Welcome to the Cookie-Dough Guest mix where we invite some of favourite DJ / Producers to answer a few questions and dig deep into their collections and put together a mix of their favourite records.
For this episode we have invited Dutch DJ and production duo Ana Prentice to spin some of the records that have influenced them over the years.
1. 2N – Cloudface
2. Dans La Nuit – Borrowed Identity
3. Drums of Death (ft. Labuzinski) – Max Graef
4. Act Funny – Atsushi Yano
5. Jazz Funk Freedom – Ron Trent
6. One For Frankie – Kid Sublime
7. The Fever – Brame & Hamo
8. She’s Gotta Have It – Deep House Providers
9. Greenthumb – Hamo
10. Massage Situation – Flying Lotus
11. Rico Suave Bossa Nova – Jay Dee/J Dilla
12. We Run Things – Andres
13. Standard – Pete Rock
14. Whem Im Gone – The Jones Girls
15. Tell Them (Vinyl Master) – Frank Booker
16. La Jeunesse Retrouvee – Kartell
17. Night Over Egypt (Ana Prentice Edit) – The Jones Girls
Q&A: What was the first record you bought that made you realise that you wanted to be a DJ / Producer?
Gui Boratto – Chromophobia (Album)
What record makes you most nostalgic?
Jamiroquai – Travelling Without Moving
What is your favourite end of night record?
Metro Area – Miura
Do you have a guilty pleasure record?
Stardust – Music Sounds Better With You
What is your most treasured piece of vinyl?
Most of the records I have are treasures, although some of them don’t cost a thing. Many records that are perceived as “treasured” are now worth less due to the volume of copies that exist. I tend to appreciate the uniqueness of a record that has a limited edition print, adding that extra exclusivity. My entire record collection is one big treasure chest, but If I had to pick one its the 2003 album on Carl Craig’s Planet E imprint called; ‘Detroit Experiment’. In my opinion one of the best records in the past decade, called ‘Think Twice’.