A hefty month for music

Few Nolder – Porcelain (Octo Octa Mix)

July 21 on Future Disco

Few Nolder returns to the label that introduced us to him last year this July. Octo Octa hits the nail on the head with her ‘Eyes Closed But Drag Me On’ take on ‘Porcelain’.

The/Das – Drug Dilling (DJ Bone Remix)

July 14 on Life & Death

DJ Bone goes in with this beat. His hometown Detroit is clear to hear, but it has a contemporary twist perfect for turning the heat up.

Hippie Priest – Wibbles

July 11 on Argot

We don’t mean to go full-on dubstep on ye, but this one bangs. And wobbles.

Tobi Danton – Dope Place 

July 25 on Rough Limited

Rough Limited founder Tobi primes a four-track wax only release, the opener is a proper clincher.

Paolo Mantini – Next Generation (Pépé Bradock’s Braccio D’Oco della Villa-Beonis First Play)

July 24 on Rebirth

Parisian Pepe delivers an etheric uplifting cut for Italian imprint Rebirth.


Alexey Union – Lose Control

Oooff. When this one gets going it makes us feel like we’re in a sweaty rave, with lasers flying and vibes peaking.

Harmonious Thelonious – Ayranman

July 28 on Diskant

‘Ayranman’ marches through with a serious stomp in its step while some electronic buzzes compliment the dense textures.

Radio Slave – Feel The Same (Floorplan Remixes)

July 28 on Rekids

One of this year’s biggest club tracks is remixed not once by Robert Hood and his daughter Lyric as Floorplan. Decide which one you favour most above.

Mihai Popoviciu – Hypnosia (Frink Remix)

July 31 on Bondage Music

Stripped back one for those lowkey moments where the groove is key.

Carly Foxx – Call My Name

July 14 on Love Story Recordings

New labels launch every month. London based founder of Love Story, Carl Foxx makes a decent first impression with drum sequences and own vocal snippets. Manik also steps in with a house dub.

As I Am – Swim Inside My Soul

July 31 on Jump Digital

London producer As I Am proves darker techno can still be lively.

Ryan Murgatroyd – Something Said

July 21 on Get Physical

Get Physical curates their fifth Words Don’t Come Easy compiilation series with several brand new tracks.

Dennis Quin – Read Me Wrong 

7 July on Madhouse

If you think we’d leave out some solid house grooves from this list, your read us wrong.

📷  Max Miechowski


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