The best chillout record?
Emit Ecaps by Spacetime Continuum. It’s an unbelievable complex analogue journey and for me still a milestone when it comes to music for peaceful hours.
The record everyone loves but you hate?
Mostly the records everyone is playing. Hits, hypes and bling bling and all this copy paste stuff!
The best record for a family party?
Maybe some Rhythm & Sound stuff. It’s always peaceful music and in my environment everyone loves it like I do.
The soundtrack to a lazy Sunday afternoon?
The sound of nature. Field recordings or the sound you hear while going for a walk. Something far away from the music from Friday or Saturday nights.
The worst record you’ve ever heard?
Can’t remember. My brain squeezes this music out of my head.
The record you’re proudest of?
I’m very proud of my EXU EP on Stockholm Limited. It’s a very complex nine-tracker and it contains four tracks and five intro/outro ambient-industrial pieces.
For me it’s like a mini album because every piece of it belongs to each other and everything fits together perfectly. Pär Grindvik from Stockholm Limited gave me full artistic freedom for this release and I’m so happy with the whole results.
Also I’m still collecting records and one I’m very proud of is the vinyl compilation of Trance Atlantic with rare tracks from Aux88, DJ Skull, Joey Beltram and Yennek. My copy still looks mint and I love this one so much.
The future classic?
Everything could be a future classic. It’s just a matter of opinion and mood. But I think the Kris Wadsworth stuff on Uranus could be a good example.