Berlin-based producer and DJ Ian Pooley has been known for his unique taste for tracks across the dance music spectrum since the early ’90s. As a world-touring DJ and remixer for artists like Daft Punk and Inner City, he’s stamped his peculiar mix of groove-forward house, techno on the electronic music scene.
In the newest episode of our B-Sides series, Pooley digs up five favorite lesser-known records from his collection, highlighting euphoric French house by Nicolas, percussive grooves from Fred Everything and tripped-out acid from Vanessa Evelyn.
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