FAULT Weekly Playlist: Kirk Spencer

Hailed as one of the most promising newcomers, Kirk Spencer recently shared his new single “Animals” feat. Lexus and Pollena that mixes together the slick electronic production with African rhythms. The Nottingham, UK native creates an infectiously summery sound that sounds like a sip of cool water.

We asked Kirk to put together a playlist of tunes he’s currently got on heavy rotation to keep the summer vibes going. Check it out below.

Boston Bun – Missing You
I decided to make this playlist based on science of my most played songs. What better way to start off a playlist than my most streamed song of 2018? Super additive song.

Brodinski & Lil Reek – Rock Out
Love the combination of bringing to the two worlds of Techno atheistic and Rap. Super bouncy beat. Check out Lil Reek he is going to be huge.

DJ Khaled, Justin Bieber, Quavo – No Brainer
Another 1! DJ Khaled is a big inspiration. I can’t record successfully without “The Keys” book in the room, something me and Lexus discovered when recording “Animals”.

Littlebabyangel – Alarm Song
I think this song would be incredible to see live. I’m currently working on some newer music using a similar Modular palette.

Tomas Barfod & Jonas Smith – Family
When I first played this to my girlfriend she hated it but it soon became her most streamed song as well. Such a well crafted song.

Rich The Kid & Tripe Redd – Early Morning Trappin
Sometimes the little things in a song can make me repeat a song over and over. In this song I’ve fallen in love with the rim/snare.

ZAYN – Entertainer
When this was first released I probably repeated it 30 times on YouTube. The whole video and song is such a good presentation.

SG Lewis & J Warner – Aura
I first heard this song in a car journey half asleep. I woke up and shazammed it. Also played this recently in a DJ set and the crowd loved it.

Gesaffelstein – Maryland Theme
Good for having a bath in the dark which I must have done a lot this winter as its in this playlist of most listened to tracks. It is from a Soundtrack to an awesome film by my favourite producer.

TALA & Naughty Boy – Stay Here in the Sun
Again couldn’t stop listening to this one when it was first released. After I have figured out that I love a track I proceed to repeat the song over until I know why and sometimes I can’t figure out why which is the joy of listening to music for me.

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