Don't Stop

Charles D
Don't Stop

Charles D

No Escape

Charles D

Choir's Palace

Charles D

Ever since the New Yorker shared his remix of ‘Your Mind’ with Adam Beyer, which would go on to become only the second officially released remixes of the legendary track, we knew we were onto a special talent. A strong single on A-Sides Vol.11 ‘Traction’ was to follow, proceeded by another superb remix, this time of Mike Macaluso’s ‘Final Chapter’, reinforcing his skilled studio touch.

Now a year on from his first appearance on Beyer’s label, he steps up for a richly deserved debut EP, ‘Don’t Stop’, which encapsulates all the stylistic facets of his productions. The title track is fun and driving, brimming with ‘90s rave stabs and peak-time fizz. ‘No Escape’ is a pulsating stomper fusing together percussive techno and melodic elements to form a track that will work in a variety of environments. ‘Choir’s Palace’ is a dreamy tool and perfect for shifting the momentum during a peak-time set.

“This is my fourth release on Drumcode, but my first EP! I’m super excited about it, as it has always been a dream to release an EP on Drumcode from the time I started producing electronic music 11 years ago.” – Charles D


  1. Charles D – ‘Don’t Stop’

2. Charles D – No Escape

3. Charles D – Choir’s Palace

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