With Simon Doty’s new ‘Crossfaded’ single out this week on Rhetorical, we take a look at his favourite tracks of the moment in the latest edition of What’s In Your Box?
1. Mattheis – Swell [Nous’klaer Audio]
One of my favourite producers hands down. This track has the perfect vibe for me, tough and driving but spacey and emotional at the same time.
2. Trikk – Deviation 33 [Man Make Music]
A very simple track but raw and tough, love this one
3. Denis Horvat – Apart [Aeon]
A very intelligent track that subtly evolves from start to finish and takes you on a bit of a journey in the process.
4. Oliver Huntemann – Pech
One of my all time favourite producers , this one absolutely blows the roof off. One of those tracks that has elements of techno, progressive and house all wrapped up into one great track.
5. Nick Devon – Metis [Steyoyoke Black]
An atmospheric track with a ton of subtly evolving textures while also maintaining a groove and feel for the dance floors.
6. Dubspeeka – Outland 1.2 (Dubspeeka Mawgan Mix)
Big fan of dubspeeka’s tracks. Always does a great job of combining rugged techno grooves with melodic breakdowns. This track is no exception.
7. Maxime Dangles – Fokus [Break New Soil]
Break new soil is an underrated label for me and I’m constantly finding music that I love on there. This track is great for when I want to play something a bit faster but still maintain the melodic feel.
8. Simon Doty – Vision of Confluence (Ramon Tapia Remix) [Rhetorical]
Ramon Tapia’s remix is dark and driving along the lines of his recent Bedrock release which I also loved. This one does some damage.
9. Simon Doty – Crossfaded (Petar Dundov Remix) [Rhetorical]
A great mix from one of my favourites Petar Dundov. He has a unique sound and style and he brought that to the table once again with this remix. One of those tracks that works in many different situations as a DJ.
10.Simon Doty – Vision of Confluence [Rhetorical]
Made to be a space themed intro for my DJ sets. Always sets the table nicely for me.
‘Crossfaded’ is out now on Rhetorical, you can purchase the release: here