We've been lucky enough to feature some amazing tracks this past year and there are some, for whatever reason, that we have not been able to get into our shows. So we thought it would be a great idea to highlight our top ten favourite tracks of 2017. Not in any particular order, might we add, but we hope you like them or at least discover something new:
Danny Kane - Feelin Me (feat Jacqui George - Yam Who remix)
Even though it's a low BPM, this track has a groove to it which, for me, seems fresh and has not been replicated by anyone else in the past 12 months (not from what we've heard, anyway). It has great vocals, a great build and that Midnight Riot syle polish, all making it stand out as one of the tracks of the year.
BOSQ: Can't Seem To Hide feat. Megan Doherty
This is our joint favourite vinyl release of 2017. Thankfully for you lucky people, it's also available now on bandcamp: Link here: https://bosq.bandcamp.com/album/cant-seem-to-hide-b-w-take-me-there
This has the feel of a classic summer track which is easy on the ears and spices up any set.
Luke Solomon feat. Queen Rose & Amy Douglas 'Light You Up'
Probably our favourite up-tempo track of the year. With a funky groove that has your foot tapping from the moment needle touches vinyl, it makes you want to move no matter where it's played. It's been a hit every time we've played it and we're sure that will go on long into this year, too.
This vinyl release has all the traits of a track that'd have been on the old Soul Heaven label just a few years ago. It's a slight move away from Omar S' tracks of late, but oh so worth it - especially for the amazing vocals, which make this track one of our favourtite chilled tracks of the year.
Midnight Magic - Sea of Love ( Michael The Lion Remix )
Great track, capping off a fantastic year for The Lion! The melodic piano and vocals drive the track all the way from start to finish. It's a bit of a builder too, which makes it even better, especially for those who really like to get their crowd going!
Listen To Michael the Lions Sneaky Disco mix here:
Atlantic Starr - Circles (Joey Negro Extended Disco Mix)
Joey Negro never disappoints and this remix is no exception; it gives a whole new feel to the original 1982 Atlantic Starr classic. This was released on the remixed 'With Love' EP and the B side was another remix of Chic's 'Everybody Dance'. Not one to shy away form the classics, the rest of the album is pretty special too.
Prospect park – Till You Surrender (Dj Fudge Disco Mix)
Dj Fudge has a way of turning already good tunes into great tracks, by giving them an upbeat and punchy twist. This song was that popular it even featured on a BT Sport advert! :-) Lovely strings throughout the track and a powerful vocal give this a modern disco vibe, making it a must play on the dancefloor.
Dr Packer Corner St Boogie
Dr Packer had a fantastic year and this was our favourite track produced by the DJ. It is produced by Masterworks and is on the Dj's Delight EP 3, which also has a couple of other quality tracks.
Listen to the Dr Packer Sneaky Disco, brought to you by Masterworks Music here (Also Download):
HotMood - Hundreds Of Times
From the amazing Grooves Vol.1 EP, Hotmood's 'Hundred of Times' has a mid-tempo groove which is a headbobbin' fave. Whether played at the start of the set, or even dropped partway through, it always works to get a set popping and it's a fantastically produced track (Like all his work).
Listen to Hotmoods Sneaky Disco here IDowloadable)
Dr Packer - What I Got
Produced brilliantly, great vocals and one that you can't help but sing along to, well, at least for some of the track at least!