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HIGH FIVE: AUGUST

We give you five of this month's top nights
Jacuzzi - Croquet Club - Anjunadeep

The lead track from Croquet Club’s second offering on Anjunadeep has been turning a few heads. It’s a stellar mix of soulful vocals, summery progressive vibes and seductive synth blasts.

Generick/Intercooler - Perfect Kombo - Menu

Spain's Perfect Kombo is one third of Iberian triumvirate Breaks Mafia. Here he delivers a double dose of techy noisenik breakbeat with plenty of searing atmospherics and tight keyboard work. 'Generick' opts for crisp Far Too Loud-style glitch-bass and electric synth stabs over a massive kick-snare combo, while 'Intercooler' sends down rugged and brooding psy-tech bass, '80s-style keyboard stabs and classy percussion hits. One for DJs who tread the darker, more abrasive corners of the breakbeat genre.

The Game - Luna & E-Force - A2 Records

One of the pioneers of the hardstyle sound teams up with studio partner E-Force for this brutally raw affair on A2 Records. Without a shred of euphoria, this is as nasty as it gets.

Arthouse - Owain K - Artform

UK producer Owain Kimber comes good with three tracks that inhabit the interzone that dissects sublime deep house, dubby techno and bugged-out trackiness. The dramatic keys and pulsing bass of 'Night Echoes' is the most DJ-friendly, but it’s the shimmering, sensuous synths of ‘New Horizon’ that really hit the mark.