Crate Digging with Andrew Wowk – September

Our resident crate digging writer / DJ Andrew Wowk drops 10 record box essentials during September

Nullptr – CN2 [Fanzine Records]

Pure electro flavours with razor sharp beats, sci-fi effects, and gritty bass hits.

Simone Gatto & Fabrizio Lapiana – Day Three [Out Electronic Recordings]

Spaced out, hypnotic techno that layers beautiful pads over rolling beats and deep, rumbling bass.

Joe Morris – A Dance With Jupiter [Shades of Sound Recordings]

Lo-fi, analogue production meets Balearic bliss in this heady mix of tough drums and warm melodies.

Anthony Rother – Super Future Metropolis [Rekids]

Glitched-out, mechanical, four-to-the-floor filth from the German legend. One for the machine lovers.

Al Wooton – Bad Sound [TRULE]

Washed-out atmospherics, reverbed ragga vocals, tight percussion and huge sub hits make this a must have for fans of UK bass flavours.

Bxentric – Altered Signal [Nanda]

The Hackney newcomer delivers a dark, driving techno workout that hits the ground running with its twisted groove and doesn’t let up the whole way

Maenad Veyl – Take Nothing With You [Bedouin Records]

The champion of old school EBM/industrial vibes combined with new school production and sound quality continues his abrasive charge forward with no signs of slowing down.

Eliphino – IG Messenger [Secretsundaze]

A dark, energetic slice of breakbeat that sits comfortably in the dusty space between techno, electro, acid, and hardcore.

Djrum – Tournesol [R&S]

Djrum’s first new music since his 2018 album sees him continue his exploration of all things leftfield and banging with this charming, high energy mixture of ambient, gabber, and braindance.

Steffi & Virginia – Help Me Understand [Ostgut Ton]

The dynamic duo team up for a beautiful slice of deep, melodic electro carried by Virginia’s soulful vocals.

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.