FAULT Weekly Playlist: Yotto


London electronic label Anjunadeep has cultivated a reputation for breaking some of the biggest acts in dance music over the last few years with releases from Ashworth and Cubicolor. Their latest signee is Finnish breakout artist (and total heartthrob) Yotto who recently dropped “The Owls,” the first of three Twin Peaks inspired singles. Annie Mac is a fan and we’re on board as well. Building from a dark brooding groove into an infectious riff, “The Owls” showcases Yotto’s skill for combining nuanced melodies with raw powerful dancefloor moments.

We asked Yotto to put together a playlist of some of his all-time favorite songs and we think you’ll find some of your favorites in the list or find something new to add to your playlist.

Augustus Pablo – Original Rockers (Album)
“A friend of mine had randomly downloaded this like 15 years ago and it was amazing,
basically my first experience with classic dub reggae. The production is so spaced out and
gritty, yet the hooks were simple and very emotional.”

Aeroplane – Above The Clouds
“One of Aeroplane’s less funky moments, it’s a dreamy track from around 2008.
I absolutely love listening to it on flights and not just because of the title.”

High Contrast – Lovesick
“One of my absolute favourite drum & bass moments ever. It has a great sample
and always sounded like the weekend is coming. Now it sounds like a high school weekend to me.”

Kings Of Convenience – I Don’t Know What I Can Save You From (Röyksopp Remix)
“The definition of Nordic tristesse, utterly sad love song and Röyksopp took a very lovely
approach with the remix. I always admired the simplicity of it and it just has a very therapeutic vibe.”

Holden – A Break In The Clouds (Ambient Mix)
“This always gets me, Holden’s mad edits and one of the most blissed out spacey melodies I know.
Was super influential for me growing up.”

Chemical Brothers – Under The Influence
“Such a mad synth freakout, this felt like the most powerful club track I had ever heard and
it left a massive stamp.”

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