Playlist | Chris Lake Picks His The Classic Tracks He’s Still Got On Repeat
Get weekend-ready with the Brit producer's picks from Tiga, Oxia, Armand van Helden and more!
Right now Brit DJ/producer and remixer to the stars Chris Lake is Stateside, having the time of life and playing Breakaway Music Festival this Friday alongside Migos, Halsey, Khalid, Kaskade and more. Ahead of his appearance there, Chris has put together a Top 10 playlist of his all time faves this summer featuring everyone from Eats Everything to Prince. Check out his choices below!
Prince - 'FUNKNROLL' (Chris Lake Edit)
"This has been a secret weapon of mine for a while now. I made it a few years back before he passed and the crowd hits the roof when I drop it."
Renald Cohen - 'Suddenly Funk'
"This track is all about the suspense and surprise when the epic washed-out, filtered disco build drops suddenly to a dry, funky, swaggy funk beat. Super effective."
DJ PP - 'Miami Vice'
"I’ve played this track at so many events around the world. Fun to mix and simple. Makes your body shake."
Uffie Ft. Pharell Williams - 'ADD SUV' (Armand Van Helden Remix)
"I’ve been dropping this a lot lately again at festivals. Armand’s mixes always stand the test of time and this one is no exception. It sounds huge still."
Tiga - 'Mind Dimension 2'
"Stunning track. I wish it was mine."
Claude VonStroke - 'Who’s Afraid of Detroit'
"One of his oldest tracks but definitely one of his best. It has a super unique vibe that nobody to this day has really come close to IMO."
Oxia - 'Domino'
"Sick, sick, sick, sick, sick techno vibes that I just can’t get enough of!"
Jan Driver - 'Gain Reaction'
"This tune is just completely off the chain. I always drop this when I play B2B with people as it creates a pure WTF moment!"
Youri Donatz & Franky Rizardo - 'I Like This Sound'
"Franky has been on a tear the past two years with his latest productions, but it’s one of his old ones that’s still left the biggest mark on me. It’s so noodley and textured and catches people off guard when I play it (in a good way)."
Eats Everything vs Tiga & Audion - 'Dancing (Again)'
"WEAPON! Iconic vocal and all the producers involved are top notch. I love it!"