Another clip from another of the forthcoming tracks that will ALL feature on the SANKEYS 20TH ANNIVERSARY ALBUM/COMPILATION this summer. ps, the samples with the vocal isnt an original vocalist i have used, it is a sample i have used from a soul track from 1974.
Sankeys opened up in Manchester 20 years ago, and has since expanded to Ibiza and, more recently, New York. Its new label will be helmed by UK DJ Syrossian, who is a resident at Sankeys' Tribal Sessions parties. The first disc of the mix is made up entirely of his own material, some of it new, and the press release claims that "from jacking to deep, driving to more tripped out, all bases are covered. It features collaborations with DJ Sneak, Hector Couto and Sidney Charles. Darius Syrossian - Celebration Of Life 03. Darius Syrossian - Fuel To The Fire 04. Darius Syrossian - Danielle 05. James Barnsley - Acid Tambourine (Darius Syrossian Remix) 06. Darius Syrossian & Hector Couto - Our Rhythm 07. Darius Syrossian & Sidney Charles - Another 5 Hours 08. Todd Terry - Bounce To The Beat (Darius Syrossian Remix) 09. Darius Syrossian & DJ Sneak - Power To The People 10.
Request an album send to friend. Darius Syrossian: Sankeys 20th Anniversary (2014). Quality: 192-320 Kbits/sec. Bitrate (quality): 192256320. mp3. 1. Bigger Than Prince (Darius Syrossian Remix).
ALBUM, TITLE: Sankeys 20th Anniversary (mixed by Darius Syrossian). Release year, date: 2014. 01. Green Velvet - Bigger Than Prince (Darius Syrossian remix) 02. Darius Syrossian - Our Rhythm 07. Darius Syrossian - Another 5 Hours 08. Darius Syrossian - Power To The People 10. Pierre Codarin - Wear It Loose (Darius Syrossian remix) 11. Darius Syrossian - Fail Of The Smiling Assassin 12.
Various - Sankeys 20th Anniversary Anyone who's ever been to Sankeys will have their own special (if somewhat addled) memories of that former mill in the Manchester backstreets. If I were to make a compilation that best summed up my nights there, it would be two CDs to be played simultaneously with a load of Mancunians babbling over the mix, to recreate the sensation of standing halfway up the stairs in the '90s (when the club was known as Sankeys Soap) where you could hear the music from both rooms.