is the king of edit. Even if other DJs master this trendy art of cutting and slicing up old hits much better than the Parisian, it is him, Cédric Marszweski, who can claim one of his edits («Beggin’» by Franki Valli & The Four Seasons) to be featured in a TV commercial by Adidas. He is also one half of Discodeine.
I’d love to say «Back To School» by Bunny Wailer. But if I'm honest it's probably more a Dexys Midnight Runners song...
I was always more into The Kinks or The Byrds. Maybe I’m snob...
In the 90's in London. A bit sonic, «ears were bleeding, walls were shaking».
At the end of the day: everything involving lyrics about waving wet towels in the air.
I often get depressed thinking of Chinese Eurodance, but also by people trying hard to sound cool and honest when everyone sees it's not the case. In this regard, the latest Kanye West LP actually depresses me a lot.
I love any songs if I feel a good chemistry with a lady.
A best of Ennio Morricone western soundtracks my dad used to listen to at home. Also some Beatles (from the «White Album»), and of course the inevitable Imagination LP «Body Talk».
While eating a giant Marrocan Couscous.
The last minute of Srawberry Letter 23 makes me really emotional. Black Sabbath’s «Black Sabbath» for different reasons.
The perfect song to end up a night when everyone's wasted and want a Daft Punk song. Only the people who came down for the right reasons, will stay.
I remember hiding in the supermarket's alleys to scare my parents until they finally agreed to buy me a 45... good old days!
I don't use songs as a ringtone. I like the idea of the «vibrator only thing».
The 30 second intro track looped til it lasts 1.30 hours.
And The Beach Boys, Ennio Morricone, The Supremes. Well, everything intense with an extreme edge to it, (and strings...).