Back to Mine with Luke Hunter

We go back to Luke Hunter’s, Tree House Miami resident, Typ3 Records co-founder and creator of recent dance floor heater ‘Divine Vibration’ that received a very tidy remix package including Robert Babicz. 

1. Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here

I like to put on the whole “Wish You Were Here” or “Dark Side of the Moon” albums and let them play through. These are the two albums I have probably listened to most in my life, yet I still enjoy them every time. The impeccable blending of songs that take you on a journey is what continues to influence me to create seamless stories with my DJ sets today.

Wish You Were Here

2. Sade – Smooth Operator

With a silky smooth voice Sade makes every song sound like magic.

Sade - Smooth Operator (Official Music Video)

3. Red Hot Chilli Peppers – Road Trippin’

Perfect for a drive across town or across the country. This was always a good one but it became a favorite for me when it was on the road trip playlist that my girlfriend and I listened to while driving from Miami to San Francisco and back.

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Road Trippin' [Official Music Video]

4. Bob Marley – Three Little Birds

Can’t go wrong with this vibe to start the day.


5. Cream – Sunshine Of Your Love

Eric Clapton delivers some stellar guitar on this one and I always loved the rhythm too.

Sunshine Of Your Love

6. Thievery Corporation – Sweet Tides

A beautiful song that brings memories of swimming in pools and being in love.

Thievery Corporation - Sweet Tides [Official Music Video]

7. Sublime – What I Got

Need to cut loose? Then Sublime was always that feeling on the stereo! 

Sublime - What I Got (Official Video)

8. Nat King Cole – Unforgettable

Nat King Cole sings with such style and class. I enjoy listening to his songs on old records given to me by my grandfather from his collection.

Unforgettable - Nat 'King' Cole

9. 311 – Amber

311 takes me back to growing up in the 90’s. Their previous album was one of those CD’s in my car that was in constant rotation. This song later became one of my favorites.

10. Vangelis –  Antarctica Echos

Vangelis is one of my oldest “electronic” influences. This song in particular brings me pure relaxation. I had several Vangelis albums on cassette that I listened to as a kid, including the soundtrack from Bladerunner. When I listen back, I realize those soundscapes laid the foundation for what I now enjoy most about the Progressive House sound.

Antarctica Echoes (Remastered)