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Welcome back to Selections, a series of artist-curated playlists from those in the know.

Over the past 19 years, Krysko has earned his stripes as a dance music veteran. The Yorkshire-born DJ has played out on some of the most respected dancefloors across the world and his accolades speak for themselves: from being the youngest person to play two live BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes during the 2000s to being The Warehouse Project’s original and longest standing resident.

Tapping into the outer reaches of techno and house, Krysko knows how to work a crowd. His sets demonstrate a skilful synergy with the ravers he plays to as well as a deep knowledge and appreciation for dance music pioneers. Over the years he’s also shared stages with many of them, including Nile Rodgers, the late Andrew Weatherall, Moodymann, Frankie Knuckles and Theo Parrish.

Ahead of his appearance at this year’s Audio Farm Festival, Krysko curates a playlist that reflects the summer months and looks ahead to a “heads down” autumn and winter season.

Drawing on his recent Balearic-focused mini-residency at WOM in Ibiza as well as previous outings at the legendary Pikes, Krysko brings an eclectic selection of tracks with “plenty of old and new, for all manner of dancefloors”. Featuring The Maghreban, Carl Craig and an Underground Resistance remix of Waajeed’s Motor City Madness, delve in below.

Krysko plays Audio Farm Festival, Hopton Court, on 1-6 September