We don’t know much about Australian Jac Wilkins, better known by his DJ alias Oskar, but we do know he can throw together a mean disco-acid-house mix. This one surfaced from the depths of Soundcloud sometime earlier this summer, and it landed on heavy rotation on my partying and gym playlists alike. Oskar moves through Riva Starr, Hypster and Miles Dyson, Benny Benassi (circa 2006), Pleasurekraft, Liquid Kaos, Rene Amesz, Nicky Romero, and Blendbrank–just to name a few. We don’t have a full tracklist on this one, but Straight Up Thailand (although designed for the things like the Full Moon Party) will keep you skipping and toe-tapping through your morning. And the morning after. And the one after that.
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