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Premiere: 99LETTERS – Neo Life

Launched ealier this year with a rather massive debut courtesy of Dutch electro crack DJ Overdose, Budapest-based outlet Dalmata Daniel continue their exploration of wide-angle sonics and supple floor-oriented material with a new instalment from Japanese producer 99LETTERS. Over
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Premiere: Asymmetrical – Banging In The Haze

Asymmetrical ‘Banging In The Haze‘ is a dusty jam brimming with raw hi-hats twirling along acidic synths. Marking the transition from a busy night to the caressing light of dawn, a celestial and smooth melody takes over darkness and deploys its wings towards welcoming lo-fi house lands; still exuding a metallic aftertaste of down-pitched breaks, muffled drums and magnetic bleeps.

Premiere: TRP – Tragic Ending

Following up to an impressive breakthrough EP for Lobster Theremin released earlier this year, German producer TRP – real name David Willenberger, steps up on Bristol-based label Shall Not Fade with a top-notch followup. Stream the wistful ‘Tragic Ending’ within.

Premiere: Akasha System – Vague Response

‘Vague Response’, due out early next month via 100% Silk, makes for Akasha System’s proper introduction to a wider audience. Deploying six cuts of smooth coastal house with a gleaming audio patina, the EP sounds like it’s put the sun in a bottle. Stream the title-track within.

Premiere: DJ Problemas – Love Simones

After contributing a track to rising Croatian outlet low income $quad’s second compilation, Lisbon-based producer DJ Problemas steps up with his debut solo outing, ‘Fúria De Viver’, out now via Berlin-based imprint Out Of Order. Stream ‘Love Simones’ in full within.

Premiere: Evitceles – Thrown

Fresh off his debut release on US tape label Cloud Bank, Bulgarian producer Evitceles strikes a second time with ‘Risingvanity’ for Cologne’s Noorden, a well fine piece of understated techno flirting with the inmost depths of ambient music.

Premiere: Leonardo Martelli – Il Registro

Menacing like JAWS’ main theme at first – a sinister bass strumming in a desperately shark-less ocean, ‘Il Registro’ offers what certainly counts as one of Leonardo Martelli’s most compelling slabs to date, combining the immersive impact of wistful pads with the galvanic crunch of a stealth breakbeat lilt. Straight up killer.