“Just get comfortable on your couch, maybe with a duvet and a pillow, kick back, put on this track, and laze around all day!” The Parisian offers us his go-to tracks for a big night out… and the morning after.


What’s the first record you ever bought?

Michael Jackson‘s Thriller LP. I remember my parents had a big vinyl collection, so I got used to listening to a lot of records from an early age – since I was very young, in fact. One day I was with my mum walking through an old flea market when I saw a stand selling vinyl… I checked it out and saw the Michael Jackson album Thriller – and here it is, the first record in my own collection!

Your favourite ever record?

Delaware Saints – ‘Yesterday’s Tomorrow’ on Humboldt County Records. Well, it’s very very hard to pick just one, to be honest, but this record from Delaware Saints is definitely in my top tracks of all time. I truly love it and have done since the first time I heard it on Dan Ghenacia’s compilation Kwality Batofar. It’s not only that I love it, but I would also love to have made it. I’m so jealous of this one – every element is pure emotion and class… I could easily put it on repeat all day long!

The guaranteed floor-filler?

Premiesku – ‘Jojoman’ on 2020 vision. There are a lot of options for this one but from my experience, I know that this one from Premiesku burns every dancefloor! I’ve been playing it for quite a long time now, as I also did a remix of this track, on the same EP, which also works really well on the dancefloor! Have a listen.
 Actually, next month I will be releasing another track from those three guys on my own label. It’s called ‘In My Chek’ with, again, a remix from me!

The last track of the night?

Omar-S – ‘The Shit Baby’. I have several tracks I like to play as my last track but at the moment I’m into this one from Omar-S. I just love the Yamaha CP-1, the bassline and the groove. There is something melancholic that emanates from this track. It’s perfect for the end of night and back home (or an after party), filled with emotion and good memories.

25th September, 2015

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