Our resident record selector Andrew Wowk takes a look at the Top 10 tracks that are doing it for September
James Zabiela – Vines (Earlham Mystics Remix) [Born Electric]
Luke Abbott dons his Earlham Mystics alias to turn Zabiela’s floaty electronica original into a driving, Balearic stormer.
Luca La Rocca – Deep Impact [Prophet Recordings]
An apt title for this up-tempo, rolling dub techno ride.
John Lever – Endless Sea (Bering Strait Remix) [Bering Strait Archives]
A beautiful piece of melancholic shoegaze/electronica.
Ellen Allien – Flying Objects [Nonplus Records]
Creepy vocal samples weave in and out of tweaked-out acid, stripped-down drums and otherworldly atmospherics on this heady techno trip.
George Fitzgerald – Burns (DJ Seinfeld Remix) [Double Six]
Old school progressive breaks vibes here thanks to some huge low end, reverbed vocals, and floaty synths.
Wavescape – Voyager [R&S]
Lush, warm, intergalactic future jazz flavours that wouldn’t have been out of place on an early Underground Resistance B-side.
Dtroy – MandleBr0t Pie [Detroit Underground]
From the depths of Detroit’s underground comes this dark, quirky slice of electro that’s strictly for the more open-minded dancefloors.
Nicolas Bougaïeff – No Escape [novamute]
Heavy, grinding industrial techno from one of the most exciting newcomers to the scene in the past couple of years.
Locked Groove – Drop The Midrange [Locked Groove Records]
Stepping well outside of his comfort zone, Locked Groove delivers a killer deep jungle cut full of nods to the genre’s rave beginnings.
Jack Fresia – AB [Echobound]
A chunky, tribal-flavoured techno roller with an infectious bassline.