Our in-house selector Andrew Wowk lists his top 10 essential tunes for February
Kincaid – Stare Into My Monstera [Aeon]
An absolutely loose jam that rolls along with choppy drums, huge Nord leads, and a chunky bassline. Peak time goodness.
6th Borough Project – Right Next Time (Frederick Remix) [Fifty Fathoms Deep]
Lush, uplifting deep house made for sunrise sets. Beautiful vocals, warm chords, and a classic Moog style bassline.
Mary Yalex – Remember When [Dichotomy]
If you’re after something heady and hypnotic, but still drenched in melody and emotion, this is it.
Ecotone – Gluttony [Dame-Music]
Dark, sinister electro with razor sharp beats, psychotic synth loops, and a gritty acid bassline.
Hadone – Optical Glasses [Taapion Records]
IDM-meets-ambient-meets-breakbeat in a flurry of skittering beats, chopped-up vocals, and lush pads.
Volor Flex – Blowing Smoke [Apollo Records]
Rolling 2-step beats shuffle away under moody minor chords in this essential slice of future garage.
Giovanni Damico – The Sound Of Revolution [Lumberjacks In Hell]
A funked-out trip through the disco cosmos courtesy of an Italian legend.
Adryiano – Me And You And Here (Pitto’s Groove Your Body Remix) [Heist Recordings]
Bias – Riverblood [Koslif]
Deep, immersive, grainy dub techno that would make Basic Channel proud.
Marc Romboy – Zukunft (Third Son Rave Mix) [Systematic Recordings]
Doing exactly what it says on the label, this peak time monster throws us right back to the 90’s acid house explosion.
Aubrey – Binary Jazz [Out Er Germany]
Taken from the UK artist’s first album in 18 years, this lovely deep techno jam adds hints of Detroit and Chicago to the mix.