With the summer season and Ibiza calendar near to closing, 2019 has seen another unreleased Cristoph track apparently proving popular within the clubbing community, with clubbers recognising the sounds of The Temper Trap’s production, ‘Sweet Disposition’. Undoubtedly the Australian rock foursome’s biggest hit, Cristoph now takes on remix duties, adding his own touch to the original which was released over a decade ago. 


2018 saw Newcastle’s Cristoph collaborate with Camelphat to release last year’s ‘Breathe’ on Eric Prydz’ ‘Pryda Presents’ label last November. Crossing over to receive commercial success as well as beeb popular in the underground circuit, ‘Breathe’ reached the top 40 singles chart, along with being certified Silver in the UK. The track also received a decent reception in the US, peaking at number 21 on the US Billboard dance club songs chart. 


Last month he returned to ‘Pryda Presents’ with the follow up. Collaborating once more with ‘Breathe’ vocalist Jem Cooke, ‘Slowly Burning’ again showcased the Newcastle artist’s ability to conjure emotive dance music tracks aimed at both club and radio.


Speaking of his own personal edit of ‘Sweet Disposition’, Cristoph comments:


“The whole track came about because of a slight obsession with the original vocal. I wanted to make a personal edit for my own sets. I sent it over to Eric Prydz who played it that day at Escape Festival in America. Videos emerged on the internet straight away so we sent it over to a select few DJs, one of which being Pete Tong who opened his BBC Radio 1 show with it.”


Cristoph has also had a string of releases across labels including Sasha’s ‘Last Night On Earth’ and Yousef’s ‘Circus Recordings’, along with curating the inaugural ‘8 track’ album on Hot Since 82’s ‘Knee Deep In Sound’. 


After catching the attention of Eric Prydz, a number of releases on ‘Pryda Presents’ followed including ‘EPOCH’, ‘Voice Of Silence’, ‘Breathe’ and ‘Slowly Burning’. 


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