LA's Moar returns to the sultry Trad Vibe imprint alongside relative newcomer Artisanal, and the pair have landed with the instrumental version of Gamma, a magnificently balanced breakbeat album that menaders off into more downtempo spheres. In all honesty, this is pure LA fire, the sort of gear you'd blast out the speakers with the hood down. It's a shame about the weather in the UK. But, crucially, this music is nothing but vibes so, wherever you are, it should bring through some of that crucial Californication for the soul. Cop it, son! Recent Los-Angeles finding, Turbotito, is making some proper waves on Bordel - cold, freezing waves that we love. Back on Bordel, this is a remix affair, spear-headed by the artist's original version of "Different", a bittersweet electronic lullaby for the lovers. The first remix by Norwegian legend Kasper Bjork comes through with a punchier drum machine and a little less vocal action, while the Gemini Brothers launch a more progressive house reframing, and Kasper Bjork's dub mix closes things off with a deep, heartfelt groove. Bliss.