Sean Cormac presents his Falling Forward Vinyl Only Chart on Juno.
A few word from Sean on his chart.
1. I Can’t Resist You (Franck Roger remix) – DJ Yellow, Yota – basically anything Franck Roger touches seems to turn to gold and this is no exception. The Franck Roger remix is just pure house music filled with tons of texture and pitch-perfect percussion. The dub allows you to prolong the goodness.
2. Passengers (Kerri Chandler mix) – Gabriele Carasco, Rene – another producer who never disappoints. This is some big, lush, Kerri-only type shit. Kerri gives a great original cut a proper once-over while holding on to the root of Gabriele Carasco’s Passengers.
3. Whatever – Johannes Albert, Monosoul – stumbled on this treasure. This quality release covers a lot of territory but it’s “Whatever” is made for sweaty, head-down ass-shaking.
4. Moscow Revenge (Jus-Ed remix) – Andrade – always bewtween somewhere deep, somewhere techno and somewhere good is where you’ll always find Jus-Ed. The simplicity and depth of his music get me every time.
5. Lover 106 (Jordan Peak remix) – Luca Lozano – every single track on here is well produced. I can’t say it’s a big surprise to see Kris Wadsworth on the “Music” remix as it seems like Luca Lozano was using what feel’s like the Wadsworth playbook on both originals. Jordan Peak’s remix of “Lover 106” is killer – it’s got an undeniable, deep techno soul.
6. Snow (Harley & Muscle deep mix) – Ikenga Soul – Harley & Muscle with such a lovely remix. Laid back groove, sexy vocal and float-y melody make this a great record.
7. Love For Sapphire – Onionz – this is a record I can never get enough of – had it for years and just bought a fresh(er) copy. This record always reminds me of some incredible Monday nights on Rivington St at Sapphire. Carlos Santamaria’s “Mondaze” party was an institution. Every Monday you’d find top notch djs like Onionz and Joeski (and way too many more to mention) creating a genuine party atmosphere.
8. Paris Underground Trax – 4 gems. Glad to see this re-released. Consider it a Cliff’s Notes for the 90’s
9. Cabin Fever Trax Vol 28 – Enough percussion for me and some left over for your mom when she rolls over and gets out of my bed. Stop staring at the dj, put your fucking phone away and dance. It’s stuff like this that is the reason why I’ve come to expect so much from the Cabin Fever.
10. Boops Apocalypse – Harvey K Tel – Marlena Shaw’s “Woman Of The Ghetto” gets a blessing. We appreciate ya Harold Jones but you’ve been replaced by some outdoor dread lock rhythms. This is a party record. This is a last record of the nigh record.