For our new series, Alter Ego, we decided to give DJs the opportunity to express the side of their musicality that you rarely see: their Alter Ego
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Once DJs make a name for themselves in a certain type of dance music, it’s easy to forget that their tastes span way beyond the genre that they are known for.
To do this we teamed up with Jägermeister to take a select few DJs to the top of The Orbit. one of London’s most unique buildings, built for the Olympics, with panoramic views of the city.
For the final instalment in the series, we welcomed Stanton Warriors. Known for their break-beat sound, the Stanton Warriors first broke through with their 2001 compilation ‘The Stanton Sessions’ and have since created the breaks remixes of artists like Daft Punk, Fat Boy Slim and Gorillaz.
Dom’s ’90s party’ Alter Ego set included classics like ‘Azzido Da Bass – Dooms Night’, ‘MK – Burning’ and ‘Mr.Reds – Can You Feel It’ which had The Orbit shaking.
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