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'King Tide' - NEED FOR MIRRORS - Horizons

"'King Tide' has been a work-in-progress, but a staple for most of my sets over the last six months. A ragga vocal, deep pads and deadline-inspired breaks, make it a stand-out groove."

'Still Image' - CONFUCIUS MC - YNR Productions

"This is one of my favourite tracks from the project.  I'm a massive film fan, so writing a verse that's centred around metaphors using cinematic imagery was something I really got into. The beat has a smoky, film-noir feel that felt perfect, shout outs to Keor Meteor on the production."

Mandroid - Mediks & Shimon - AudioPorn Records

Heavy, hard and fast. Machinery gone wild. This track literally sounds like the entire electrical contents of your house have joined forces to create some kind of killing appliance army, and they’re coming for you...

The Touch (Solaris Heights Remix) - Grum - Heartbeats

Around one minute and 34 seconds into 'The Touch', a broad, beaming grin should, if your face is all working properly, start to spread warmth into your soul. Scots wunderkind Grum has manipulated a Nina Simone album to some rather devastating effect here. It’s the kind of affirming house music that makes you fall in love with it all over again and want to hug strangers on a sweaty, pulsating dancefloor. In the sun. Add some very competitive mixes from Sebastian Leger, Solaris Heights and Andre Sobota, and you have an ample and unexpected contender for track of the summer.