DJ Doctor Jane reveals her top five dance tracks at the moment. You can catch her playing at Schmutzig this Friday night at Phoenix, Earthcore parties, plus a number of gigs in the 2005 Mardi Gras season.
FLASHDANCE(David Guetta’s F#*k Me I’m Famous Remix)
This track has been storming the clubs for a while now and the remixes have given it new life. This remix by David Guetta is the duck’s nuts for me right now. He keeps the fantastic female vocal intact but adds a huge amount of punch with a massive electro-rock line. This track gets a reaction whenever I play it.
A bouncy breaks track with a punchy electro bass line through it. Pilgrem’s use of the breakdown and subsequent build-up really sets this track apart and it certainly connects with the floor. It slots equally well into an electro or techno set and always gets people jumping. I love it.
This is a bootleg of Black Sabbath’s Paranoid which utilises the original guitar riff and Ozzy Osbourne’s vocals to full effect. I hunted this down in Germany last year after hearing it played in a club in Cologne and it has become one of my all-time favourites. I love seeing people’s reaction when I drop it into a set.
LEATHERSEX (Paul Lancaster’s Wipe Clean Mix)
Thrill Kill Kult
This is the sleaziest, sexiest track I’ve heard in ages. It has a deep, grinding bass line that really makes you want to grab that special someone’s hips and get hot and sweaty. A sexy spoken vocal slips in and out of the track. Certainly a late-night tune.
This track is definitely one of the best examples of electro-breaks to come out this year. Something about the fullness of the synth sound always appeals to the dance floor, and since it also uses the riff from Depeche Mode’s Master And Servant in the breakdown it has definite cross-over appeal.