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Pangaea – Bone Sucka // Selected by Joe Innes
UK producer Pangaea returns to Hessle Audio – which he runs with Pearson Sound and Ben UFO – for a dancefloor-focused 12″. The A-side, ‘Bone Sucka’, is a continuation of the work Pangea’s been doing in recent releases: heavy bass weight and breakbeat science combine to create a track that crosses bridges between the techno and UK bass scenes. It’s set to soundtrack late nights in sweaty basements for months to come.
Seb Wildblood – Wet Plants (Telephones remix) // Selected by Lou Rey
Church-affiliated South London producer Seb Wildblood reveals a remix of his track ‘wet plants’ by Berlin-based producer Telephones, to be released on Swedish label Omena. Airy pads and strong percussion make this a perfect tracks for DJs looking to build intensity early on in the night, or for home listening: the song is eleven minutes long, and moves through many different phases, giving it a unique quality.
Bicep – Opal (Four Tet Remix) // Selected by Charlie Brun and Joe Cook
Two of the biggest artists in electronic music, both fresh from releasing highly acclaimed albums, together at last. Four Tet reworks ‘Opal’, from Bicep’s self-titled EP. Clear hallmarks of his style can be heard in the richly layered sounds, but much of the original track’s structure and key elements remain intact. This tune will be a festival stage summer anthem – and we’re only just into April.
Ex-Terrestrial – Urth Man // Selected by Felix Davies
Canadian label Pacific Rhythm share this blissful new tune from Ex-Terrestrial. Featuring floaty pads and sharp breaks, this tune will appeal to fans of UK bass music, along with the wider house and techno world.
Kish! (Hates you) – BENZO! // Selected by Holly Smallbone
Up and coming rapper Kish! (Hates you) unleashes his new single ‘BENZO!’, a piece of floaty hip-hop for fans of rappers like Yung Lean. The track’s instrumental, supplied by T_n490, has a distinct childlike feel. Video game textures compliment the smooth flow and laid back bars.
Phelian & Bucky – Close // Selected by Fred Cc
For those dark-night bus rides, some lucid 2-step from Phelian & Bucky. With distinct shades of Burial in the atmosphere, these two London producers have put together a tune that shows us all UKG is alive and well.
Fold – B2 // Selected by Jacob Jeffery
Shall Not Fade Keep up their hot streak with their white label series. Hidden on the B side is this cut by Fold, aimed directly at the dancefloor. This release, along with it’s whistle-along synth lead, is going to become a fixture for many a great DJ.
Murlo & Conducta – Together // Selected by Alexander Shovell
UK bass bossman Murlo launches his new Coil Records imprint with this Conducta collab. Featuring the classic Murlo fluttering synths, and a killer 2-step rhythm, this track could be the start of a very bright future for this young label.
JD. Reid – Piggy Bank (ft. Slowthai) // Selected by Emanuel John Psathas
Off his fresh mixtape Tree, JD Reid links up with one of the brightest lights in the underground rap scene, for this killer trappy cut. Slowthai is on great form, with his flow perfectly complimenting the kind of hard beat we’ve come to expect from JD.
Hermz4k – IN A BIT // Selected by Callum Mtr Jack
An insane new track from xHermz4k. With production like the dancier sound of Mumdance, and a flow like a young Trim, this track has edge. For fans of the experimental side of grime.
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