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PREMIERE: ALEX NERI & FEDERICO GRAZZINI 'DESERT ROSE'

Out on Steve Lawler's VIVa Music

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PREMIERE: ADAM PORT 'I NEVER WEAR BLACK'

Out today on Keinemusik.

THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS RETURN WITH 'BORN IN THE ECHOES'

Out 17th July
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Kingdom Come - The Viper & Nosferatu - Neophyte

A clash of two Dutch hardcore legends on this one, bringing nothing less than pure fire to your speakers. Rampant beats and repetitive hip-hop hype vocals give this track incredible energy, which is offset perfectly by the pop-rock style break, which gives the dancefloors a brief moment to draw breath for the ‘stadium clap-a-long’ section of the track. Follow this up with a killer melody, and drop back to the raging kicks, and you have a mainstream hardcore hit.

'Gyalist Riddim (Doctor Jeep Remix)' - KILLJOY - Tumble Audio

"Tumble Audio is definitely one of my favourite labels. Every release kills it. Doctor Jeep is one of my top artists and never disappoints — this remix is a perfect example of that."

New Palms - Kinlaw - Ramp Recordings

Peeking up over the precipice waving a gem of a record in their hands after a period of radio silence seems to be the preferred method of operation for Ramp Recordings of late. But in Kinlaw they’ve enlisted a producer who proves over the five tracks that he’s prepared to do weird properly. Titan strong basslines dominate brittle percussion and field recordings that sound like they’ve been fed through a dial-up modem and slowed down x48.

'Israfel' - COLLEGE HILL - Unreleased

"A juggernaut of a tune powered by a melody that will not leave your head for days."