Boston George selects a playlist of inspirational electronic dance music

South Yorkshire DJ and music producer Boston George aka Mathew Hardy is prolific and his music is hypnotic, melodic and energetic.

A new name to many, Boston George is the result of the lockdown era and two very productive years in the studio.

Already making his way to tastemaker labels like Cubism and Elastic Dimension, interest from major labels is growing as the young artist finds support from many leading DJs and the likes of BBC Introducing, inspired by the likes of Yorkshire man Hot Since 82.

Boston George will be streaming LIVE on Mixcloud tonight from the saʊnd Club in Maidstone for a three hour DJ set from 8pm. tune head HERE tonight from 9 p.m.

He’s put together a playlist of inspirational music for us ahead of tonight’s live stream, which you can listen to right below, including music from Maceo Plex, Hot Since 82, Franky Wah and more.

Boston George – The only one

One of my own productions very much inspired by the knee deep sound, one of the earlier releases of my career, a track I’ve always liked.

Maceo Plex & Gabriel Ananda – Lonely Daze

I’ve been a huge fan of Maceo Plex since he popped on my radar in the early 2010s when he performed at the Plug Sheffield – I’ve been listening to his Hudson River Cercle event repeatedly during lockdown. For me, this track describes the emotions during the pandemic.

Motorcycle – As The Rush Comes (Cristoph Remix)

One of my current favorite producers out there, Cristoph has pulled off an amazing rendition of this classic, defiantly one for the playlist for this year’s Flight to Ibiza!

Jhonsson – Lost in Mogana

Another from the Knee Deep family catalog and a personal friend of mine, Jhonsson, using rhythmic pianos and deep subs, evokes a truly chilled summer patio party vibe.

Hot Since 82 – Buggin’ (feat. Jem Cooke)

The haunting vocals of Jem Cooke and the amazing production of the deep Don himself Hot Since 82 stuck with me for years as the enduring Ibiza sound – a track I just remixed and sent in to be remixed.

Nathan Fake – The Sky Was Pink (James Holden Remix)

I only came across this relatively old diamond last year through a producer friend of mine called “Imprey”. It only took me two games to fall in love with James Holden’s eccentric production!

Bonobo – Otomo (feat. O’Flynn)

I only recently stumbled across this track, the melting sound offers visions of Africa when you think about it. Deep with a breakbeat edge.

Franky Wah – Dopa La Vita

New release from the almighty Franky Wah on John Digweed’s Bedrock Records. Franky has been conquering the music scene all over the world lately and this track gives a good reason for that.


I first heard this masterpiece from the king himself when it was released. I was about 18 at the time, just coming out of my indie/rock roots and hearing my older brother repeat it from the other side of his bedroom door, he had the good attitude.

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