Top 5: Murdock

Radar Records boss Murdock is primarily known for his dancefloor liquid productions, having graced the likes of Hospital Records, Liquicity and V Recordings with his uplifting sound. His latest release for Dispatch LTD sees him collaborating with Doctrine on a murky tech stomper, showing his varied production talents. To celebrate the single release, we asked him for his favourite cuts from the record box…

Noisia – The Entangled (Camo & Krooked Remix)

I think C&K have really perfected their own trademark brand of drum&bass for their new album, and there are few tracks where they have pushed the envelope as much as in this remix. Bliss!

Duke Dumont & Gorgon City – Real Life (Murdock Remix)

I like the rave and garage vibes that these guys have evoked in their last single, so it was great they asked me to remix it. It was just released!

Doctrine – Panopticon

If you like your drum&bass slightly spaced out, then make sure to pick this one up. Doctrine is from Belgium, like me, and a trusted companion. But I’m a huge fan of his solo endeavours as well.

Upgrade – Illusion

This guy is one of the new breed of jump up producers that can really deliver something out of the ordinary. 2015’s More was a good example and this one is another banger that works in any set.

MAMF – Break It

These guys are from Belgium and a bit elusive. They sent me this tune to be signed to my label Radar Records, but I didn’t act fast enough. I still play it out everywhere and it hits home every time!

Planet Rock Riddim Rhythm is out now via the Dispatch store; check out the A side below and grab yourself a copy from their website.

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