Review: Liverpudlian Steve Parry returns to Bedrock with his new epic "Dont You Ever Stop". A moody and hypnotic venture down into the void, powered by soulful vocals and shrieking acid inflections - this one is sure to get proper tunnel vision happening under the strobe light. Label head honchos John Digweed and Nick Muir then get stuck into a rework of up next, which by contrast is much more positive and euphoric, with its elevating chord progression and roaring bassline. With over two decades of experience behind the decks and running SMP3 Music - as well as Selador Recordings alongside Dave Seaman - you're in good hands with this progressive house veteran.
Review: Legendary Liverpudlian DJ returns on his Selador imprint with the Squidfist EP following up a truly legendary release that featured work by UK figureheads Dave Seaman, Darren Emerson and Danny Howells. The title track is an electrifying progressive house stormer that's sure to get the adrenaline levels up with its layers of mental arpeggios. Nottingham's master of deep house Charles Webster makes a surprising appearance delivering something a bit more techy tip than usual. Elsewhere "303 V" (OC & Verde remix) really brings the power with a storming and steely techno rendition that weil appeal to fans of recent sounds on top labels like Truesoul and Suara: they just happened to release on both!