The last track of the night?

Definitely Ricardo Villalobos’s ‘Dexter’. I have seen this track bring so many people back from a drugged-out void at the end of the night. It’s just got this amazing groove to it. What you think is a very amazing techno track just evolves into this beautiful mesmerising piece of gorgeousness.

The soundtrack to a lazy Sunday afternoon?

This obviously changes year to year, but for the last few months I have been listening to War On Drugs’ Lost In The Dream. It has this amazing sense of nostalgia to it. In a lot of ways it reminds me of some spaced-out Bruce Springsteen album with a twist of Tom Petty and a dash of Kurt Vile. There’s not a track on this album that isn’t amazing in my view.

The best record for a family party?

Hand’s down it’s The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead. It’s the record that I think my girlfriend and I agree on the most. My daughters love it, too. It’s got enough mellowness for a relaxing party and enough energy to wear the girls out before bed time.


Archangel’s The Bedroom Slant LP is out now on Foom. Find him on Facebook, Twitter and SoundCloud.

3rd June, 2014


  • Avalon surely is one of the most perfect records ever made. Great choices.


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