Behind every great promoter are great residents. With the EDM-ification of dance music this important fact has been lost behind the fixation on the headliner, but any party worth its salt will have trusted selectors to call upon, week-in week-out, to keep things moving either side of the headliner. For the Warehouse Project, this responsibility falls on the shoulders of Krysko and Greg Lord. As the new Warehouse Project season approaches, get to know its two most consistent elements a little closer, through a selection of tracks that they hold dear.
Depending on the vibe, I play this record at every opportunity. At both Parklife and Secret Solstice in Iceland Greg and I played b2b early doors, so this was played. His best ever remix by a long shot.
You can get away with playing this at anytime and place. An absolute beast of an acid record with fantastic vocals. With the album coming soon as well, expect a masterpiece.
3. Palms Trax – Equation
Original sounding Detroit cut out of Berlin (surprise surprise). A proper fist pumber.
4. The It – Donnie (Ron Hardy Mix)
Does it, everytime. All mixes are ace but Ron Hardy perfects it. A new, remastered release on Alleviated as well. Full fat.
5. Grey People – Welcome To My Chevy
Simple, abbrasive and sounds fucking ace eveytime.
6. 69 – Sub Seducer
“I am the Subliminal Seducer”, he says, as you wonder what that tingle was. One serving of grungy, seedy smut to kick your night off.
7. Rampa – AY
I’ve been using this to switch the tempo and energy early doors all year.
8. Crime – Rhythm Graffiti (DJ Harvey re-edit)
You’ve got to wait a long time for the drop, this builds and builds, by the time the baseline and vocal kicks, you’ve made a right mess of the floor with sticky acid house jizz.
9. Fix – From the Ghetto
Played this before Dave Clarke, in one of our favourite B2B sessions last year at The Warehouse Project, timeless tech funk.
10. The Martian – Particle Shower
If you look in the dictionary for ‘Fucking Bad Boy’, there’s a youtube video of this Red Planet record.