Many thanks to the good people at Hytky for inviting me to deejay at the Rytmikaravaani festival. I had the opportunity to play some of my favorite songs very loud, show some photographs from America, and I had a ball. Most of all, thanks to the encouraging people who danced around and whistled and waved. Here’s a recording of the evening’s set:
00. AM Radio Scan
01. Dungen – Fredag
02. Moodymann – J.A.N.
03. Ben Klock – OK
04. Hot Natured – Electric Jones
05. 40 Thieves – Don’t Turn It Off (Brennan Green Mix)
06. Soul Clap – Womack & Womack ‘Conscious’ Edit
07. Dapayk Solo – Hollis
08. Staffan Linzatti – Quibble
09. Agaric – Goose Step
10. Max Mohr – Can We Get This?
11. Atomly – Crave
12. Maayan Nidam – Tengo
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