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.