Most known for past singles such as Missing You, and Don’t Wanna Dance, London-based Frenchman Boston Bun recently dropped his debut artist album. The record comes via his own Circa ’99 imprint, a label he launched in 2017 that has since brought music from David Spinelli, Samaran, and Devoted. Titled ‘There’s A Nightclub Inside My Head’, the project gives life to a new chapter in the Parisian’s journey as an artist, leaving behind a consecutive run of hit singles to bring a more complete,
diverse, and mature body of work for his fans. The majority of the 10-long tracklist falls into the realm of UK inspired deep and piano house, while others also give subtle hints of electronica and garage. It also includes his standout 2020 release Whenever You’re Ready, which saw strong support from some of the worlds top radio DJs and features an excellent top line from Victoria Hesketh. Below you can find our recommended starting points for this one, as well as some previous singles from Boston Bun and a few similar albums worth checking out!
Where to start:
Whenever You’re Ready: A radio-friendly, vocal heavy summertime anthem
Nobody But You: Playful, harmonising, and heavily filtered house jam
B.B.B.: Deep cut drum grooves and chunky bassline rumbles
Previous from Boston Bun:
Stronger (2020, Toolroom Records)
Don’t Wanna Dance (2019, Island)
If you like this then check out:
Friend Within – Hope (2021, Toolroom Records)
Tensnake – LA (2020, Armada Music)
Boston Bun’s There’s A Nightclub Inside My Head is out now on eOne Music.