The record you’re proudest of?

Well I guess I love ‘Ronin” from Golden Age Thinking Part One and I think it stands out on the LP, but another track that I hold dear to my heart that I have been involved in is ‘Butterfly Bee’ on Four:Twenty which has a more raw vibe and I think doesn’t sound like anything else. I hardly ever hear DJs play it but that’s not the point; as a piece of music I’m very proud of it.

The guilty pleasure?

Well I don’t feel in the slightest bit guilty for it but I love a lot of 80s popular soul. Alexander O’Neal and Cherelle’s ‘Saturday Love’ could be a perfect example! Pop music had soul and sincerity then and some amazing big production.

The future classic?

The hugely talented French techno producer Marcelus, who has released on Deeply Rooted and Tresor, comes up trumps with this killer atmospheric techno cut that could have been made in 1991 or in 2020. I can guarantee this will still sound fantastic in 20 years. Just stunning, beautiful, atmospheric techno.


Two Armadillos’ Golden Age Thinking Part 4 EP is out now on vinyl, and the Golden Age Thinking LP will be released digitally in mid July. Find Giles on Facebook and Soundcloud.

26th June, 2013


  • The Sunday Brunch track is great. Love that and all the early Persuader stuff on Svek. In all the deep house reissue madness Svek seem to have gotten overlooked which is a shame becuase it was such a great label.


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