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 Geordie DJ and producer Kaayli Williams (aka Voodoo Whiskey) to serve up some of his favourite ‘beat down’ joints.
With releases on Editorial, Chopshop, Undercover Operations, Midnight Riot and Sound Exhibitions this guy knows his onions.
Ste & Terser
1. Mannmademusic – Rough times
2. Toby Tobias – Domenic
3. Dices – Nothing is over
4. Lexx – Serenity
5. Luvless – Down with you baby
6. Andy hart – Jasmine
7. NY*AK – Inside
8. Riccio – Flute
9. Thatmanmonkz – Blowin my mind
10. Andy hart – Dreams on kepler
11. Ben sun & Mic Newman – Fall upon you
12. Stupid human – Gang of wolves
13. Andy hart – love technology
Q&A What was the first record you bought that made you realise that you wanted to be a DJ?
I don’t think there was ever one specific record that made me want to DJ / Produce music. The first music i really got into was jungle / drum and bass. I used to listen to a lot of mixes by LTJ Bukem and it was from listening to them mixes i knew that’s what i wanted to do.
What record makes you most nostalgic?
Again its probably something from an LTJ Bukem mix tape like ”Seba and Lotek – Sonic winds”. That track always make me feel nostalgic as it was on one of the first mixes i got. I could list another 100 more. I still listen to some of them mixes now from time to time and they always bring back great memories.
What is your favourite end of night record?
Back to the present now. “Waldemar schwartz – la taza de oro” A wonderful happy piece of music to end the night with.
Do you have a guilty pleasure record?
I don’t think i own a guilty pleasure record but i do have a few that i could list. Kevin Little – turn me on. This was on the radio a few days ago, That’s why its came to mind. Not because its on my playlist or anything..
What is your most treasured piece of vinyl?
I really don’t think i have one, pretty boring but each and every record in my collection means a lot to me.