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    Rusko – ‘!’

    By David Mark Levy In the late noughties the name Rusko was synonymous with the heavy new dubstep sound that was swiftly emerging from the London underground and into the global dancefloor consciousness. By 2010 the then 25-year-old producer was one of the primary draws amongst Diplo’s Mad Decent dossier and it is not unlikely...

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    Various Artists – My Favorite Robot 108

    By Melysa Williams My Favorite Robot Records will be unleashing a compilation EP early next month, and from what we’ve heard so far, it warrants more than just a few replays. Guy Mantzur & Khen’s epic 10-minute track “Touching Distance” gravitates towards a dark minimalist techno groove, building up into a up tempo synth-driven masterpiece....

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    Various Artists – Ibiza Underground 2014

    By Melysa Williams @Melysa_Williams Unfortunately, not all of us are lucky enough to hop on a plane whenever we please to visit the central party island of the Mediterranean Sea: Ibiza. Well, you may not be able to make it to Ibiza, but that shouldn’t stop you from indulging in its music scene. Ibiza Undergound...

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    Flaunt – ‘Codon’

    Canadian percussive genre-bender Flaunt takes you on a strange and audacious journey with his debut LP “Codon,” which was just released on Anticodon Records this week. It’s a hard record to pin down, but that’s by no means a negative insinuation. By virtue of Flaunt’s dynamic dossier of heady and engaging rhythms, he’s created a tasteful and original...

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    Harry Romero – ‘Tania (Remixes Part 1)’

    By David Mark Levy Harry Romero’s “Tania,” released in 2001 on Bambossa records, is a modern disco house bomb, featuring a tight Latin funk groove, and an infectious, slowly evolving disco melody. With it’s latest release, London’s Toolroom Records is giving it the full remix treatment with three different approaches from across the four-to-the-floor dance...

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    Rioux & Stephon Alexander – ‘Dance of the Illusion’

    It’s not often you hear a collaborative effort from a producer and a theoretical physicist. “Dance of the Illusion” is an upbeat, synth-driven tropical tune with a funky jazz groove served to us by Brooklyn producer Rioux and Trinidadian saxophonist Doctor Stephon Alexander. It’s the perfect feel-good track for the summer season, and there’s more...

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    Calvin Harris – ‘Summer (R3hab & Ummet Ozcan Remix)’

    Summer is almost here and that only means one thing: festivals. And along with all the crazy festivals going on, DJs will be dropping some serious mixes to our favourite tracks. Don’t you just feel so excited when a DJ drops an old track that you were once obsessed with? Now imagine a remix with...

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    Mikki Funk & Peer Du – ‘The Berlondine Connection EP’

    By Joshua Sherman Opening with a sub-120 bpm excursion back to the ‘80s in the form of “Take You There (Do You Remember?),” it’s clear from the start that Mikki Funk & Peer Du’s The Berlondine Connection EP has something more to offer than just club bangers. Indeed, the mid-tempo “Take You There,” which features...

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    Joe Ghost – ‘LIBG (Lose It Baby Go)’

    Toronto DJ/Producer Joe Ghost has made a name for himself by way of electro-house bombs with big-room bounce. His high energy, bass heavy concoctions have landed him in the beatport top 10 on multiple occasions and he has even been featured on Tiesto’s clublife Podcast as well as Hardwell’s BBC essential mix. His latest effort...