We love Bandcamp day! as we’re sure you do as well. The online music platform continues to support musicians around the world by allowing 100% of sales go direct to the artists. This trend has helped sustain the electronic music scenes, as we edge towards that glorious day when we can hit the dance floors again.

On that note, things are looking more promising by the day when it comes to clubbing. In the UK, party promoters and venues across the land have already started booking in DJs from June 21st, whilst avid ravers cross their fingers in the hope that nothing delays this promised date.

We can only hope that things continue to get better as the light at the end of the tunnel edges closer. But for time being, we can bask in the marvellous sounds that have been, or about to be released for the start of “summer time”.

Anz – Unravel In The Designated Zone

Never expect anything less from a export of Manchester, Anz continues to light up the internet forums with serious class.

REES – Computer World

Our favourite producer from Boro drops three tasty neo-italo tracks on our favourite up-and-coming indie label, Part Four.


One year on from the hugely successful Flatbush Ave EP, HYYKEN returns with to Fresh Take Records with righteous rhythms.

Late Night Drum Club – Altered State VA

Late Night Drum Club’s new VA already sounds exceptional with producer’s pushing a warmer, slower, and more thoughtful sound.

Overmono – Pieces of 8

Made on a synthesiser called ‘the virus’, the Bromley based duo are back with bang in 2021. Track of the summer? We think so.

Trance Wax – Rayna (Shanti Celeste Remix)

Chilean native, UK-based Shanti Celeste brings her contemporary, eclectic UK flavour to the nostalgic Trance Wax project. 


Belfast producer releases a huge double sided mixtape featuring 100% original material under his original flip side alias.

Talik – Cold Silver

Bright new sonic starlet brings rhythmically inventive electronic music with a wide sphere of reference to Intercept.

Mono-Tone – Panoramid (Tech Support Remix)

Swiss live electronic artistry meets UK capital style as Tech Support supplies a smooth AF remix for Midnight People.

Jerome Hill – 1994

Mad and insane musician Jerome Hill lays down weird and wonky machine funk jackers on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams.

DJ SWISHA – Bushwick Birkin

NYC resident and Fool’s Gold presses to wax an intriguing jungle affair, featuring friends Diyr & Kanyon.

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