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Spotlight Mix: Sooney

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London based ​Sooney​ fell in love with house, hardcore & jungle in the early 90’s. In 2015 he set up his own label, Take Control Records, gaining support from the likes of Shadow Child, Eric Morillo and Gorgon City to name a few. Since being discovered by the Hot Creations family, Sooney’s sights are firmly set on big things for 2017.

Discovering and falling in love with house, hardcore & jungle music in the early 90’s, Sooney ‘borrowed’ his Mum’s credit card to buy a pair of 1210’s, in 1993. He neither looked back, nor paid her back (yet) and once the credit card statement came in and she found out, he promised her without a hint of remorse that it would all be worth it one day; displaying at just 12 years old that he had a determined streak of ambition.

Having worked hard for the last 12 years to produce the music he loves, Sooney set up his own label in 2015, self funding his own releases whilst being supported by the likes of Shadow Child, Eric Morillo, DJ SKT (Kiss FM), Doorly, Gorgon City, Route 94 & Paolo Francesco, to name a few.

Since being discovered by a member of the Hot Creations family, he has had his sights are firmly set on positive vibes and big things for 2017; already starting the year sweetly with his first release on a major house record label; ‘Back to the Music EP’ out on the label and now he drops in on our Spotlight Mix Series with an hour of killer music!

Sooney ‘Back To The Music EP’ is out now on Hot Creations with the buy link.

Track list
Matthew Warren ‘Work It Out’ (Original Mix) [Brobot Records]
Sante? ‘Ghost Writer’ (Solardo Remix) [AVOTRE]
Rod Carrillo ‘Alegre’ (Hoxton Whores Mix) [Stepper Man]
Jamie Jones B.K.R Bubble & Squeak (Original Mix)
System 2 ‘Fandango’ (Original Mix) [Red Lunar Records]
Sooney – Afraid Of The Dark (Hot Creations)
Odi Diaz ‘I’m A Playboy’ (Original Mix) [Bunny Tiger]
Sante? ‘Acid Rain’ (ANOTR Remix)
Sooney – Back to the music (Hot Creations)
Sante? ‘Never Enough’ (Denney Remix) [AVOTRE]
Patrick Topping Yes Chief (Original Mix)
Roland Clark ‘What The F**k’ (Sante? Remix) [AVOTRE]
Nathan Barato Stomp_Change_Original_Mix
Paolo Rocco Judgement (Original Mix)
Sooney – Back To The Music (Route 94 Remix) (Hot Creations)
Sharam Jey & Freiboitar ‘Funeral Pie’ (Original Mix) [Bunny Tiger]

 

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