House

Sound Stream – Good Soul

When it comes to the world of disco house there's good music, great music and then there's Sound Stream. It's not clear exactly what Frank Timm does so differen... >>

Kornél Kovács – The Bells

Kornél Kovács wants you to have a good time. His previous singles have included references to Bugs Bunny and the cheesiest Italo, while the Studio Barnhus label... >>

Lost Scripts – Hiverned 4

Some people think that edits are lazy. It’s so easy to slap a simple drum track onto a forgotten classic. But just as with original pieces of music, edits can v... >>

August Roundup 2016

It's that time of the month again - all the best tunes from the last four weeks in one handy playlist. We've gone heavy on the techno in August, from sleek Detr... >>

Fantastic Man – Rhythm Algorithm

Among the recent crop of standout Australian dance labels, Superconscious is quickly establishing itself as one of the best (alongside the likes of Butter Sessi... >>

10 Cuts: Arabesque

As Islamaphobia and the refugee crisis continue to occupy the headlines, it's easy to feel that the relationship between Europe and the Middle East is dominated... >>

Vrrs – Deer V

Since Vrrs set up his Black Venison label in 2014, he’s focused on releasing modern house bombs with class – music that can detonate a dancefloor without sacrif... >>

Folamour – Novalaise

After a decade out of the spotlight, the last couple of years have seen French producers returning to underground dance with a vengeance. The likes of Antinote ... >>

Wulffius – In The Pines’ Crowns

Kiev’s Wicked Bass imprint has a strong history sourcing new talent. They issued debut releases from the likes of Huerco S, Raw M.T. and Innershades, artists wh... >>

June / July Roundup 2016

We didn't do a roundup at the end of June because of our series on the best of 2016 so far (which you should really check out), so here's a bumper edition, the ... >>
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45 ACP – Graveyard Shift

It’s rare for a producer to assume two aliases that are equally rewarding. Robert Hood and Floorplan spring to mind, or Call Super and Ondo Fudd, though recentl... >>

The Heat

The weather's finally putting out, so our resident DJ Moth has whipped up a globe-trotting party mix full of searing basslines and furious funk. Enjoy. ... >>
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Aphex Twin – Cheetah

Richard D James has been making up for lost time since his re-emergence in 2014. After almost a decade of silence the last two years have brought an avalanche: ... >>
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Lemme Kno – UNTHANK009

Two principles seem to guide Andrew Field-Pickering and all his endeavours – experiment and fun. His solo releases as Max D play with familiar genre tropes, whi... >>
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DJ Qu – Conjure

Nothing ever happened quickly for DJ Qu. Ramon Quezada started out as a house dancer in the late 80’s, started DJing in ’89 and didn’t produce music until 2002.... >>
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Powder – Afrorgan

The debut year of the producer known as Powder was about as fine a beginning as you could hope for. A pair of records on ESP Institute and Born Free marked a ta... >>
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Will Lister – Phantom

London’s primo dance record shop Phonica has been curating a small but tasteful catalogue on their in-house label since 2009. The latest addition to the stable ... >>