With Opposites, we show a different - opposite - side of Belgian artists as they let us in their personal bubble and showcase five of their favorite tracks, completely opposite of what they’re known for.
"Hi there, my name is Yves Massignani and a couple of times per month you can find me in a DJ booth, playing records for some random people to dance to. For Red Bull Elektropedia's Opposite-series, I've made a selection of 5 tracks I really like, but (most) dancers don't..."
Queens Of The Stone Age - Someone's In The Wolf
"I've always been a huge fan of QOTSA, and I think I know most of their albums by hart. The song I re-listen the most is 'Someone's In The Wolf' from the Lullabies To Paralyse. Never get tired of it. The track is completely in your face for 7 minutes straight."
Mount Kimbie - Carbonated
"Hard to find the words to express my love for this song so I'd rather share a part of the lyrics: Eggs sandwich. Eggs, eggs. What dip? Mayo dip?"
J.J. Cale - Cocaine
"Just J.J. Cale at his best..."
Gary Clark Jr. - Bright Lights
"Never heard a song of Gary Clark Jr. untill I saw this live recording of Bright Lights. Still get Goosebumps everytime I watch it!"
The Pharcyde - Runnin'
"Without a single doubt my favourite hip hop track. Ever."
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