8 TRACKS: CLASSIC RECORDS FOR DEEP THOUGHT AND ASTRAL TRAVELLING WITH ANDY HART

A man of fine taste.

8 TRACKS: CLASSIC RECORDS FOR DEEP THOUGHT AND ASTRAL TRAVELLING WITH ANDY HART

A man of fine taste.

Australians are hot property. A wave of musicians have boomed within the world of dance and electronic music as of late, bringing with them a distinct approach to the construction of sound and style. The likes of Tornado Wallace, Francis Inferno Orchestra, Mic Mills and Fantastic Man have blown up. However, one man who has remained a steady and consistent presence behind the wheel is Andy Hart, a producer and disc jockey who has now established himself in Berlin and has collaborated with the likes of Max Graef. His sound is dreamy and groove focussed, not too heavy but built for a party with taste. As the founder of the Voyage Record label he has also released music by the likes of Harvey Sutherland, Urulu and more. The label has just released a new EP from Albrecht La'Brooy this month. We invited the label boss and innovative selector to nominate tracks...


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BASIC CHANNEL - QUADRANT DUB II - 1994

Basic Channel’s Quadrant Dub is easily the most listened to record in my collection, pure perfection. For 20 minutes the record can feel like an endless loop, being soaked into the background as ambience but if you pay attention, it’s incredibly intricate and detailed. It also works on dance floors. I love this record.

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