Crosstown Rebels' commander-in-chief empties the contents of his psychic record bag.
The track I always play to rescue a dancefloor
Donna Summer: I Feel Love
There are times when I take people on long, deep, psychedelic journeys with my music, and having a track like this at your disposal is great for rewiring the crowd back to some kind of normality.
The track that currently gets the most rewinds
A Crosstown Rebels classic. When you hear the opening bars, there's nothing you can do but be excited about what follows.
Andre Kraml: Safari
The track I wish I'd signed to my label
One of my favourite records of all time. I play this one out as the last tune at parties where I feel like I've really connected with the crowd.
Chic: I Want Your Love
The track I'd play at my auntie's wedding
Exile: Kiss You All Over (Brennan Green Edit)
Not because I'd like to kiss my auntie all over, but I think she would appreciate this genuine lovers' anthem.
The track that got me out of bed this morning
This is my most played 12" at home in LA. It sits there waiting for me every morning. My puppy and my four cats know not to bother me for their breakfast until the record has finished.
Prince: Purple Rain
The track I wish i'd never played
Some say I should never have played this at half-speed over the top of some eerie sound effects … but you know, life's a gamble and there's no regrets.
Original Cast: Reviewing The Situation (from Oliver! soundtrack)
The best track by my favourite new artist
She's a classically trained musician and opera singer, and her house/techno music production is second to none.
Francesca Lombardo: Sofiel
The ideal festival track
I closed the day with this one at the first Parklife Festival and the place exploded.
Double 99: Ripgroove
The track that should have been a crossover hit
A monster of a record that is so catchy, it deserves to be a global smash hit. I've just had new remixes made of it by Richy Ahmed and Claude VonStroke so we'll see what happens when we re-release it.
Infinity Ink: Infinity
The track I want played at my funeral
Deodato: Also Sprach Zarathustra
It's the track played when Chauncey Gardiner discovers New York City in the film Being There and I think it accurately reflects the drama and fun I've had in my life.