Give us one good reason why you wouldn't download Ministry of Sound LIVE
With eight channels to suit every mood available at the tap of a button, all you need to do is sit down and decide what you fancy- let us do the rest of the work. Just like a regular streaming app really, just without the effort, or money.
To celebrate the launch of our glorious new (and did we mention entirely FREE) app, every day you're going to get a teeny tiny selection of the sort of music available on each station. To kick off, these are just a mere flavour of what the esteemed Anthems playlist provides.
Alex Gaudino ft Crystal Water - "Destination Calabria"
The minute those horns drop we dare you not to lose your shit, even if you’re sitting at your desk with a pair of headphones on. A favourite of Ibiza Fairy Godmother The Lovely Laura and a sure favourite of ours too.
Armand Van Helden - "You Don't Know Me"
WHY DO YOU JUDGE MY LIFE? Little does your mum know the next time you scream this at her you’re not channelling your angst, but in fact directly quoting the biggest dancefloor banger of late 90s. Watch Armand Van Helden discussing other triumphs of the 90s right here in this interview filmed at Ceremony Festival.
ATB - "9pm ('Til I Come)"
Did ATB ever arrive? Find out in this interview he gave with us before his last set at the club.
Bucketheads - "The Bomb"
Produced by the man Kenny Dope, you don’t have to thank us for providing the name of that one track that comes on in clubs that you always forget to Shazam but are convinced you know all the words to.
Kernkraft 400 - "Zombie Nation"
Is it OK to listen to this track without feeling a little bit weird? Absolutely YES.
Crystal Waters - "Gypsy Woman"
2015 has been a big year for old samples in new tracks, no less on Nick Brewer and Bibi Bourelly’s "Talk To Me". Revisit its original home here, on Crystal Water’s defining anthem form 1989.
David Morales - "Needin' U"
Just like finding your favourite chocolate at the bottom of a box full of Orange Creams, "Needin’ U" is a gem that needs no introduction. Just pop it in your mouth and savour.
Duck Sauce - "Barbara Streisand"
What started off as funny, went on to be enormously irritating, has now ended up as legendary. Read our dissection of its music video right here.
Eric Prydz - "Call On Me "
You know the words. You probably know the dance. Indulge.
Shy FX - "Shake Your Body"
Probably the one piano riff aside from ‘The Entertainer’ that you still remember how to play. Nailed it.
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04 Nov 2015