Skream – You Know Right

One of my favourite tracks from my good mate Oliver Jones, for me his finest hour, a euphoric track full of emotion, gets me every time! First time i herd it was Day Zero, Tulum In Mexico, Lazzurus dropped it, knocked my head off! I didn’t find out for some time later it was Ollie’s Track. Imagine my Elation! 

Skream – You Know, Right?

Dennis Ferrer – Sinfonia Del Notte

DF is One of the finest Dj/Producers of his generation, someone i take great inspiration from when making Music, Love this track for so many reasons, brings back hazy memories of my first season or two in Ibiza, A work of art!

Dennis Ferrer – Sinfonia Della Notte (Original Mix)

The Arctic Monkeys – A Certain Romance

Takes me back to my College Days as a teenager, The Arctic Monkeys burst onto the scene and gave a sound to that generation, this track especially resonates with me, the lyrics are genius in their simplicity, with lines like ‘Classic Reeboks’, ‘Tracky bottoms tucked in socks’ pretty much summing up that time in my life!

Arctic Monkeys A Certain Romance

Blueboy – Remember Me

An Absolute Classic, your not leaving an afterparty back at mine without hearing this track.

Blue Boy – Remember Me (Original 12")

The Notorious B.I.G – Old Thing Back

I absolutely love Hip Hop and I love Biggie, I even have a big poster of him blazing a reef framed in my front room at home, Badboy!

Old Thing Back (feat. Ja Rule and Ralph Tresvant)

The Streets – Weak Become Heros

This track man! It really is one of my favourite ever tracks, sounds as fresh today as it did 15 plus years ago when it came out, all these years later the words and message from this track are still as Relevant as ever. Hats off to Mike Skinner, Genius.

The Streets – Weak Become Heroes (Official Video)

DB Boulevard – Points of View

A track that really does remind me of my youth, like pre teen days, you know when you first start learning your tastes in music, one of them ones i had on cd single and would play over and over, often getting played back at mine still to this day!

DB Boulevard – Point Of View (Official Video)

Daft Punk – Face to Face

Dance Music’s Pioneers, the face of dance music would not be the way it was today if not for these revolutionaires, so many great tracks over the years, and for me this is pick of the bunch, puts smiles on faces every time.

Daft Punk – Face To Face

Madonna – Material Girl

The Greatest Pop tune of all time! Controversial statement I know, but in my opinion it just epitomises the quintessential pop record, getting played at any after crack on worth its salt! They just don’t make them like this anymore.

Madonna – Material Girl (Official Music Video)

Womack & Womack – Teardrops

Somebody asked me what tune would you have played as the last track ever at Space, Ibiza. Of course i said this, no hesitation! Enough said.

Womack & Womack – Teardrops (Official Video)

 
Richy Ahmed’s Four Thirty Two imprint continues to fly the flag for steadfast rolling and pumping house jams, with a sterling EP from James Burton, backed with a remix from one of the scene’s most decorated soldiers, Dennis Ferrer. This is already receiving great support from the likes of Jamie Jones, Skream, Patrick Topping, Jansons, and of course from Richy himself, who has been playing these tracks on heavy rotation this summer in Ibiza. Burton has already released certified bangers on labels like Skream’s Of Unsound Mind and Kaluki Music, and now on his debut Four Thirty Two release we are treated to a brace of tracks that straddle disco’s rich heritage with contemporary house music’s subby bass and tight, swinging beats. Peak time business from this hotly tipped producer. Dennis Ferrer really requires no introduction, but for the uninitiated, the DJ & producer from NYC has been behind a huge swathe of undeniable house classics since the mid 1990s, for labels like Ibadan, Defected, King Street, Strictly Rhythm, and of course, his own Objektivity imprint. Ferrer chisels out a typically funky and raw remix that’s scattered with delirious vocal chops, sax tones and chugs of rhythmic guitar.

James Burton – No Man, I’m High Enough / Breakfast Club (inc. Dennis Ferrer rmx) Label: Four Thirty Two Release: 18th October 2019 Cat No: 432R012