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HUXLEY: FOR REAL

Huxley talks longevity, collaborations and steering clear of the pop-dance route...

FRACTURE: BREAK FROM THE NORM

Fracture's footwork-inspired jungle experiments are something fresh...

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MARC ROYAL UNVEILS AMBIENT ALBUM

T-Power leaves drum & bass behind for downtempo opus 'The Lazy Nine'

VIDEO: LONE 'RESTLESS CITY'

Cartoon flick for Lone's jazz/house magic
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HIGH FIVE: OCTOBER

The five nights you need to hit in the UK this October!

NOISE IT UP! MUTE!

Mute! was started in 2011 as an illegal rave in Bolton by two lads...
Stack It Up EP - Hardware Hustlerz - Syncrophone

Not content with rewiring the Detroit techno code with Ike Release as Innerspace Halflife, Hakim Murphy drops a killer analogue release. 'Has 1' is a driving, housey groove that gives way to eerie synths swooping in, while 'Has 2' sees him venture down a deeper route, back towards his Detroit techno sound. The highlight however is 'Silent Monk 2', a rough and raw percussive workout that centres on a searing bassline.

 

 
Valyrian - Standerwick - Future Sound of Egypt

Daisy-cutting beats, zipline-ing synths, belching distortion and at least two monster moments more than your average — one of the current shining hopes for UK trance drops science here.

Micron/Swing Left - Stephen Brown - Real Time

The talented Stephen Brown has changed direction since he returned to music-making. Gone are the hyper-kinetic rhythms of releases on Djax. Nowadays, he is more likely to be making the kind of reflective, bass-heavy grooves that feature on his latest Real Time release. ‘Micron’ features cinematic, textured soundscapes, but is lent some dancefloor bias thanks to its snappy percussion and nagging bassline. As its title suggests, ‘Swing Left’  is a swinging rhythm, full of jazzy nuances and sees Brown veer into the space once occupied by Ian O’Brien.