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14 Jan 13
21 May 12
Played by: Santero, Jakal, Krl, Tiago, Dominic Martin Aka Domsko), Shadow Dancer, DJ Dizzy, Juno Recommends Electro House, Thomas Schumacher, Aka Tell (A.g.trio), Kissy Sell Out, Angela Fisken, The Golden Toyz, Digitalism, Groove Armada, Top Billin DJ Team, Flashmob, Phonique
Review: Since his emergence, Duke Dumont has been notable mostly for a lack of material, choosing to hint at his obvious talent on a series of infrequent releases and remixes for a well respected and disparate range of labels including Turbo, Tigersushi, Phantasy Sound and Dubsided. It is on Tiga's evergreen label Turbo that we might finally get a conclusive insight into the musical mind of the Duke with a series of four EPs promised over the coming months entitled For Club Play Only. The debut instalment has been preceded with some fanfare thanks to requisite "club play" of lead track "Street Walker" from Turbo's circle of premiere DJs like Erol Alkan. That advance hyperbole is justified as the track is immense, lifting a sample about prostitution and weaving it around a mutant warehouse groove. It's followed by the equally accomplished "Thunderclap" which wouldn't sound out of place on a KiNK record and an electro funked alternate take on "Street Walker".
25 Feb 13
Review: The unlikely heavyweight connection of Dublin and Kingston heralds the second single from the Dirty Dubsters forthcoming Fire It Up album. Enlisting the unmistakable vocal rasp of legendary 'Mic Veteran' Burro Banton. ''Dem Can't Stop We'' is the infinitely catchy jungle/d&b hybrid the Dubsters are devastating dancefloors with, and this mini EP features surprising remixes that come from very different sides of the jungle spectrum. London's Yes King goes with a bubblin' 90's style digital riddim inspired by the golden era of Dancehall while Colorado's Bobby C Sound TV delivers a ghetto funk style mid-tempo break complete with earth shattering synth bass. Another international link up release from Irish Moss Records.
04 Apr 13
Review: Believe it or not, but DJ Shotnez (aka Ori Kaplan) was a founding member of Gogol Bordello. Now he makes inspired fusion hip-hop featured here in four tracks with corresponding mixes. Highlights include the catchy and quirky "Hoje Festa", the gypsy beat of "Part Of The Glory (feat Balkan Beat Box)" and the feelgood cumbia (with a hint of Lambada?) of the Superpendejos mix.
25 Feb 13
Played by: Juno Recommends Electro House
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Played by: Juno Recommends Progressive House
19 Jan 13
Review: Here's a good one - next time someone stops and asks you whether you've got the time, slap your headphones on their lugholes and play them this. They'll thank you for it: the only time that matters is "Electro Swing Time", and in their heart they'll know this. Across the whole EP expect to find myriad dusty, crackled piano, brass and woodwind riffs, all looped with jaunty jacking glee. Highlights abound but the slinky snake-charming vibes of Stex's "Bee Bop" and Patty Eagle's juddering funky prohibition homage "Gangster Story" represent the EP with the highest accolades.
18 Dec 12
Played by: Alltek Records
18 Jun 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Juno Recommends Dubstep, Juno Recommends Electro House, George 601, The Golden Toyz, Ground Control
Review: Getting Million Dan to spit lyrical over your track is the ultimate go-faster stripes. Dancefloor hype is pretty much guaranteed with his instantly distinctive dulcets. Mind you, dancefloor hype is pretty much guaranteed with any Deekline & Ed Solo track. And having spent most this year making rather cheeky nu funk bootlegs, they've flipped the switch with this wonderfully upbeat roller. With equal measures of rave and skank, this is quintessential breakbeat. Fans of four/four should opt for DJ Icon & Ground Control's version, ghetto-minded booty shakers should head for RacknRuin's mix while the dubstep crew should aim for Revolvr's evil half-step mix. No one's getting left out on this one. It's time to reload!
23 Oct 12
Review: French bass monkeys Dirtyphonics' forthcoming album Irreverence looks set to blow all speaker sets to pieces with their noxious cocktail of D&B, electro and dubstep. And this is the first taste of what's to come: a sparkling, Technicolour halfstep romp that shines and gurgles and a pristine yet ravaging groove. Remix-wise all bass bases are covered with Metrik providing a rather superb D&B flavour, 12th Planet serving up a loco dubstep jam, Darth & Vader painting an electro picture and Nicolas Malinowsky get dirty on a B-more flex. This track more than lives up to its name.
24 May 12
Mylo - "Paris Four Hundred" (Odyssee Minimal - Trancey - Progressive Barre Avec Multiples Breaks remix) - (4:50) 121 BPM
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25 Jun 12
Review: Making for a great entry into K7's always essential DJ Kicks series, German electro-house duo Digitalism aka Jens Moelle and Ismail Tufekci pick out some interesting selections from amongst their peer group. WhoMadeWho's shuffle beat disco ace "The Sun" finds a welcome home amongst a new mix of The Rapture's "Sail Away" and an edit of Gai Barone's "Alicudi" from the Digitalism pair. However special props have to go out to the quite-stunning waves of pitched-up chords that make Kulsch's "Lorely' an instant classic. Available as individual, unmixed tracks or as a continuous DJ mix.
23 Jul 12
Review: Last heard lurking on Sextoy Volume 10, the uncompromising Disconnect Head returns with yet another abrasive selection. Living up to the label's rather saucy moniker, each of the four tracks on offer certainly vibrate! Limbering up with "Bang!" we're thrown into his unrelenting spiky electro murkery from the off. Think Digitalism, but on a really moody flex. "Partez Pas" follows. The riff isn't quite so violent but there's still plenty of angular jiggery pokery to be found amid the solid four/four. "Time Out" follows and carries numerous echoes of "Bang!" with it. It almost sounds like a cop-out until you hear the final piece "Bang! Time Out", a cute combo of the two. An interesting concept - and one that opens up all sorts of creative mixing ideas.
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Played by: Jack Stat
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Scott Grooves - "Mothership Reconnection" (feat Parliament Funkadelic - Daft Punk remix) - (7:19) 126 BPM
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Review: If you haven't heard Digitalism's full length DJ Kicks mix yet, we strongly suggest you do... Arguably one of the strongest DJ mix brands in existence, it shouldn't come as much of a surprise to you that Digitalism's entry to the series rocks harder than Slash doing work experience in a quarry. It also features these seven exclusives, five of which are brand new works from the duo themselves and the other two are rather resplendent edits. The highlight for most will be their emotive take on The Rapture's "Sail Away". Awe-inspiring pianos and a deep, driving beat, if you're looking to cause major dancefloor meltdown any time soon, look no further. And that's just one of seven incredible tracks.
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Played by: Cloverfield
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