Our resident crate digger, unearths 10 essential tracks you might have missed in April
- Simoncino – Afrikan II [Just Jack Recordings]
Deep, organic drums, reverbed chants, and chugging low end make this a must have for tribal house aficionados.
- RoogUnit – Edge 2 [Mote-Evolver]
Techno legends Luke Slater and Ø [Phase] join forces on this stripped-down, driving slice of machine funk which combines their strengths to devastating effect.
- NVNTR – Love Thy Neighbour (Love Thy Remix) [NVNTR Music]
The Detroit artist launches his eponymous imprint with some gritty, twisted electro that features the timely use of a classic spoken word sample.
- Kilig – What My Mind Needs [Shall Not Fade]
A beautiful combination of lush, atmospheric breakbeat and UK bass that continues Shall Not Fade’s hot streak of great releases.
- Audiojack – Psychoactive Pt. 1 [Crosstown Rebels]
Audiojack take a dive into the era of psychedelic 90s progressive sounds with this driving, uplifting cut perfect for hazy sunrises.
- Farron – T9CE [Voitax]
A unique combination of energetic, skittering breakbeats, searing acid bass stabs, and ethereal pads, all forged within an IDM/braindance framework.
- Bezier – Undulate [miv.]
80’s synthwave meets driving electro as euphoric chords and pads wash over relentless, energetic beats.
- Daniel Ruane – Oculus Headbutt [Failed Units]
A pitch-shifting monster that captures the carefree experimentation of 90’s hardcore, this brutal drum workout increases from 125bpm to 200bpm over the course of its duration.
- DJOKO – Ventura [Shall Not Fade]
Lush, groovy deep house that finds the perfect balance of funk, soul, and energy.
- Vexillary – Geneticist (Andy Martin Remix) [Blaq Records]
Warped, glitchy electro that leans heavily into the sci-fi ethos of the genre both in sound and subject matter.