RA DJ Charts: Darzh Liebek May 2010

The last post mentioned that there are some sweet tracks out at the moment.  To elaborate on that here is my rather eclectic DJ chart from Resident Advisor.

Darzh Liebek May 2010 Chart

The Nalin & Kane – Beachball track has been doing really well (only beaten to the number one spot on Beatport by Swedish House Mafia – One, unsurprisingly) and the feature we put up got a lot of hits.  To me it represents a really well balanced house track: plenty of understated groove, intricate sounds and a great summer vibe in the melodic breakdown.

My number one spot goes to a great update of Pryda – RYMD, another excellent builder of a track (see the previous post!).  Also included are a couple of more disco house tracks, including a cheeky remake of a 70’s classic by S.N.U.S. that you might have been lucky enough to hear previewed at WMC.

Mirko Loko is a hot producer at the moment. Such lush sounds and incredible basses.  His understated, hypnotic Monologue d’Orfeu works great in the mix – I recently put it in my Breg Sunrise Mix where it sings along perfectly with a Pezzner remix of Colette – Think You Want It.

More big room house tracks include Michael Woods’ remix of The Gift, my remix of the deep house track Salsafy by Elliot Wright, and Crackerjack’s sterling take on my Too Far track – picked up by Tiesto and some of the other Top 20 DJs.

I’ve decided to leave you in the very capable hands of Mirko Loko.  If you think the bass sounds sweet on this clip you should get to the stores and grab a high quality copy.  Perfect.


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