Since opening its doors in 1991, Ministry of Sound has gone onto become a flagship for British youth culture; an iconic brand and logo, the world's largest independent record label, a multimedia entertainment business and the world's most famous club. Today, the club remains at the forefront of the global dance music scene, having just recently won the 'Best Global Soundsystem' at the IDMA Awards and been voted the best club in the UK in DJ Mag. It really needs no introduction.
It's most famous night 'Saturday Sessions' was conceived 5 years ago and has since seen over half a million clubbers pass through its doors.
This special compilation heavily reflects the artists who have played under the Saturday Sessions roster. We've selected tracks from our favourite residents and future stars. The album artwork is taken from our fresh flyer design and is inspired by the addition of our brand new lazers and the light it creates.
CD 1 The Box
Disc 1 represents the sound of the most famous room in UK clubbing history 'The Box'. Impressively all artists on this disc have either graced our decks in the last year or are booked to perform this coming year. Our mix starts off with the huge Eric Prydz Remix of 'Midnight City' by M83 and rises straight into 'Antidote' from the most famous trio in Electronic Dance Music right now the Swedish House Mafia. The mix then escalates into a culmination of Big Room House with tracks from Chuckie, Nicky Romero, Wolfgang Gartner, Fedde Le Grand, Basement Jaxx, Funkagenda and Laidback Luke alongside remixes from Axwell & Michael Woods.
CD 2 103
Disc 2 reflects the change and contrast in sound, focusing on the Deep and Tech House that reverberates in the'103' room on a weekly basis. The mix kicks off with Mark Knight's killer crossover track 'Alright' followed by the massive Jamie Jones Remix of Storm Queen. The mix gets deeper still, encompassing tracks from Maceo Plex, Julio Bashmore, Oliver $ and Subb-Ann before ending in style with driving Tech House from Joris Voorn, Jay Lumen and UMEK.