For our latest Top 5 Tracks interview, we caught up with KeeQ to see what he is currently digging as his Top 5 Tracks. KeeQ has a load of wicked tracks out at the moment and more to come. His recent release on Adesso Music is groovy too! – LISTEN HERE
Butch – Tease Me
I was a bit late to the party with this one, only discovering this one in the last couple of years. The thing is, well made music stands the test of time, which is certainly the case with this groovy monster. Butch released this in 2010 on Nick Curly & Marc Scholl’s Cecille Records…13 years ago! It still sounds as fresh as it did back then, it is one I consistently play.
Hot Since 82 – Evolve Or Die
Another one that has been around for a while, released in 2017 on Moon Harbour. This mammoth track has been played more than any other by myself during sets, according to my Rekordbox. It’s a slammer that I feel can bridge house and techno in the coolest of ways. A tip of the cap to Hot Since 82 on this one.
Nic Fancuilli – Bye Bye Lover
Fair play to Nic on this one, it is a belter, and has been since its release in 2010. It was released on Nic’s own label Saved Records, a label I am a huge fan of. I have been lucky, and am honoured to have had two releases on Saved. Bye Bye Lover, to me, is about as cool as house gets. Well played, Nic.
Eric Volta – Django
So this is a track I have loved since before it was released in 2010, as Eric sent it to me before Dirtybird released it! I play this all the time, and love it so much I have signed to be re-released as the launch release for my label ‘SneeQ‘. Expect remixes from myself, and another from Jordan Peak. Happy Days.
Stardust – Music Sounds Better With You
I do not think there is much need to said on this one. I have had countless moments, such as seeing Daft Punk play an edit of this classic during their ‘Alive’ tour, and also playing it myself on Brighton Beach warming up for Carl Cox as the sun was setting…..moments.August 7, 2023