Brian d’Souza, aka Auntie Flo

DJ and producer Brian d’Souza, aka Auntie Flo, shares the first and last records he bought, plus an all-time favourite

FIRST

Michael Jackson
‘Bad’
(Epic, 1987)

“Perhaps I’m not allowed to mention Michael Jackson now but this record really does hold a special place for me. Dancing around to it with my friends remains one of my earliest memories from childhood. Unlike Jackson’s reputation, the music still stands the test of time.”


LAST

Don Cherry, Nana Vasconcelos, Collin Walcott
‘The Codona Trilogy’
(ECM, 2008)

“I’ve started buying CDs again and have been enjoying the process. I still need something physical to hold but was getting frustrated and a little lazy getting up to change the side of vinyl. The great thing about CDs is they open up a new world of music that I had been ignoring – the music of ECM Records, for example. This 3CD set is incredible and totally ahead of its time.”


 ALWAYS

Roni Size & Reprazent
‘New Forms’
(Talkin’ Loud, 1997)

“Due to my new CD player, I’ve been going through all my old CD collections at my mum’s house and have found a ton of favourites that I hadn’t listened to in years. One of those was Roni Size & Reprazent. The production is s-o-o-o good! Every track still sounds massively futuristic, a gateway to further possibilities and new sonic realms. Incredible.”

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