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GUEST REVIEWS


TIMO GARCIA In the bag....


NO relation to Hollywood’s Andy Garcia, Brighton-based Timo has become one of the most respected names on the international club scene over the past few years. A tried-and-tested source of tech house ballistics, Timo dropped his ‘Wonderlust Bug’ LP back in 2009 and recorded alongside household names Jerome Sydenham, Ricky Stone and various vocalists during the tail-end of the ‘00s. Continuing to plug away over the past few years, he’s released a string of dancefloor-ready bombs on his own Berwick Street Records, CR2 and Veryverywrongindeed, while also working as a studio


Nolan


Ghetto Bicep EP Connaisseur Recordings


“This is my secret weapon at the moment. The A-side features vocals from the NYC glory days of Paradise Garage and The Loft circa ‘83 with a raw and thumping bassline, which always ignites the dancefloor.”


S.K.A.M.


Pudja Alive Recordings


“Not sure a gig has gone by without me playing this since Alive Recordings sent me the promo of this back in January. Every time it makes me shiver! Sooooo good.”


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engineer for artists in need of his production expertise. However, it’s not until recent months that things have started to re-heat for one of house’s most reliable honchos. With releases recently landed on OFF, Compost, Stealth, Yoshitoshi and Hotfingers, he’s continued to straddle the line between peak-time phonics and deeper, more demure dancefloor grooves, even throwing down more headphone-friendly sounds under his T_Mo guise. “As well as playing big-room vibes in the main rooms of the clubs around the world, I also like to go deep and take things down a notch or two,” he tells DJ Mag USA. “Songs


Andre Crom


Reality/Hypnotizing OFF Recordings


“A massive throwback to the early days of ‘90s clubbing with the A-side sampling Soul II Soul’s ‘Back To Life’, but it’s the killer bass on the Dusky remix that really does it for me!”


Flashmob


Brick House Get Physical Music


“These two Italians are on fire right now with their last two releases on the ever-consistent Get Physical Music. Tough drums lead the way into a drop, with high tension strings and a driving funk vocal before we drop back in with a heavy and infectious bassline.”


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with real melodies, vocals and soul as well as the pure banging uplifting stuff.” As ready and willing to rock an international superclub as he is a small, hip after-hours joint, Timo is one of the most flexible — not to mention experienced — DJs treading the circuit today. “I love the diversity of sounds, the real crossover of styles going on in clubs today,” he explains. “But in particular, the early ‘90s sound, which is making a comeback. It’s what I was into when I first started clubbing and reminds me of the good old days at the Haçienda!”


Emeskay


Morpheus Unrivaled Music


“This really is a killer cut, which samples the late great Gil Scott-Heron in a very erratic and energetic way! I dropped it at Ellui club in Korea and to see a few thousand clubbers go barmy was really quite a buzz!”


Timo Garcia feat Manu Delago The Hang Track Part II (Rupert & Mennert


Imploded Remix) Compost


“Four years on from the release of our Sasha- supported original, it gets the remix treatment by Compost’s Rupert & Mennert. A beautifully crafted remix, stripping the track down to the bare bones.”


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