Since 2009, the UK DJ and producer Huxley has been laying down sensational house music for the masses. A staple of Aus Music’s essential dance floor output, Huxley has also released numerous singles and EPs on distinguished labels like 20:20 Vision, Defected, Last Night On Earth, Relief, Hypercolour and Tsuba Recordings.
In 2017, Huxley continues to hold down his solid Rinse.FM residency while simultaneously introducing two new monikers, Hux and Martinet, to assist in broadening his sonic purview.
Ahead of his first performance of the upcoming new year, set to take place in the enchanting jungles of Costa Rica during Ocaso Festival, Huxley has picked out ten of his current favorite tracks for all to enjoy.
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Brett Gould & Shyam P 'Believe'
"I think I’ve been playing this track for the last six months! I love this record!"
Harry Romero 'Revolt'
"Proper house music and I love the tribal vibe to it too."
Thee J Johanz 'R U There?'
"The lead on this record is so big. Every time I've played this it's so different but the reaction is always wicked."
Rino Cerrone 'Untitled' (Rilis 05 A1)
"Again, some tribal vibes! Old, but I only discovered it this year. I love everything this guy has done."
Will Clarke & BOT 'Techno (Not Techno)'
"I had to give a spot to Will this year as he's been on fire. This tune and the Solardo remix have both been doing damage for me!"
The Deepshakerz 'Round & Round'
"US garage vibes on this one, these guys are class."
Marlena Shaw 'Women of the Ghetto' (Catz 'n Dogz Remix)
"This tune jacks! A classic vocal and an awesome groove to this one, I play it every set."
Enzo Siragusa & Archie Hamilton 'Ricochet'
"Pure garage vibes here. Garage bassline with techy/minimal beats, love it."
"I’m really proud of this one. I've been wanting to get on Moon Harbour for years and I'm very happy to have finally done it (the track is cool too)!"
Tom Demac 'Sink Or Swim'
"Tom back to his best, this record is large in every way! Big."
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