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Seven years after his first release on Dirtybird in 2005 – and with a slew of ace remixes and productions in between – super-talented San Fran DJ/producer Justin Martin has finally delivered his debut
Blue-eyed soul: it’s a sound epitomised by Hall & Oates and Michael McDonald and a look pilloried on YouTube with the hilarious Yacht Rock series
To mark the success of the past eight years, co-founder and mainstay resident Stuart Geddes has put together a 13-track spin to reflect the Mulletover sound
With Scandinavia currently going through another renaissance in leftfield electronica, Kompakt add another Danish act to their roster
Soundboys and girls who like their garage stripped back to swivelling rhythms and intense bass will dig this.
The duo may have some work to do on defining and refining their sound, but like the Vikings they’re so keen on, they may one day conquer.
It perfectly compliments Bruno Coviello’s punkish electronica, which mixes lesser-known 80s genres coldwave and Belgian new beat with New Order, industrial and even electroclash
Having ditched trance in favour of fluid, melodic, deep house, Lodemann’s debut album collects the best of his output since 2009