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“In a now long forgotten world, many generations ago, a bird like shape emerged from wooded darkness…” So begins Claptone‘s biography. While the Berlin producer is clearly not afraid of a good backstory, we’re more concerned with the contents of his record bag and thankfully his Mix of the Day doesn’t fall short. A selection of snappy, deep-inclined house music with piano-flourishes that like his own Beatport-topping “Cream” is concerned primarily with making the dancefloor go off.

01. Amine Edge – Yeah [Alola Records]
02. Dirty Minds – I’m For Pleasure (Claptone Remix) [Eskimo]
03. Claptone – Another Night [Exploited]
04. Kevin Over – Hood Funk [Noir Music]
05. Mercury – Born Happy [Gomma]
06. Round Table Knights – So Good [OFF]
07. Claptone – Wrong [Exploited]
08. Suptil – Doin’t It [weplayminimal]
09. Tyson – Mr Rain (Claptone Dub) [Back Yard]
10. Claptone – No Eyes

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