House music duo The Lords have been together for only a few months now and are already conquering the London scene one club at a time. Made up of Romaan and Tony Cortez, the French duo has over 15 years experience combined and are currently working on new music and establishing their identity in London. Their sound delivers great old school flavors of house music and some serious feel-good vibes. We caught up with the boys to discuss their top 10 tracks ever.
Gigi D’Agostino – L’Amour Toujours (1999)
This was the official anthem of a night club in our hometown. At that time we were both starting deejaying and this is a big memory for us.
Phats & Small – Turn Around (1999)
Beginning of French touch music
Celeda – The Underground (2000)
Club underground and after party back in 2000
Daft Punk – Too Long (2001)
Memorable track with a particular vibe and how the track is built is a masterpiece
The Soulchip – Let’s Rock (2001)
We just love the groove and the vocal on this one, we were 16 years old at that time.
Benny Benassi – Satisfaction (2002)
The beginning of a new sound design that totally changed the house music rules.
Starsailor – Four To The Floor (Thin White Duke Mix) (2003)
Goosebumps! Wow, what a track, the melody, and the vibe are incredible!
Axwell feat. Max’C – I Found U (2007)
2007 has been a big year for house music and Axwell made a big hit with this song, this gave us the envy to produce our own music and to play house music more and more.
Paul Kalkbrenner – Sky and Sand (2011)
Still a banger to close your DJ Set.
Junior Jack – E Samba (2015)
Amazing memories with this one, this song makes us want to go to Ibiza!