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Claptone

Ahead of his masquerade ball at Ministry of Sound this Friday, Gallery headliner, Claptone, chooses his top five tracks of the moment.
 

Ahead of his masquerade ball at Ministry of Sound this Friday, Gallery headliner, Claptone, chooses his top five tracks of the moment


We're doing something a bit special this weekend, we're throwing a one-off masquerade ball in honour of shadowy dance maverick, Claptone. Limited edition venetian masks will be given out on the night, or if you want to get creative - make your own and we'll award the wearer of the best mask with a VIP table upgrade and free champagne on the night. And to give you an idea of the tunes you'll be listening to whilst sipping away on your free champers, here's Claptone with his top five tracks


Claptone - "The Music Got Me"

Claptone: Inspired by the golden age of 80’s New York nightlife and envisioned for a future scene. Happy to win Pete Tong’s Miami Essential New Tune and to see support from DJs and fans all over the world.


Dauwd - "Jupiter George"

The sunshine spaced out disco feeling that practically shimmers like the heat from an Ibiza horizon. Tune out with Jupiter George. 


Chuva Speaks Arab - "Reckless Girl"

Channeling the washed out blues and roots of the Deep South with a swing to make the moon cry tears of joy. 


DJ Roland Clark, Paul C & Paolo Martini - "Take Some House" (Riva Starr Edit) 

Claptone’s friend and nocturnal conspirator Riva Starr helps me to make twists that sound unique. 


Gregory Porter - "Liquid Spirit" (Claptone Remix)

Grammy Award winning Jazz hero Gregory Porter steps lightly onto the global dance floor with our help and the magic happens. So happy to see how well received my remix has been all over the world as I put my soul into this smokey vibe.


Claptone will be headlining the masquerade ball on Friday 24th April, get your tickets here.


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Written by The Gallery

21 Apr 2015