Crate Digging with Andrew Wowk – October

Our resident crate digger Andrew Wowk digs up a selection of tracks essential for any DJ record box during October

  1. Chris Coco, Luca Averna, & Antonio Prosper – Tropical Express [King Of Kong]

Lush, deep house grooves with a touch of Balearic euphoria.

  1. Vanity Productions – Hair Painted With Copper [Posh Isolation]

An expansive, melancholy ambient piece that skirts the line between dystopian sound design and warm expansiveness.

  1. Philipp Gorbachev – Sunshine (Vocal Mix) [S108]

The Russian experimentalist seamlessly blends techno, dubstep, and IDM in this dusty, bass-heavy stomper.

  1. P4V4N & Hyroglifics – All On Black [4NC¥]

The former Foreign Beggars front man continues his solo journey with an incendiary half-time collaboration with Hyroglifics.

  1. Raul Alvarez – May The Sun Return [Fallen Metropolis]

Beautiful, meditative, and colourful electronica that nourishes the heart and the mind with equal measure.

  1. Rnbws – Tanok [трип]

Distorted bass hits, electro/ghetto-tech attitude, and tripped-out vocals make this a standout cut from the second Hot Steel compilation.

  1. SubXtort – American Police State [Format Recordings]

The Chicago-based producer makes a musical and political statement with this loopy, funky banger that is quintessential Midwest techno. 

  1. ZaVen – Star Dust [Sublease Music]

A heady, melodic journey that rewards close listening and is best enjoyed with eyes closed and headphones on.

  1. Code Walk – Stretch [Peder Mannefelt Produktion]

Code Walk continues to blend genres and influences with an absolutely deadly cut that combines elements of breakbeat, electro, and IDM.

  1. Confuscius – Hollow Point [4NC¥]

Authentic UK dubstep flavours from the up-and-coming Perth artist.

About the Author

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.