Cammora Reveals His Top 10 Favorite Tracks and Their Impact on His Music


Welcome to an exclusive feature with Cammora, where the acclaimed DJ and Producer takes us on a musical journey through his top 10 favorite tracks. Here we delve into the mind of this talented artist, as he reveals the songs that have helped shape his sound and influenced his career, with a journey with tracks by names like Massive Attack, Daft Punk and Faithless, Cammora shares the stories behind each track, offering insights into his taste and his own musical evolution. Join us as we explore the soundtrack of Cammora’s life, one track at a time. 

Ten with 10/10  

Massive Attack – “Teardrop” (1998):

A Trip Hop masterpiece, with haunting vocals and a mesmerizing instrumental. A captivating slow-burning tune. 

Moby – “Porcelain” (1999):

A track that showcases the emotional depth Electronic music can convey, perfect blend of Ambient elements with Downtempo. Moby at his best. 

Daft Punk – “Around the World” (1997):

Catchy bassline, robotic vocals, one of Daft Punk’s iconic tunes. What more to ask from everyone’s favorite robots? 

The Prodigy – “Firestarter” (1996):

A groundbreaking track that blended Electronic music with Punk energy and brought electronic music to a wider audience. Keith’s performance in “Firestarter” will echo in eternity. 

Deadmau5 – “Strobe” (2009):

Emotive, evolving musical landscapes that travel you from introspection to euphoria. Deadmau5’s unique progressive structure at its best.  

Underworld – “Born Slippy (Nuxx)” (1995):

An anthem for the Rave culture of the 90s. Nothing more to add here. 

Frankie Knuckles – “Your Love” (1987):

Frankie Knuckles is the “Godfather of House Music”, and this track is a testament to his influence. Never forget your roots! 

Eric Prydz – “Pjanoo” (2008):

A classic of Progressive House music that inspired a wave of productions that emphasized melody and emotion in conjunction with danceable rhythms. It captures the essence of what a club anthem should be. 

Anarcrusan – “In My Mind” (2000):

Intricate production, deep atmospheric layers, and seamlessly blending melodic elements with a driving beat. One of the most underrated tunes in the scene. 

Faithless – “Insomnia” (1995)

A haunting riff, the deep, resonant voice of Maxi Jazz, and its relatable lyrics that delve into the frustration and desperation of insomnia. A hypnotic tune that left a legacy on the Electronic music scene. 

We thank Cammora for his time making this special tracklist with songs that in his view, should be highlighted for their unique sound, the prowess of their creators and what it means for the Electronic music world. Make sure to follow his across social media to remain updated on his latest releases, live shows and projects. 

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