From one-offs like 'Gangsters' and 'Jaws Riddim' to his jaw-dropping remix of Akito's 'Metamessage', Irish producer Famous Eno has been behind some of the most indelible underground club anthems of the past few years. Released last week on Swing Ting, his debut EP Music for Clubs is home to six sizzling bangers and features vocals from the likes of Bryte and Killa P.
He's gone down something of a different route for his 8 Tracks selections though."'90s skate vids opened my ears to so much music as a kid", Eno explains. "Here's some of the songs that made a lasting impression. Beware - contains music not for clubs..."
Music for Clubs is out now via Swing Ting, buy it here.
Lead image: Louis Reynolds
John Coltrane - Traneing In
Taken from Mark Gonzales' part in Blind's 'Video Days'. Would've been my first time hearing jazz like this, or maybe any jazz for that matter. I still listen to jazz every morning, and trap after lunch.