Golden Features picks his Top 5 favourite dance tunes of all time

music news 01/08/2018

Have you ever wanted to know what you're favourite DJs and producers absolutely favourite tunes ever are? Well.

In celebration of his album SECT coming out, Golden Features has paid homage to some of his EDM inspirations over the years by giving a shout out to some of what he believes to be the best tracks of all time.

He has put together his Top 5 FAVE tunes from his homeland of Australia are and woweee they are good!

#5. Bag Raiders — ‘Shooting Stars’

"This song holds such a special place in my heart. I was so lucky when I started DJing that I was surrounded by some incredibly supportive guys. They would throw these wild parties down at Bronte beach and I’d come down and DJ.

This song would get played four to five times on those nights, and people would lose their minds. Makes me smile whenever I hear it."

#4. Flume — ‘Holdin On’

"Everything changed after Flume’s debut album. And this song is the cornerstone of it for me.

It was incredibly inspiring to see somebody go against the grain, carve their own path and thrive. Since then everybody has tried to emulate him but nobody can quite capture what he does. Everybody needs to get their teeth out of Flume."

#3. Peking Duk — ‘High’

"It was hard to pick one particular song from the Duk’s — there’s just way too many burners. This song just reminds of how good music can get when people as talented as Adam and Rueben lock onto an emotion.

I don’t think there’s a soul on this planet who can write better hooks than these guys."

#2. RÜFÜS — ‘Innerbloom’

"‘Innerbloom’ is a masterpiece. I’ve really got no words to describe it. Anybody who’s heard it already knows, it’s just special."

#1. The Presets — ‘This Boy’s In love’

"Apocalypso was one of my introductions to dance music. I got a fake ID at 16 purely to see the Presets play Shore Thing at Bondi on New Year’s Eve.

I remember having anxiety for weeks leading up to the event from the fear that I might still not get in. That show set me on the path that I’m still on today. When ‘This Boy’s In Love’ came on, it was all over.

Maybe my favourite song of all time."

Sourced from Junkee.