consisting of members Paul Byrne & Kieran Mc Nally. Back N Fourth was created in Jan 2018 where they released their first track original called ‘Need Your Love’. It got great support on Irish radio on iRadio, RTE 2fm and also in the UK on Kiss Fm with James Hype. From here on in they knew that they were onto something exciting so they started working on some remixes to expand their production skills. Since then they have remixed unofficially for top liner artist’s including Mark Ronson, Miley Cyrus, Dermot Kennedy, Ariana Grande, Zedd, Nicki Minaj, Clean Bandit, Benny Blanco & officially remixes for Anne-Marie’s – ‘Perfect To Me'(+1.4mil streams on spotify), Charli XCX’s – Blame It On Your Love (+350k streams on spotify) & Mark McCabe x Siights – Don’t Let Me Go on Warner Music UK & Universal Music Ireland. As 2020 unfolded these guys saw their remixes of Jax Jones & Ella Henderson, Stormzy, Ed Sheeran, Tones & I, Sam Smith top the charts at no. 1 on all mainstream DJ download charts worldwide. Streams and plays are growing in the thousands on all platforms to date with all of their productions still doing damage on radio stations and clubs around the world. In October 2020 Back N Fourth signed a record called FREE with house heavyweight record label Cr2 records. This track has over +100,000 streams on Spotify and was also featured on Love Island. All tracks & remixes to date have got heavy support frequently by radio djs & producers on BBC Radio 1, Capital Fm/Dance, Kiss Fm, Gaydio Fm, Rte 2fm, iRadio, Spin1038 by the likes of Diplo, Scott Mills, James Hype, Marvin Humes, Billy Da Kid, John Gibbons, Mark Mc Cabe, Dave Treacy & more.