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'Pulse Wedding' - GUNDAM - Unreleased

"Guaranteed reload every time. Quel banger."

Alluvion - Agoria - Innervisions

Another prime example of how Innervisions are climbing towards trancier territories with their recent output (and managing to blow the roof off with it). French maestro Agoria delivers possibly his most melodic, epic effort yet with ‘Alluvion’, from the opening twinkle of bleeps that greet its gradually rising syth swells, to the mad rushes of melody that swell in its latter parts. Drama and deepness come in equal measures here and make for a winning combination.

 

'Grime Lord (Loom's OKLO Remix)' - BECOMING REAL - Zone

"Another one that bugs you out in just the right way, perfectly set up by the wistful intro."

Witch Blues EP - Gantz - Deep Medi

A fine EP from the G-man, who has been steadily concreting his rep within both Deep Medi and the dubstep fraternity as the producer to watch if you like your shit well crafted. Four tracks all made with a wonky panache — from the wobbly sorcery on ‘Witch Blues’ to the darkly ethereal collabo with Bristol’s Rider Shafique — it's dubstep 3.0, showing the depth and range that can be explored within (& without) the template.