Our in-house selector Andrew Wowk deigs deep down the Bandcamp hole to find 10 tracks you might have missed in January.
- Millsart – The Infinite Voyage [Axis Records]
Jeff Mills returns under his Millsart alias for another exploration of the fringes of house and techno, where jazz, funk, and warm percussive grooves combine with sci-fi sonic explorations and otherworldly aesthetics.
- Atomic Moog – Weeping In Dreams [NORITE]
Taken from the Noritian Mysteries II compilation, this is the French producers at their trippy, stripped-down best.
- Cosmo Lopez – MMXX [SQNC Records]
Warm, uplifting chords sparkle above thunderous, crunchy breakbeats in this throwback to the golden era of warehouse raves.
- Semi-Skimmed Edits (James Greenwood) – Jungle Music [Semi-Skimmed Edits]
Disco edits are a dime a dozen these days, but when a real gem comes along, it stands out from the pack. This drum trip is a real winner for any fan of the funk.
- Deadhand Feat. DJ Prime Cuts – Skitty [SEAGRAVE]
Techno luminaries Mark Broom and James Ruskin showcase the breadth of their talent with this grimy, abstract hip-hop banger with tight cuts and sample manipulation from DJ Prime Cuts.
- Clouds – Kriegerin am Shadow [The Parallel]
A beautiful piece of leftfield, EDM-inspired breakbeat that channels Aphex Twin and puts him in a grimy warehouse.
- Tim Reaper – Who Run It [Lobster Theremin]
The rapidly rising UK star returns to Lobster Theremin with a blazing slice of old school hardcore junglism.
- Mike Parker – Yog Monster [Spazio Disponibile]
Grinding, hypnotic, low-slung techno rhythms from a master of sound design.
- Konduku – Orbu [Nous’klear Audio]
The Netherlands born, Berlin based artist delivers a slice of hypnotic, intricate techno with a subtle tribal influence.
- Jeroen Liebregts – Hunter/Grazer (Sinecure Remix) [Audio Assault]
Dark, twisted, and techy breakbeat with a deliciously growling bassline.