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Hoochie Koochie (Lindstrøm Remixes) - Band of Skulls - Ignition

Scandinavian disco nobility, Lindstrøm, returns to the console after an almost two-year studio hiatus. Albeit not original material, these buoyant remixes of bluesy rock troupe, Band of Skulls, function quite charmingly. If Russell Marsden’s vocals don’t appeal, then there’s a useful instrumental remix for you which is assisted by a dub-disco mix from Blue Lotus and an alternative from The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach.

Outbreak feat Armanni Reign - Zomboy - Never Say Die

A rather predictable and identikit wobble, lasers and riffling drums affair here, helped by the vocal, but not enough to make it truly likeable.

'Cyclops' - DISTANCE - Planet Mu

"An oldie, but a favourite of mine. You just wanna turn it up!  One of the coolest tunes made!"

Run - Genix - Anjunabeats

Slotting in neatly with the groove-driven, electro variant on the trance genre that’s been working so well in the clubs lately, Genix proves for the umpteenth time that he’s effortlessly able to stand out from the pack. ‘Run’ is grounded by a particularly lush, melodic electro bassline that bubbles vibrantly in the breakdown, granting it a real sense of trance euphoria. The production is gritty and rock-infused, though delivered with impeccable studio work.