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Tiga will fully exploit his status as friend and confidante to some of the world’s top DJs to ask what is almost certainly The Ultimate DJ Question: “It’s your first/last set ever: what do you play?”
 
As guests (Carl Cox, Annie Mac, Pete Tong and more) share their ultimate opening tracks, peak-time bombs and tear-jerking closers, they will - whether they realize it or not - share something essential about themselves and their craft. Each episode will reflect the arc and flow of the magical DJ fantasy night itself, with musical interludes mixing seamlessly with vital AF examinations of mortality, creativity, and the very nature of vibe itself. This will be without question the most danceable interview podcast ever downloaded.

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Tiga will fully exploit his status as friend and confidante to some of the world’s top DJs to ask what is almost certainly The Ultimate DJ Question: “It’s your first/last set ever: what do you play?”
 
As guests (Carl Cox, Annie Mac, Pete Tong and more) share their ultimate opening tracks, peak-time bombs and tear-jerking closers, they will - whether they realize it or not - share something essential about themselves and their craft. Each episode will reflect the arc and flow of the magical DJ fantasy night itself, with musical interludes mixing seamlessly with vital AF examinations of mortality, creativity, and the very nature of vibe itself. This will be without question the most danceable interview podcast ever downloaded.

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    Richard Russell's First/Last Party on Earth

    Richard Russell's First/Last Party on Earth

    Tiga asks the world’s top DJs The Ultimate DJ Question: “It’s your first/last ever party: what do you play?”
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    • 1 hr 37 min
    Benji B's First/Last Party on Earth

    Benji B's First/Last Party on Earth

    I loved this one! Very few people are as knowledgeable, articulate and curious as Benji- and we got into so many different elements of DJ culture, music, A&R, Public Enemy, jungle, Fabio, wedding music, sound system culture, fashion.... really it could have been a 10hr episode. And listen to his twist on the regular format: he curated his dream party— complete with 7 rooms and 31djs. This ones for the heads- Let’s do this.
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    • 1 hr 45 min
    Miss Kittin's First/Last Party on Earth

    Miss Kittin's First/Last Party on Earth

    Around 2000 something big happened in electronic music: a group of new artists, a bunch of misfits from all over the world mixed a little bit of techno, a little bit of the 80s, some new romantic vibes, and a bit of punk attitude, and seemingly almost by accident all came together in what at the time was called “Electro". I was lucky enough to have been part of that movement with my track Sunglasses At Night, but to me the artists that really always nailed it, the ones that stood out as being very special were Miss Kittin and The Hacker. And today I’m very lucky to talk to Miss Kittin.
    We had an amazing conversation, we talked about her entire career, including 20+ years as a global DJ, the electro years and everything else that came afterwards, she continued to make amazing records with The Martinez Brothers, Michael Myer, DJ Anna and more, and we touched upon a lot of interesting material, including the making of a song like Frank Sinatra, which for me is one of the best ever. We talked about Aphex Twin (as usual), Jeff Mills, Marcel Dettman, and about maintaining purity and artistic integrity, about the intention behind music, and the Gigollo records era. What I found was a very thoughtful, creative and sensitive artist that had done a lot of work, thinking it through on their own and more than anything had just made incredible original music, so I hope you enjoy this, I really loved it, meant a lot to me. This is Last Party on Earth with Miss Kittin: a true original.

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    • 1 hr 40 min
    Erol Alkan's First/Last Party on Earth

    Erol Alkan's First/Last Party on Earth

    Tiga asks the world’s top DJs The Ultimate DJ Question: “It’s your first/last ever party: what do you play?”
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    • 1 hr 46 min
    Boys Noize First/Last Party on Earth

    Boys Noize First/Last Party on Earth

    I really can’t say enough about Boyz Noize, real name Alex. He’s a very close friend, he’s a ridiculously good DJ and an awesome producer.
    Over the past 15 years, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who has made as many killer records as Boys Noize, he has worked with everyone from Gonzales to Frank Ocean, he's had partnerships with Skrillex and even made records with me. He's done a million sick remixes, and as a DJ he's simply awesome. He was making giant bangers before that was really even a thing: Alex was one of the architects of that sound. He's an incredibly sweet guy and we have become great friends over the years, and it was a real pleasure to sit down with somebody who isn’t at all jaded and is completely in love with what he does.
    We sat down at the end of last year, pre-corona virus, you can hear it…we are very excited and very naive, just two friends laughing. I talk a little more than normal because I tend to talk OVER my friends. We manage to cover acid, Thomas Bengalter and Theo Parrish…. and what really comes across most is Alex's love of what he does. Its incredibly refreshing and put a real smile on my face. hope you enjoy it.

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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Four Tet's First/Last Party on Earth

    Four Tet's First/Last Party on Earth

    There are very few producers that I rate as highly as Four Tet. 
    Over the past 20 years , Kieran Hebden has managed to pretty much tick every box that matters musically.
    He makes records that so many of us love, that you can listen to at home, that slam at a party
    and he seems to have done it all with grace, composure and a quiet confidence. 
    I loved this conversation, and its really worth listening to.
    Kieran is very thoughtful and deliberate and I found it very inspiring
    It should be noted that this show was recorded in January of 2020, in a world that seems barely recognizable now.
    We covered a lot of things: Ricardo Villalobos, rewinds, Burial, the feeling of being a teenager
    and went through his career highlights, and we did it all like two friends without a care in the world, sitting there at the beginning of what was then a fresh year.
    Excuse the fact i was kinda jacked up on the limitless possibilities of 2020, obviously now everything is different.
    It's quite a long conversation, but hopefully it gives you 90min of an escape as you can hear two friends talking about DJing, music and life.
    this is…. Last Party on Earth.

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    • 1 hr 34 min

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14 Ratings

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The shell of this podcast , last party concept , seems pretty pointless, but through that tiga manages to weave all the right questions that fameless dj’s with years of skin in the game, might want to know about his guests. His self reflective insecurities are incredibly poignant for dj’s who have had similar questions about their own times, alone behind the decks and pondered what its all about, and generally what / who / why they’re there. I hate to say it, but Tiga is to dance music, what Marc Maron is to comedy. With a great close personal relationship to his guests and a lofty familiarity of the mad world they experience, Tiga seeks his own answers for his journey, while uncovering enlightening moments of his guests own personal experiences. Well worth it if you’re a bit old school and have done your time behind the decks

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