Her Majesty and I had the great pleasure of contributing a chart to the ever glossy and gorgeous QX Magazine this week. Alongside the tunes that are rocking our world this Gay Brighton Dance Weekend. Check out our camp mugs and an even more camp Q&A with me and the missus here.
As for the chart – you know how its. A weekend worth of tunes distilled in to ten. Enjoy.
Kate Wildblood and Queen Josephine Wild Fruit Chart
1. Ash Roy ‘Voco’ (Original Mix) Sorry Shoes
Rocket fuelled tech house that makes our souls soar.
2. Frank Valon feat Wladi ‘The Rebel’ (Original Mix) Discotech
Anthem action that ensures we thank god we are rebels.
3. Tensnake ‘Something About You’ (Original Mix) Mirau Music
Old skool meets nu skool house that just makes you want to dance.
4. The Sharp Boys ‘Dansen’ (Hifi Sean Remix) Selekted Music
Hifi Sean and the Sharp Boys. Nobody does it better. End of.
5. Schraub Lorenz ‘French Monkey’ (Mickoskisalee Remix) Catnum
Deep and gorgeous stunner that enhances any late night seaside action.
6. DJ Meri feat Eva K ‘Warmer Days’ (Spin Science Remix) Liquatech
When house meets dubstep we cannot resist its masterful pull towards the dancefloor.
7.Rita Campbell Vs. Sam Young ‘Runaway Love’ (Prok & Fitch Remix) Floorplay
Local heroes Prok & Fitch deliver a Pride dancefloor bomb destined for proud greatness.
8. Ellesse ‘Thought About It’ (Original Mix) Kaluki Music
Acid touches and deft melodies make this a guaranteed hip shaker.
9. Mark Castley ‘JLC’ (Original Mix) Muchiqrecords
A very insistent piece of techy grooviness.
10. Sean Biddle ‘I’ll Do Anything’ (Original Mix) Nocturnal Recordings
Disco delivering delight that always makes the crowds move.
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