Our resident in-house selector Andrew Wowk lays down ten essentials for your crate
Swarm Intelligence – Chromium Chambering 
A brutal, polyrhythmic techno/drum & bass hybrid that blends gritty atmospherics and spaced-out effects with grinding drums and growling basslines.
Bobby Analog – Energizer [Body Fusion]
The kind of uplifting, lush house that would have been at home in Detroit in the 90’s. More house music like this, please!
HTRK – You Know How To Make Me Happy [Ghostly International]
Melbourne’s post-rock-meets-electronica duo continue to explore the heady space where the two genres meet, but with a more melancholic energy.
Deep’a & Biri – Roots [Black Crow]
Deep’a & Biri’s first single since their 2018 full-length album, this psychedelic trip through chopped-up breakbeats, analogue signals and chunky kicks.
Niteski – Who Dance [Audiophile Music Group]
Proper electro continues its resurgence with this quirky, robotic slice of freaky funk.
Per Hammar – Short Waves [Planetary Notions]
Proper tech house grooves. Deep, rolling, and hypnotic, with just the right amount of funk.
Nosk – Summer Night 
Just some good old fashioned breakbeat rave goodness full of bouncy bass stabs, soaring pianos and chunky beats.
Distrikt – Third Kind [Dispatch Recordings]
Absolutely deadly, deep, and dark drum & bass on a techy tip. Razor sharp beats and rugged bass stabs keep the vibe rolling throughout.
Silas & Snare – Whistle Blower [Kaizen]
A rabbit hole of wonky sonar blips, deep bass, and shuffling percussion, this is techno at its trippiest.
Mahakala – The Realms [Mahakala]
Om Unit dons a new alias for a cerebral drumfunk workout which takes break manipulation and atmospheric sound design to new heights.