Kyle E is fast emerging as one of London’s hottest DJ/Producer talents getting the thumbs up from various influential scene makers. Spring-boarding from such a solid debut and his weekly Egg London residency, Kyle is the musical ambassador for Egg London and the venues What came first label. Unwilling to be pigeon-holed and ready to turn his hand to all kinds of electronic music in the studio and on the decks. Here is 10 tracks representing the spirit of Egg London, as selected by the Resident DJ of Egg London.
‘Dream Of Evan And Chan’ Superpitcher Kompakt Remix – Dntel
A thoughtful melodic tune, one of the Kompakt classics that’s usually played in the early hours of Sunday morning.
‘Deeper Love’ Soul Capsule’s Ghetto Mix – Portable
Old school experimental beats with haunting vocals.
‘Camargue’ – CJ Bolland
Classic R&S track and 90’s Euphoric Beats at their best. A classic with the staff and on the dance floor.
‘Mr Terry Meets Mr Fingers’ – The Prince And The Wizard
Atmospheric New York House – sublime. A reminder of the summer months when the garden room is open air.
‘Back to 80’ – Manu Gonzales
Funky track with old school flavours for the hands in the air crew and released on our own label What Came First.
‘Like A Child’ Carl Craig Remix – Junior Boys
Trippy House re work by the Detroit Legend Carl Craig perfect to start or end a set with and works in any room at the club.
‘No Resistance’ – Sunday Brunch
Electronica with New Romantic Silky vocals that reminds me of the basement room at egg London
‘Transformation’ – Guido Schnieder
Germanic minimal spaced out house from a good friend of the club. Perfectly fits the sound of the middle floor.
‘Lost In Music’ – Sister Sledge
Disco Classic which epitomizes the sound of 70s New York, perfect for the loft room!
‘Oldschool Baby’ Piano Mix – Westbam & Nena
Old School Piano track from 90s Berlin Housemeister Westbam. Played by many at the club and was also included one of the unforgettable Keinemusik sets in winter 2016.