By now, it's no secret that San Diego's bi-annual CRSSD Festival is a congregation of elite talents of the underground realm. This upcoming Spring edition - the first of 2018 - is no different, with headliners like Sasha, Eric Prydz as Cirez D, Nicole Moudaber, Empire of the Sun and Gorgon City set to play at the beachside festival.
On the line-up as well is the Mexico-based, UK native Man Power. The Me Me Me Records boss is an international selector at his best, tackling anything from house and techno to blissed Balearic sounds and post-punk tones within his diverse sets.
His upcoming at CRSSD will be no different and it's one to keep on your "must-see" list. Ahead of the show, he's handed over 10 of his top tunes to prepare you for the memorable set. Find CRSSD tickets and information here and check out Man Power's latest EP release called 'Apologue' on DGTL here.
New Young Pony Club ‘Ice Cream’ (DJ Medhi Remix)
"The decision to make this remix a more old school house / electro remix seems less crazy 10 years later than it did at the time. It's very worthy of rediscovery now."
Peace Division ‘Eh Oh Um’
"Solid workmanlike house that belies a real subtlety of arrangement and technical wizardry."
Derrick Carter ‘End Ef The Line (Got Change For A $20?)’
"One of about two million overlooked masterpieces from the Chicago maestro."
Lupo ‘Hell Or Heaven
"Proving DJ Hell's Gigalo label was always about a lot more than electro clash."
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