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When We Run Up On Em - Eddy Taylor & Dark By Design - Dark By Design Recordings

Hard as nails hard dance release here from king of hard beats Dark By Design, teaming up with rising talent Eddy Taylor and featuring a distorted vocal and screechy melody with some seriously heavy drops.

Emergency - Mark E - ESP Institute

Mark E drops his ESP Institute debut and it’s a killer. Smudged-out, nu-disco touches and hushed, deep house tones.

God What The Hell!? - Partyraiser & Darkcontroller - Partyraiser Records

Partyraiser is one of the hardest working DJs on the hardcore scenE. Clocking up countless miles on European motorways every weekend, he is often referred to as the people's champion of DJs. In 2014 he raised his game in the studio too with the launch of his own label, and looks set to continue the upward trend in 2015 if his latest EP is anything to go by. Collaborating with long-time friend Darkcontroller, 'God What The Hell' is a brutal 200+ bpm stomper. Lots of hardcore these days has big euphoric breaks, but these guys have opted for the purest form of the genre... hard, fast, relentless, and executed to perfection! 

You Can’t Stop Me - Venice Beach - Nang

French nu-disco duo make their way back into the spotlight with another EP release on Nang. Their second release for the label continues with a theme of mid-tempo, electronic disco, drawing upon various Balearic music influences. All this considered, Pete Herbert is the apt remix choice to work in a propulsive club mix from the heady original — appearing in vocal and dub versions, both being the highlights of the release.