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DJ Normal 4 + Luca Lozano

DJ Normal 4 + Luca Lozano unleash gusty hails of fast-hitting drums, catchy hooks and shredding breaks all wrapped in one, geared to smashing up the most milk-warm dancefloors out there.

Luca Lozano / Ruf Dug: Massive 1

For the first number of Junglish Massive, Klasse Recordings boss Luca Lozano summons Rüf Kutz honcho Ruf Dug. A lethal combo on paper that reveals just as satisfying when the needle hits the groove. We’re not quite sure whether Junglish Massive will be exclusively coming in the form of such collaborations but one thing’s sure, ‘Massive 1’ sets exemplary standards.

Best Tracks of 2015

It’s this time of the year again: Best of lists are back! You hate them, right? Well, don’t be such a grinch. This best tracks list’s only purpose is to dispense a tiny dose of what’s been, once again, a brilliant year for musical creation, with plenty more than just dozens of top-notch EPs and albums.

J-Zbel: How I Made My Mom & Sis’ My Sexbot Slaves

With its chopped-up percussive groovers and hat-laden shufflers ready to set ablaze any sleepy dancefloor, this debut EP from the mysterious J-Zbel entity doesn’t fail at pushing things even further in terms of old-school brute-force.

Rezzett: Goodness

Goodness won’t be much of an original complement to Rezzett’s young catalogue, but is very much another fierce musical object in the straight wake of their ‘Rezzett EP’ and ‘Zootie’.

Livity Sound: Livity Sound

CD1
1. Pev & Kowton – Beneath Radar (Kowton Version)
2. Pev & Kowton – Raw Code
3. Kowton – More Games
4. Pev – Aztec Chant
5. Pev & Asusu – Remnants
6. Asusu – Sister
7. Pev – Erosions
8. Asusu – Rendering
9. Pev – Livity

CD2
1. Pev & Asusu – Surge
2. Kowton – Jam01
3. Pev & Kowton – Vapours
4. Asusu – Velez
5. Pev & Kowton – Junked
6. Pev – Saltwater
7. Pev & Kowton – End Point
8. Asusu – Too Much Time Has Passed
9. Pev & Kowton – Beneath Radar (Pev Version)

Special Request: Hardcore EP

After the astounding success of his viciously compelling 2006 single Erotic Discourse, Paul Woolford somewhat disappeared from view. While the producer continued to work, notably issuing 2011’s
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Machinedrum: Room(s)

1. She Died There
2. Now U Know Tha Deal 4 Real
3. Sacred Frequency
4. U Don’t Survive
5. Come1
6. Youniverse
7. Gbye
8. The Statue
9. Lay Me Down
10. Door(s)
11. Where Did We Go Wrong?

Red Snapper

Red Snapper is to be considered by many as one of the most forward thinking and intuitive live / electronic fusion bands of the past 2
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