- Segmento 5 – Reeko
- Hypnotic Regression (Edit-Select Remix) – Mark Broom
- The Surgeon General (No Child Left Behind) – Rrose
- Sliotar (Silent Servent Remix) – Edit-Select
- Punto kokous (Edit Select Remix) – Ness & Rasmus Hedlund
- White Lines – Fabrizio Lapiana
- Diagnostic Imaging – Ness
- Orion – Deepbass
- Asayita 2 – Abdulla Rashim
- Hagagatan – Svreca
- Nil (Schermate Remix) – Deepbass
- Cilindro (Ness Hypno Rework) – George Paar
- Segmento 1 – Reeko
the Ribble Valley (British countryside)
How did you get into DJing?
I’ve always loved music especially from around the age of 17 when I started going to good clubs here in the UK like Gatecrasher, Sankeys, The Attic, The Music Box and Back to Basics.
I always wanted some decks at that age but could never afford them at the time. My friend got a pair of Technics for his 21st birthday, this was the first time I ever had a go at trying to mix but nothing serious. It wasn’t until 3 years ago I got some turntables of my own at which stage I was really into the Deep House sound and that’s what I started mixing with.
What is your preferred method of playing?
Personally I use Technics MK5 1210 turntables & Traktor Scratch Pro and I like both vinyl and digital formats. With so much good music out right now it’s easier on the wallet to buy my music digitally.
I spend a lot of time searching for new music but DJ’ing is just a hobby, I’ve only ever done one gig before and that was last year for a mates birthday. Sadly I don’t get much time to practice because of the neighbours. In the future I’d like to get more time behind the decks, maybe start a night of my own and dabble in some production.