wAFF has cemented his place as a key resident of Jamie Jones’ Paradise party this year, spinning through summer at DC10.
Below, he’s rounded up his biggest tracks of the year for the Hot Creations party.
Paradise hits Printworks this weekend (Saturday 25th November) with a line-up that includes Jamie Jones and wAFF, as well as Loco Dice, Richy Ahmed, Latmun and more.
Check out wAFF’s biggest Paradise bangers from 2017 below.
‘Get Em Up’
Play To Win
“This tune is just wicked, it never fails to get the crowd going. I really like the the shuffling beat and how it builds and then drops.”
Alberto D'meo and Gustavo Dominguez
“I‘ve been playing this tune for most the summer. I just love everything about it.”
Caal & Baum
“This tune is a great Terrace tune. It’s always booted off and had mint reactions everytime I play it.”
Mark Jenkyns feat. Mizbee
“Absolute belter of a tune from a really good mate of mine. The vocal is wicked and the drop, especially the final one, just boots off.”
“This is old and it used to be one of my favourites. I forgot about it for quite a long time, but then it surfaced again and I’ve been playing it loads this summer. Its just mint and has great memories connected to it for me.”
“This its actually by a friend of mine, Archie Hamilton, but he released it vinyl only as an unknown artist. Ever since I first heard it, it’s always stood out. The acid riff that goes all the way through hooks me, then once the vocal comes in, that was it!!!”
“This is well good on a decent system, perfect for late on in a set when you wanna start taking it darker and heavier.”
Play It Say It
“All you need to do is listen to this tune and you’ll know why I’ve been smashing it out. It’s bad boy and sounds quality on a decent system.”
“Premiesku are one of my favourite producers for the deeper minimal sound. This tune is so nice to listen to and sounds well good on a system. It’s groovy and I love anything with a groove.”
“This is one of my favourite tunes of all time. I stopped playing it for a few years but it surfaced recently so I’ve been playing this out loads, usually closing my sets. It’s wicked techno but deep too. Everything about this is what I love in a tune.”
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