More tough rolling tech-house aimed squarely at the main room (at peak-time!) by the ever-reliable Material staple. They have on board the New York city legend Joeski here, who served up his dancefloor weapon "Brrr" earlier this year and it now gets treated to a series of equally worthy renditions - which will keep this killer persisting well into the latter part of 2018. We particularly enjoyed Spaniard Lexlay's wonky bass-driven monster, while British rising star Sizeup injects some swing-fuelled boompty action into it on his retake. Qubiko from Italy delivers the most powerful rework, further example of his talent that has earned him releases on Toolroom, Defected and Suara recently.
Mihalis Safras Material Series is back and that can only mean one thing: adrenalised main room tech house. And they're certainly not messing around on this one! They go out all guns blazing from the start with Frenchmen Oxia and Olivier Giacomotto's "Feeling" getting a makeover by the latter, turning into a deep tech house cruiser that's perfect to set the mood in the early hours; killer breakdown on this too, you've been warned! On Russ Yallop/Volkoder's "Hydro" (Volkoder remix) it's one seriously adrenalised peak time anthem with a craving for the acid life: fine bys us! Finally Toronto's finest Carlo Lio gives "The Organ Track" a makeover like only he can on this dub techno laden monster that rolls through the speakers like a steam train: expect the likes of Paco Osuna and Nick Curly to be smashing out this one this summer.