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Nightmares On Wax & Acid Mondays
Recalling the classic breakbeat of A Word Of Science, Dirty Triumphant is an exercise in Northern electro, cold yet funky.
The King takes on the sort of minimalist approach to bass science that mirrors Logos, setting itself up as a weightless crossover anthem.
Mark Ernestus Meets Obadikah
Mark Ernestus drops one of his most essential reworks ever, if you dig Chain Reaction and the more techno Burial Mix this is the dub you have been waiting for, pure murder.
Mica Levi & Oliver Coates
While both have showed they are more than capable of rolling a garage beat, Schoolhouse shows they can execute the sort of club tracks that would slot perfectly into an Andy Votel or Jonny trunk DJ set.
Further Off The Track
Return Of The Crocodile
African Head Charge
Psychedelic Muslimgauze style sample heavy dubwise destruction from the legendary African Head Charge.
$hake It Down
Doing for 2016 what Bug In The Bassbin did for 1999, Jay Daniel is bringing pure heat in the forms of breakbeat house Detroit style.
Sixth Spirit of the Bay
Sublime deep house from Jayda G on a rare off day from her and Fett Burger's Freakout Cult, Listen Closely sounds like a dream Jessy Lanza & DJ Sotofett collab.
PAN turn towards soulful RNB with ADR's latest, much like Yves Tumor but with more synths and less samples. Lost ya is a future champagne dance classic awaiting arrival.
Night Slugs Allstars Volume 3
Jam City dons an industrial digi-dub bashment number for Night Slugs latest Allstars comp, pure slick icy dancehall destined to jack.
Go 2 Sleep
Move Out EP
DJ Taye featuring DJ Earl
Sick, mechanical industri-dub from DJ Taye, sleepbound teeth grinders for the skilled footwork DJs looking to take it up a notch.