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Playlist: DJ Max Chapman reveals his favourite tracks

PUBLISHED: 15:32 17 March 2017 | UPDATED: 15:33 17 March 2017

Max Chapman. Picture: Leon Layman

Max Chapman. Picture: Leon Layman

Leon Layman

This week, Max Chapman, who did a DJ set at the new Sankeys East nightclub, Romford, on Saturday, picks his top 10 favourite tracks

Max Chapman - La Fiesta (Hot Creations)
One of my favourite productions yet, can’t wait to release this one.

Nathan Fake - Sky Was Pink (James Holden Remix) (Border Community) 
I often finish sets with this, always goes down well!

Martinez Brothers, Martin Buttrich - Affection Deficit Disorder (Cuttin’ Headz) 
A great track to fill out the middle of my sets.

Luca Donzelli - Future Stroke (Wreckless Records) 
A big record with a huge build up!

Bucketheads - The Bomb (Max Chapman, George Smeddles Edit) 
Always gets the party going, this one.

Mark Henning - Trojan (Cityfox) 
This is the track that everyone is always asking for. The track ID gets loads of attention.

Oxia - Domino (Kompakt) 
A classic, I love playing this.

Waff - Space Invadaz (Resonance Records) 
My favourite record I’ve ever released on my label, Resonance Records.

Luca Donzelli - Drummer Eager (Max Chapman Remix) 
In my opinion, the best remix I’ve ever done.

Max Chapman - Body Jack (Elrow) 
My first ever Beatport number 1.

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