DON'T be surprised if superstar DJ Ummet Ozcan releases a remix of a well-known classic track anytime soon.

For the producer has admitted he is working on a "few classics".

The DJ, best known for hits Raise Your Hands and The Code, has been digging into the music archives to come up with his next floor filler.

But he remains tight-lipped about the sort of sound he is creating.

He said: "I am kind of working on a few classics now, but that’s still confidential. There are many big tunes from the 80s and 90s that would do great in a 2017 version."

He added: "I got a few cool tracks up my sleeve. Keep an eye and an ear out for it."

Perhaps fans of the music star will get a chance to hear the fruition of labour when he plays dance music festival Coloursfest at Braehead Arena next month.

The DJ returns to the city to play a set at the festival on Saturday, August 5 alongside Dvbbs, Timmy Trumpet, Will Sparks and Headhunters - and he admits Glasgow has a special place in his heart.

He said: "Festivals are a lot of fun. There is more energy, noise and spectacle, so you can hit a high easier. Plus we catch up with other the DJs and get wasted.

"Glasgow always has a special place in my heart. The Arches was an absolute must-play venue back in the day and I recall a few crazy nights. I even believe it was one of my first shows abroad."

The 34-year-old added: "I have been working on some special sing-a-long tracks for my set, so it’s gonna be big fun. I know the Scots are fond of singing."

Born in Putten, Holland, Ummet, who is of Turkish and Dutch heritage, began his music career more than a decade ago.

He started out producing music with techno and trance influences before he joined most of his contemporaries in making a sound suited to an increase in popularity of EDM.

Today, he describes his sound 'Ozcan Style,' adding, "It’s genre crossing dance music."

But his ambitions to create music stretch beyond the dance scene. For he hopes to move into the world of movies and emulate the success of film composer Hans Zimmer, who is best known for scores on Inception, Gladiator and The Last Samurai.

He said: "I am a big fan of the work of Hans Zimmer.

"He is the boss, just listen to the soundtrack of Interstellar or Inception. In my off-hours I am experimenting with film music and soundscapes and hope to be as good as him one day."

Aside from Hans Zimmer, Ummet also points to fellow Dutchman Tiesto whom he describes as a role model.

He said: "I don’t admire anyone in particular but I think that a role model DJ like Tiësto is very inspiring for anyone who wants to be professional."

And for anyone who want to get behind the decks, Ummet offers the following advice: "Get a real job, no kidding. Start to make your own music, it’s essential."

Making his own music is the reason why Ummet is one of the big names within the rave scene. But if he wasn't producing his next hit, he would settle for the world of computer programming.

He said: "I’d probably be a computer programmer, I am a bit of nerd sometimes. Or maybe a game designer, still got some cool ideas for that."

When he is not geeking out, Ummet unwinds by becoming a Masterchef in the kitchen.

He joked: "I bake a damn good banana bread," before adding, "When the festival season starts, I get in a combat mode and just do my job.

"But I live near a forest where I walk my dog, that’s the way for me to reload and unwind."

With a decade of experience behind it, Ummet passion for music is still very much alive but even he admits creating a track with sustainability is a difficult task.

He said: "The sustainability of music is highly pressurised. The life span of a track gets shorter and shorter.

"In general, music needs some time to adapt, but at the current release rates it’s more difficult than ever.

"Not so encouraging for aspiring producers."

The nature of the industry, however, has not put Ummet off who still very much has sight set on the future and achieving goals.

He said: "My mission is not accomplished yet. But we’re getting there."

Catch Ummet Ozcan at Coloursfest 2017 which takes over Braehead Arena Glasgow on August 5.

Thousands of party people right next to the River Clyde, with over 60 artists playing across six arenas, it’s the dance music event of the summer.

Tickets are on sale now via Skiddle, Tickets Scotland and Ticketmaster plus local outlets across Scotland.

Check the Colours Facebook page for a full list of outlets.