Back in Paris for wild Christmas

On the roof in Paris.

Caring means sharing and I care for you, my party animals. So I have decide to give you a wild Christmas. First, up on the right there's a player. It's for you, listen to it as you read this post. Now go push play and get hyped>
Second I'm gifting you 4 songs which haven't been available untill now but you've danced to them at my shows. To get the songs go here.

Y-mas song - we wish you a fast christmas this year. Gabber and x-mas go hand in hand don't they. Download it and add it on your X-mas playlist to give the party the needed extra energy. The lyrics are quite controversial.

Overdoze Winsky - was the first song I produced in Paris. It was 2008 in a small 8th floor studio. No elevator meant a good workout. Sharing the tiny apartment of 16 m2 with a girl, eating croissants and drinking cafe au lait. The Parisians, wine and autumn inspired this mellow gabber house. The title references the Finnish childrens book called the Crosstown Vinski which talks about a young boy who buys some magic powder from the pharmacist which makes him invisible and able to walk through walls. The majority of readers agrees that it's probably cocaine. In the book the chemist left and poor Vinski was cut off. In reality they found 50 kilos of cocaine in Tallinn today. Vinski would be happy to get some of that.

James Brown is drunk - was also produced in Paris. Inspired by the video about James Brown being drunk on tv, talking about shooting his wifes car and refusing to leave the screen. I woke up in my Paris studio(13 m2) one day and found a girl and a friend staying there with me. I made my way through the empty champagne bottles and imagine my amazement when I saw the video. I knew I had to make a track out of it and so I did. It also samples LA style - James Brown is dead and Bloody beetroots - i am not drunk.

Completely talentless - driven by frustration and produced in Paris in 2009. Still in my small studio and trying to express the emotion of the big city frustration in music. Metro at Barbès - Rochechouart with all the Africans, Moroccans and junkies. Crossing the crowded street with a big pink Tati shop on the other side. Imagine all that while listening to this track. At first I attempted to make the cheesiest track ever complete with ironic lyrics. I used the dog howl as a synth and from there it went towards breakcore. Me singing the original lyrics. Now you can come up to me and say: "You're the Completely talentless guy."

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