London-based electronic artist Hardt Antoine presents his pick of 10 tracks to help combat that creative block.

Claude Debussy’s 'Arabesque' by Isao Tomita’s Electronic Interpretation

“I learned to play this, pretty terribly, on the piano as a teenager. To hear it now with the sound design I grew to love hits the nostalgia spot!”

'Learning To Fly' by Mathew Jonson

"One of my favourite electronic artists doing his magic - can listen for days.”

'Maxi Merlin' by Lee “Scratch” Perry

"Groovy, electronic vibe from the Jamaican Dub legend with a soul filled ad-lib vocal - incredible.”

'I Never Learn To Share' by James Blake

"This track technically blows my mind and emotionally pulls hard at the heartstrings.”

'In Sfera' by Premiusku

“Intricate, emotional and incredibly groovy minimal house jam - huge inspiration.”

'Vivaldi, The four Seasons: Winter 3' Recomposed by Max Richter

"Hypnotic, syncopated, evolving ostinato strings. This feels like very quality electronica repurposed for orchestra."

'Journey To the Sun' by Joey Negro, The Sunburst Band (Dennis Ferrer Remix)

"This remix from a real hero perfectly summarises my first deep dive into house music in my late teens."

'Burial' by Near Dark

“My favourite track from the legendary album - his use of samples, in particularly the vocals to portray a clear message totally different to the sampled material is creativity at it’s finest.”

'Sketch 7' by Eagles & Butterflies

“On the first and 300th listen, this melody just blows me away."

'Don’t Forget about me' by Noname

"Perfect track for an introverted daydream break. I really love R&B but I find most modern tracks rarely hit the soul spot for me!"