'The Track That...' with The Noble Six

Written by Remco on 25 November 2014 in Interviews
'The Track That...' with The Noble Six

After a little break, our series of 'The Track That...' is back! For episode 6 Tim Stark interviewed The Noble Six, who mixed one of the 3 CDs of the recently released Subculture: The Residents.

The track that I wish I’d produced is Paul Van Dyk - For An Angel 

The track that could make a grown man cry is Above & Beyond feat. Zoë Johnston - Good For Me (Above & Beyond Club Mix) .

The track that never fails to put a smile on my face is Neptune Project - Aztec.

The track that I’m playing every gig at the moment is The Noble Six vs. Chris Metcalfe - Ocean Avenue.

The track that isn’t electronic dance music, but rocks just the same is Born Of Osiris - Recreate.  

The track that shoulda been in a movie is Orbital - Halcyon On And On. It's in Mortal Kombat, but it’s really movie-worthy!

The track that is so perfect in its Original form it should never be touched by man nor remixer is Chicane - Saltwater.

The tracks that changed my life were:
- Paul Van Dyk - For An Angel, 
- OceanLab - Satellite (Original Above & Beyond Mix),
- Robert Miles – Children. I still remember the first time/place I heard each of these life changers.

The track that I’ve just put out there is my mix of the new Subculture triple cd – ‘The Residents’ that just came out its loaded with a couple of the above. If you’re quick you can be in with the chance of winning a copy through Trance Podium through this link:

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