Our in-house selector Andrew Wowk digs deep with Novembers DJ crate essentials
Aether – N.62 [Crosstown Rebels]
A beautiful, spacious trip through warm chords, stripped down percussion, and ethereal atmospherics.
Alex Jann – Robotic Prayer [DMK]
Deep, analogue electro that returns to the genre’s sci-fi roots.
Fabrice Lig – Gazoline [Integrity Records]
Gritty, grainy techno propelled by a catchy acid line and crunchy, mechanical percussion.
Ladymonix – Baby [Frizner Electric]
Sometimes less really is more. A simple, New York house groove with tight beats, warm chords, and chopped up diva vocals that catches your attention and doesn’t let go.
Traversable Wormhole – Geodesic Motion [Sonic Groove]
Adam X returns under his more leftfield, minimal alias for another delve into spaced-out, hypnotic techno.
Change Request – Shatter Proof (Anthony Nicholson Instrumix) [Fresh Meat]
A delightful little Chicago house jam that moves the heart and the feet in equal measure.
Davide Piras – Pangaea Heritage [Blackaxon]
A warm, heady electro transmission from the deep reaches of space.
Subradeon – Each One, Teach One [Character]
Detroit meets Italy on this lush, driving techno jam perfect for late night dancefloors.
Larry Quest – Conun Drums [Delusions Of Grandeur]
One for the percussion fiends, this is a jiving tribal vibe with bonus warm chords and vocal shouts.
Dampé – 727 & Arp Breaks [Dirt Crew Recordings]
Beautiful, organic deep house that carefully balances depth with drive.
Portrait – Halo [Our Circula Sound]
Tough, crisp beats and sinister pads make for a twisted slice of breakbeat techno.
Storb – The Donut Theory (Scalameriya Remix) [Elements]
Absolutely vicious industrial techno that takes brutal sound design into crunchy new directions