Multi-talented DJ and producer, Vintage Culture, has played sell-out sets across South America, and headlined events such as Lollapalooza, Tomorrowland, Rock n Rio and more. Having shared stages with Major Lazor, Martin Garrix, DJ Snake and Skrillex, along with hundreds of millions of streams across Spotify, Apple Music and Youtube, Vintage Culture has established himself as one of EDM’s leading acts.
Check out his Top 10 together, alone tracks.
1. New Order – ‘Blue Monday’
“New Order was one of my first influences. Growing up this song was as big inspiration to me and still occasionally makes a cameo in my set list. When I was first beginning to experiment with music as a kid, this was my first remix.”
2. CamelPhat & Jack Bugg – ‘Be Someone’
“CamelPhat never lets us down, and ‘Be Someone’ is no exception. The way they use delicate musical textures combined with superb vocal collaborations is really something special.”
3. Depeche Mode – ‘Enjoy The Silence’
“True legends and pioneers of electronic music. The way Depeche Mode captures both melody and mood is something to which I’ve always aspired. Although the musical textures may come across as sometimes dark, the melodies stay with fans long after the song is over.”
4. Imagine Dragons – ‘Radioactive’
“I’ve remixed this song and it never fails to have the audience singing and jumping. This is one of the highlights of my live shows. ‘Radioactive’ is a total anthem.”
5. Rufus Du Sol – ‘Like An Animal’
“Rufus Du Sol is another electronic act that never fails on melodies. These musicians would be at the top of my list for a collaboration someday. Rufus Du Sol are true musicians and filled with talent.”
6. Vintage Culture & Adam K – ‘Pour Over (Kyle Watson Remix)’
“Our talented friend in South Africa, Kyle Watson created a very unique interpretation of our song, “Pour Over.” Kyle’s version always gets the fans jumping at shows with its driving rhythm and melodic instrumental lines.”
7. Men At Work – ‘Down Under’
“What can I say? This song always puts me in a great mood with its clever lyrics, addictive melody and of course, Colin Hay’s vocal performance.”
8. Vintage Culture & Fancy Inc. – ‘In The Dark’
“In February my collaboration with Fancy Inc. reached Number #1 on the Billboard Dance Club Charts. This was one of my proudest moments and this song is one of the best parts of 2020 for me, so far.”
9. Sofi Tukker – ‘Drinkee (Vintage Culture & Slow Motion! Remix)’
“Sofi Tukker have become allies over the past few years. We’ve even done a show together in Sao Paulo not too long ago. Sofi Tukker have recently remixed one of my songs as well- ‘Deep Inside of Me’. Our remix of ‘Drinkee’ is the song that began our friendship and one of my first international hits.”
10. Vintage Culture, Adam K – ‘Deep Inside Of Me (feat. MKLA)’
“’Deep Inside Of Me’ reunites me with two of my favorite collaborators- Adam K and MKLA. We first worked together on ‘Save Me’. ‘Deep Inside Of Me’ is also accompanied by an animated video which is a four-minute work of art. ‘Deep Inside of Me’ is currently #12 on the Billboard Dance Club Charts – right next to Elton John- so I feel like we’re in very good company these days.”
Vintage Culture’s ‘Deep Inside Of Me ft. MKLA’ is out now via Spinnin’ Records / Warner Music.
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