French producer and DJ Kosme has developed a cult following over the last few years, having played some of Europe’s most cutting-edge underground clubs as well as huge festival dates. Between gigs, he has established the famed Cosmic Adventure club night at Le Sucre, which has seen guests ranging from Theo Parish and Mr G to Konstantin Sibold & Move D. Ahead of his Dalston Superstore debut for Homodrop, promoter Florian Dovillez caught up with him to chat Boiler Room favourites, dream parties and plans for 2016!
HOMODROP is so glad to have you on board for your first gig in London. Tell us which track you really want to play during the night?
For sure some terrible disco classics like this
Who is your currently favourite English producer ?
Matthew Herbert, eternal source of inspiration
You’ve played two times already for Boiler Room. The first time before TALE of US, and the second one in 2015 before Laurent Garnier. Now you are playing in Dalston where Boiler Room was been created… Can you give us two tracks you played from those two sets?
Donnie Mark – Stand Up For The Soul Grand Club Mix
Konstantin Sibold – Mutter
For New Year’s Eve, you played to the temple of techno, Berghain/Panorama Bar. Tell us the most intense memory from your set.
A friend that I have not seen for ten years cried with pleasure at seeing me playing & happy with other people. Friendship is very important for me.
What is the most precious record in your vinyl collection?
All of my records are precious for me, each one is a part of my life.
If you have a time machine and could visit any dance floor / anywhere, where would you like to dance?
Can we expect new Kosme tracks on a new label soon ?
Catch Kosme at Homodrop on Saturday 5 March at Dalston Superstore from 9pm-5am.
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