BR Tracks Episode 01:
Fatima Yamaha — What's A Girl To Do
Some songs are instant knockouts; others, like Fatima Yamaha’s “What’s A Girl To Do”, smoulder slowly (like...really slowly) on their way to burning bright. Get the story behind a defining anthem that nearly never made it.
BR Tracks Episode 02:
Blawan — Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage
Dark techno with a twisted hip-hop hook? In 2012 this was ground-breaking, career-making stuff. "Bodies" instantly became an anthem that broke the door down for Blawan himself, and a wider techno revival in the UK.
BR Tracks Episode 03:
KW Griff & Porck Chop — Bring In The Katz
Night Slugs were absolutely on one in 2012, but this Baltimore bomb caused the biggest bang of all, fired into ubiquity by a triple reload at their Boiler Room takeover. It's in your head now all over again isn't it?
BR Tracks Episode 04:
Eliphino — More Than Me
Learn how Eliphino aka Automne flipped Ms. Lauryn Hill into a world-beating house anthem.
BR Tracks Episode 05:
Floorplan — Never Grow Old
Techno anthem of the decade? Floorplan's spiritual smasher "Never Grow Old" is powerful enough for this lifetime and the next. Get the lowdown on the evolution of Reverend Robert Hood.
BR Tracks Episode 06:
Tessela — Hackney Parrot
Relive how Tessela's massive "Hackney Parrot" broke the door down for breakbeat all over again.
BR Tracks Episode 07:
TNGHT — Higher Ground
Easily one of the biggest tunes of the entire 2010s, “Higher Ground” blew up in countless DJ sets, ads and festival stages – and in the laps of its creators too. Relive what went down.