Anja Schneider has picked out five tracks that give her that London feel, and remind her of the city’s electronic music scene. Some real bombs in here that have helped to shape our underground.
George Fitzgerald – Every Inch (Deetron Remix)
“This track is totally London to me – I heard it first there. I still play it a lot, not just in London. It combines everything in one, different parties, styles, feeling, everything. I really think this is only happening in this crazy city.”
Seth Troxler – Panic Stop Repeat
“Seth Troxler has to be in my London playlist for sure. He fits so perfectly into this city even though he’s American – it’s a perfect synergy. With his clever humour and powerful self-effacing reflection, he is more British then anyone I know!
His music is always surprising and I’m interested to hear everything he does. London ravers get him totally.”
Sebo K – Moved feat. Prosumer
“Very housey, deep, dark and sad at the end but a happy track, changeable like London itself. Mad bustling city, always on the move, everyone racing to get somewhere, all my London friends moving all the time – this city really never sleeps – backwards and forwards – I love it.”
Maya Jane Coles – Get Away
“This track is how I discovered the lovely Maya – it’s the best thing to come out of London in recent years. I’m really happy she is in this scene with us, she has a great energy and personality – always fresh and excited.“
Ricardo Villalobos / Easy Lee:
“This is all I need to remember the unforgettable marathon nights at fabric with the legend Ricardo. We had the best of times – mind blowing. London can be the centre of the Universe, sometimes it really goes off and it’s crazy!”