Crate Digging with Andrew Wowk. 10 tracks you missed in January

Our in-house selector Andrew Wowk deigs deep down the Bandcamp hole to find 10 tracks you might have missed in January.

  1. 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.

  1. Atomic Moog – Weeping In Dreams [NORITE]

Taken from the Noritian Mysteries II compilation, this is the French producers at their trippy, stripped-down best.

  1. Cosmo Lopez – MMXX [SQNC Records]

Warm, uplifting chords sparkle above thunderous, crunchy breakbeats in this throwback to the golden era of warehouse raves.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. Mike Parker – Yog Monster [Spazio Disponibile]

Grinding, hypnotic, low-slung techno rhythms from a master of sound design.

  1. Konduku – Orbu [Nous’klear Audio]

The Netherlands born, Berlin based artist delivers a slice of hypnotic, intricate techno with a subtle tribal influence.

  1. Jeroen Liebregts – Hunter/Grazer (Sinecure Remix) [Audio Assault]

Dark, twisted, and techy breakbeat with a deliciously growling bassline.

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Andrew is a DJ, producer, and writer from Sydney, Australia. He loves a wide range of underground electronic music, and loves talking about it as much as he does listening to it. He might have strong opinions, but they're formed on the basis of years of experience and the depth of knowledge that comes from them.