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Phrased – Come with me (L B Produce)


The mysterious Phrased delivers his second solo EP on his very own L.B. Produce, an imprint reserved for mesmeric deep house beats and pseudo-acid sonics. ‘Come With Me’ is a Chicago-kinda joint with dubby pads and a hazy melodic structure, while ‘The Edge Of Forever’ is full of broken drum machine beats dipped in a luscious coating of reverb and a subtle 303 swagger. Last but not least, ‘Mist’ replaces all beats and grooves in favour of ambience and a deep river of electronic abstraction. A big like!

Federico Molinari & Alexis Cabrera – La Vueltica (Raum Musik)


Oslo Label mastermind Federico Molinari returns on Raum, this time together with his mate Alexis Cabrera. Both of them are hailing from Argentina but are currently living in Berlin, where they also met and decided to start a project together. This is what comes out. ‘Palasquesea’ is a true gem!

Thor – Consequences (Sushitech)


Great music from Iceland! Sushitech pulled together a classic compilation of Thor’s finest work. If you ask Meoko, this is a record you need in your collection. Thor performs as his own, Oz Artists and Sanasol. Very cool tunes, which sound still modern today! Meoko loves it!

Datriix – Flying One Hand (Op.disc)


Dartriix is a sporadic but permanent collaborative project between two of Op.Discs label heads, Fumiya Tanaka and Yoshihiro Hanno aka Radiq. After 6 years of absence, Dartriix finally makes their return with this intensive double pack LP Flying One Hand, which is a good surprise to us.

Roger – EP1 (Neostrictly)


The Roger EP consists of 2 tracks, delivered by the production team-up Vlad Radu, Martin Glowacz and Nils Weimann, with an additional remix by Michael Melchner. All three tracks are different in terms of structure and harmonic elements, everything being combined in such a way that music can be enjoyed at home or on the dancefloor. Michael Melchner’s remix is an absolute banger!


Detroit People Mover – Shelter EP (Bla Bla)

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Interesting 4 tracker from Detroit People Mover with a minimal gangsta vibe, rather dubbed out and funky! Straight from detroit and released on the label Bla Bla Music. Limited to 300 copies and soon available..

Boo Williams vs. Glenn Underground (Maad)


2 supreme Chicago heavyweights go head to head across 2 slabs of wax… step up Boo Williams & Glenn Underground! This double-pack is pure fire & was originally released in 1995 on miniscule Trax offshoot MAAD, fans of that bouncing, stripped back, funked out House music look no further, it’s all right here!