They walk you right off a cliff into the thin air of bass and shuffle.
The most bittersweet to this track is it should push Murder He Wrote above ground to regular Friday night rotation on Radio 1, and the underground will be sad to see him go.
It’s the dream of a techno purist. Deep and captivating…
Then heartache and Burial-style vocals-in-space set us up for searing bass. Highly recommended as your next break-up tune.
You’ll need everything from glow sticks to sandals for this collection, as it covers a lot of ground.
These are the grooves I love the best – simple, infectious and wiggle-inducing.
The continuing future of bass music is terrifying, but well illustrated in these five tracks.
Grinding synths hint at a gothic decay while propelling the track through wet streets at night.
What you wish every Friday night in the city feels like, a little vintage rave, a little modern global club.