Spooky szn has arrived early as Bristol’s QGB comes through with a Most Haunted inspired mix. It’s a ghoulish old school house party up in here 👻 With tracks like the aptly titled ‘Ghost & Darkness’ by Oris Jay & Innasound, QGB weaves through murky dubstep, rolling techno and deep house anthems with such awe-inspiring
Manchester’s BFTT brings his serendipitous club moments to the Untitled 909 mix series, describing his contribution as a ‘Best Of Compilation of some big blend moments that have happened during recent sets.’ Including unreleased tracks from himself, YCO Cru, Henzo and ‘internet friends’, BFTT’s mix excels in building pace, slowly chugging along via the percussive
London-based artist Yraki makes his debut on inklingroom with an immersive EP, ‘Argento’. With previous support from Loraine James, Yraki is one to watch as he exercises in modern club music aesthetics and a hybrid of experimental sound design. On ‘Zenith’, Yraki showcases a grand contemporary take on grime. ‘Argento’ by Yraki will be released
Despina returns to Kindergarten Records with a new EP, ‘Gravity Games’. The releases follows shortly after their debut on London-based label All Centre earlier this year. On ‘Your Invisible Room’, Despina explores the concept of space and stillness, with moments of quietness amid of the chaos of jittering, warping synths and crashing drum pattern. It’s
“It’s all about that N R G and losing yourself to dance in a sweaty club on a summer night. Cruising between techno, percussive rhythms of leftfield bass and some added experimental for the good measure. Club aerobics for your body and mind.” Based in Manchester, DR MYSTERY is a resident at NTS and the UK’s best club
Gone Baby Records returns with a new release from South Texan duo Nudo who, in just under 30 minutes, aim to evoke a kind of reverence for the ghostly grandeur of rural and agricultural hubs along the Texan border. The release was recorded across South and Central Texas over the better part of a year.
Bristol’s Pluralist has been on a steady rise over the last few years, consistently releasing mighty EPs which showcase his take on percussive driven techno and leftfield bass music. He has made appearances on forward thinking club labels such as Control Freak Recordings, Accidental Meetings, Pressure Dome, Left, Right & Centre and a forthcoming EP
London-based artist ELLES has been devoting herself to music since an early age, immersing herself in everything from alt 90s indie and shoe gaze through to R&B and pop. A creative spirit through and through from writing songs to drawing and customising clothes, ELLES was drawn to London’s legendary queer parties, warehouse raves, and live
ML – “A useless ruin, things are falling apart, even in our deepest, we long for harmony. A hypothetical path, for obscure reasons, fades into transparency. The mediocrity of Western culture, sicken by P.R., life offers a chance, a place for enthusiasm. The texture of the world, them can read it in your eyes.
A menacing roller taken from Coe’s forthcoming ‘Spin Cycle’ EP on GlassTalk. South London’s Coe made his production debut last year on Dublin’s Woozy imprint – now making his mighty return with a masterclass in mutant bass workouts. It’s an impressive release which features a remix from 3024/Version affiliate Yak. An exciting new producer to