August 17, 2022

Darius Sirosian prepares to go under with this selection of music

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It’s always been about home and techno for Darius Sirosian.

After rising to prominence a decade ago, Darius continues to wreak havoc on the world’s dancefloors in 2022.

Having toured the world and ticking every major club and festival on all continents, he is a firm favorite on Ibiza as well.

Their relatively new Moxie Muzik label and party concept, founded in 2019, is also moving strongly after the pandemic.

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Catch Darius back in the UK next Saturday 13 August playing for the East End Dubs and Under with Alisha under the Nene Parkway flyover in Peterborough.

We spoke to him before the show and he talked us through the selection of music that you are likely to hear on his sets. Listen and read what they had to say about the selected music below.

KH – Looking at your pager
aka Fourette, and an outstandingly original piece of electronic music.

James View – Growler
On Seven Dial Records of Seb Jito, a bass heavy peak time growler, it is named

George Smeddles – Festival Track
The absolute monster of a record, from my brother, it would top George and you know what? It’s about time, one of the most underrated DJs/producers out there.

anotr – vertigo
Enotr guys sent me this pre-release from their album and wow this is just a great record and perfect for summer!

Moxie Edits 006 ( Rouleh )
This is my take on the Moxie Edition vinyl only series, a cheeky edit that’s been blowing up the dance floor for me from DC10s to Defected and beyond.

Creech – Untz Untz
At least one for the heads up, totally blew the whereabouts with Jamie Jones in my b2b as well as my solo set in Kalypso.

Dan Steinman – Gotta Go
If you love that deep organ house vibe, then this is for you.

Crackzat – I’ll Be There
A great house record from the super talented Krakazzat, who produce classy after classy production.

Darius Sirosian and George Smedels – Back in the Dance
Well not biased but it’s blowing up basically every single set and I get so many requests for it that I’m not going to leave the gig alive if I don’t play it!

James View – Head Rush

Another one from James View and this is another garage flavored bass heavy stopper.

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