1. Kiki Kyte - Disco Chick
2. GIOVANNI DAMICO - Look At You (Sugar Bomb)
3. BERTRAND BURGALAT/YUKSEK - Icare (Yuksek remix)
4. Benjamin Ferreira - What U Will
5. DJ KOZE - Pick Up
6. DEELICIOUS- Sexy Cream
7. PHIL WEEKS - That House Groove
8. Jamie 326 & Masalo - Testify
9. CHEWY RUBS - The Game (original mix)
10. GIOVANNI DAMICO - Essential
11. The High Fidelity - Ithanku (Hifi Sean & Yam Who? dub)
Derek Kaye Tracklist:
1.Julian Sanza &Andre Espeut- Perfect System (Sare Havlicek dub)
2.Subvader - Each Time We Touch
3.Peech Boys - Don’t Make Me Wait
4.Full Intention - Night Of Life ( Dr Packer Remix)
5.Saison - Moody Blues
6.Soup Dragons - I’m Free (Yam Who? & Alan Dixon mix)
7.Sophie Lloyd - Calling Out
8.George Duke - Brazillian Love Affair (Derek Kaye mix)
9.Aroop Roy - Reason To Dance
10.Astronaut Edits - Ipkiss
11.Andy Buchan - Spectral ( dr Packer Acid Mix)
12.Space - Magi Fly (Greg Wilson & Peza remix)
North-West England, UK DJ Derek Kaye married his schoolboy passions of music and electronics in 1973 when he constructed his first disco sound system, aged just 13.
Prior to this, with DJ equipment something of a rarity in those days, he created a custom setup that bypassed the need for a mixer by rewiring his turntables in such a way that he could flip the sound from one deck to another, and installed a switch that would dip the music so a microphone from a portable cassette player could be used to announce the song on rotation.
His work soon grew in sophistication and a new console was built, with his schoolmate, Greg Wilson, buying Derek’s old rig, thus beginning his own well-documented DJ career.
Over the past 40 years, Derek has continued to DJ in and around the North West, both in residencies and guest spots, and his passion for music and electronics are still just as strong. His enviable studio has gone through the transitions of working with notator (the forerunner to logic) on the studio essential Atari 1040 ste with a collection of keyboards and Akai samplers, to just about “working out of the box” as is the case with a lot of studios now.