Review: There's no mistaking the sound of Filterheadz, who bring the infectious party vibes with every production, holding onto their unique tribal-tech sound that never fails to rock a crowd. 'The Game' is a return to their very best with its relentless rolling groove, funky chopped up bassline and all-round "fun". As with many of the Filterheadz anthems this will appeal to all styles from house to trance and absolutely everything in-between. Expect the likes of Carl Cox to be dropping this peaktime across the globe.
Review: Giacomotto drops a killer tribal release on Umek's 1605 label. Like the Slovenian's own take on this sound, "Jilik" is not just a succession of DJ friendly, drummy grooves. The title track sees him deliver heavy tribal beats, but these are accompanied by wild analogue yelps and drugged out vocal samples. There is a similar approach on "Malmy"; on this occasion, the groove is more tracky and repetitive, but there's a succession of filtered break downs, drops and builds. Coupled with a series of sweaty vocal samples, it's enough to keep even the most attention poor DJ busy.