A Track A Day: Alan Dixon

A Track A Day:
Alan Dixon

With the current circumstances and the weird, turbulent times all over the globe, we asked our friends to choose a favourite track or an album for these isolated days, and share it with us along with a photo. A track a day keeps the bad vibes away. Stay safe.

Next in line on our “A Track A Day” series is the prolific London-based DJ and producer Alan Dixon. With a series of quality releases under his belt on labels such as Running Back, Permanent Vacation and Correspondent, Alan Dixon continues to amaze us. Fresh off the launch of his new label Love Attack, he shares with us a favourite track, Charles Earland’s classic “Drifting”, taken from his 1976 album “The Great Pyramid”.

In his own words: “‘Drifting’ is a track I first heard at The Loft party in London. An end of the night classic, swishy in all the right ways. Like a lot of people I speak with, during lockdown listening to club tracks feels a little hollow. I’ve been listening to a lot of slower, more melodic music and this really fits the bill. I only have the album sadly, as the 12” is hard to come by. I was lucky enough to find a mint copy of the LP upstairs in the HMV in Tokyo. No one does record shops like the Japanese!”


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