"As a young child, Kraftwerk sounded like the future and still do to this day"

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Steven Smith, one-half of Grammy-winning electronic group Dirty Vegas and Anthony Saffery from Cornershop fame present their exciting new indie-electronic project STOREYS and reveal the duo’s Top 5 Influences Playlist. Listen to the new indie-pop gem ‘Sometimes’, lifted from debut 4-track EP due 15th April.

They explain: “The message with this song is about when we feel at our most lost, you have the choice to go in any direction. To discover something new, to create or head along a new path”

STOREYS Top 5 Influences Playlist

Burial – Claustro

For me the encapsulates electronic music from 1989 to today in one track.

Romanthony – Luv Somebody

All the soul you need and the best bass line there is.

Kraftwerk – The Robots

As a young child, Kraftwerk sounded like the future and still do to this day

Ry X (Ame Remix) – Howling

A beautiful haunting song given a mesmerizing remix by Ame, could be played at 3am in a club or on a morning forest walk.

Unkle ft Thom Yorke – Rabbit in your headlights

James Lavelle and DJ Shadow collaborate with Thom Yorke, this whole album was a game-changer but this track with the disturbing video by Jonathan Glazer, makes this a trip-hop masterpiece.

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