Review: Running Back's occasional One Swallow Doesn't Make a Summer EPs are always worth a listen, not least because there's no filler or fluff - just a string of tried-and-tested club workouts from a variety of artists. Volume three in the series begins in muscular, pumped-up fashion via some sweat-soaked Italo-disco-meets-Hi-NRG revivalism from Berlin twosome Cryk, before Snad takes over via the rubbery synth-bass, sparkling synths and jaunty breakbeat house grooves of 'The Most Euphoric Moment of My Life'. Voon's 'Brando' is a cheeky fusion of bubbly Euro-disco bass, unfussy machine beats and surging synthesizer melodies, while Lukas Lehman's 'Juno Cuts a Caper' expertly joins the dots between dreamy deep house and shimmering, life-affirming synthesizer soundscapes.
Review: Hanseatic heroes Diynamic return with another powerful edition in their Four To The Floor series and like the name suggests - this handful of sonic weapons are made to play guaranteed to burn up the dancefloor. Kicking off with a right legend of the scene: American legend Dubfire, whose "The End To My Beginning" serves up some more moody yet eloquent dancefloor drama There's more quality on here from Brooklyn based brothers Tom and Pete Cuppernull aka Anden with the melodic/hypnotic "Void" and rising Italians Voon with the blissed-out and emotive "Rose In Japan".