Our in-house selector Andrew Wowk picks 12 essential tracks during May
mmDenis Rodd – Inhere (Primary Perception Remix) [Cochlea Music]
Old school, dubbed-out breakbeat flavours that will have your head up in the clouds.
Amish Boy – Set Goering [Power Vacuum]
Pushing the limits of dancefloor-focused music, this slice of brutal, distorted techno is perfect for a dark, cavernous warehouse.
Alstadt Echo – We Feel Like Rust [Semantica]
A heady, moody, and atmospheric journey through dusty drums, washed-out chords, and crunchy sub bass growls.
Kangding Ray – Orcan Tears [ara]
Dark and psychedelic broken beat techno that strikes a balance between lush and gritty.
Data Room – Laugh Track (Jumping Jack Frost Remix) [Ecke]
One of the OG’s of warm, soulful jungle delivers a killer remix full of chopped-up classic breaks and sparkling melodies.
Arctor & Jay Hill – Mercurial [Superfreq]
Mr. C’s label takes a breather from classic tech house sounds to deliver some wonky-yet-blissful acid breaks from two of the most interesting artists out there right now.
Vesa-Matti Kivioja – Wavellite [Ljudverket]
Some serious head-nodding business here thanks to some low slung trip-hop flavoured bass and percussion and spacey, heavily reverbed atmospherics.
Denney – West Coast Revival [Hot Creations]
This one does exactly what it says on the tin. It’s straight-up mid-2000s West Coast house flavours and it’s a damn good groove.
Degray – Memento (Consciousness Mix) [Parse Audio]
A delightful 2-step track that takes things down a darker, more sombre route than is typical of the genre. Think a more dancefloor friendly take on Burial.
Kapote – Fusion 79 [Toy Tonics]
If you need a solid funk injection, this is it right here. Tough drums, slap bass loops, and cheeky samples make this feel like something you’d find shuffling through your dad’s rare disco records.
Flevans – It Just Goes (Ray Mang Extended Remix) [Jalapeño Records]
Fans of classic soulful, vocal house will be all over this blissful, horn-led jam with a fantastic vocal contribution from Sarah Scott.
Cousn – Brain Ticker [FAMLY Records]
Sometimes you just want some fun, up-tempo, tongue-in-cheek house music to bounce around to, and when that urge strikes, this should be your first stop.