The Croatian techno producer runs us through his all-time favourites, from rave anthems to pioneering electronica.


What’s the first record you ever bought?

Pink Floyd – Dark Side Of The Moon. I first listened to it at friend’s place, and the day after I went into the city and bought the vinyl for myself. This was at a time when I didn’t even have turntables to play it, I just wanted to own a copy.

The first time you remember hearing electronic music?

When I was a child I heard a song on TV. It was the background music in some documentary. Later I found out that it was ‘Chung Kuo’ from Vangelis. Since my early years electronic music has had an impact on me like no other genre.

Your favourite ever record?

LFO – ‘LFO’. This record was on constant repeat when I started going out. At the time I was really into computer music and acid house. This particular song had me hooked. It sounds amazing in a club: massive bass, shimmering strings, 909 beats… just perfect.

The guaranteed floor-filler?

Robert Hood – ‘Drive (The Age Of Automation)’. This one is quite recent, works all the time. There’s something in the ‘cutting’ main lead that just dominates the floor. People are full-on for this one.

The guilty pleasure?

Toto – ‘Africa’. I like this song so much. This is what you get when you have bunch of great instrumentalists playing together.

10th December, 2013

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