Rockwell – Buss It [Obsolete Medium]
This track has been in every set this summer, it’s been doing damage on every level. It’s a half-time killer that totally changes the energy of the dance when you drop it. People change the way they move – it’s great to see. It’s a game-changer. The half-time vibe has been creating big changes for a dew years now, and it’s sent a strong signal to the scene that it’s here to stay.
Alix Perez – Trinity [1985 Music]
Off-key is the best way I can describe this one. Dirty nasty drop, I like those tracks that leave people wondering what the fuck is happening. Alix has been making a lot of music that has an otherworldly effect.
Nazca Linez – Inland Empire [ThirtyOne Recordings]
This track is a stomper, it tears through the dance. I really like the simplicity of this track – it does everything you want in a roller, it’s great in the mix and takes the crowd on a journey.
Rockwell & The Upbeats – LEVEL [Obsolete Medium]
This one is tearing down the place every time, it's a lot of fun to play and drives everyone crazy. The bassline is heavy, it’s the type of track that makes you screw up your face.
Need For Mirrors – Sticky [Souped Up]
Great track, it moves in a different way. I’m feeling the different step of this one. Need For Mirrors has been creating problems for other producers for a minute now with his creative output and consistency.