Dropping his latest track, ‘Summertime Blues’, with Chris Lake today, UKG’s leading light, Sammy Virji selects 10 of his favourite old-school and new tracks.

'The Club' by Ghost

Arguably one of the greatest UKG tunes ever made, a cross over of the bassy and vibey garage.

'Circles' dub by Oppidan

An unreal bootleg of the iconic 'Circles' by Adam F.

'Love Inside' by Todd Edwards

Personally, this is my favourite Todd tune. It's classic Todd vocal work.

'AM to PM' by Bakey & Capo Lee

Bakey and Capo are one of the most dangerous link ups in modern UKG.

'Heaven' by salute

salute is the chief of new school, vibey and garagy, sample-based house. This is one of my personal faves of his.

'One Sixty' by MPH

MPH is the best at the bassier side of garage and this is brand new from him. It goes down so well live.

'Peach' by salute & Sammy Virji

This is a personal favourite of my own tunes. The link up with salute has gone down a treat, it's a nice and smooth track.

'Friendly Pressure (Into The Sunshine Mix)' by Sunshine

My all time favourite UKG tune.

'Shella Verse' by Sammy Virji & Flowdan

Any tune with Flowdan goes down a treat but this one is special for me as it put me on the radar of a lot of people and is always a highlight in my sets.

'Badman Nuh Inna Dat! (Big Bore Riddim)' by Killjoy

My get-out-of-jail-free-card tune, the legend Killjoy made this banger using Beenie Man vocals.

Listen to 'Summertime Blues' now: