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Debut single from this hot new London drum & bass band
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'Dank' - K-LONE & ILL CHILL - Unreleased

"K-Lone's signature UK fruitiness matched with a killer vocal from LA rapper Ill Chill. Look out for this one."

Delft 08 - Various - Delft

Talk about a transformation; in its original format, LA-4A’s 'Invader' is a decent slice of grungy techno with some eerie Konders keys, but it reaches a new level when Alden Tyrell remixes it. Hardcore samples screech in over militaristic claps, a grainy bass stomps like a skinhead losing it after too much Scrumpy and the end result positively exudes menace. Man of the moment Matrixxman is tasked with remixing  another LA-4A track, 'America Kid', but even his hypnotic, acid-soaked version can’t compare to Tyrell’s apocalyptic meltdown.

 
Warrior EP - VuurWerk - Lo Recordings

Murky meanderings from Vuurwerk, who combine Sylvie Kreusch’s delicate vocals over dark synths and delicate drum programming. For fans of Walls and general shoegazing.

Mi A Raver feat The Ragga Twins - King Yoof - Sub Slayers

Here's a firing junglistic bassbin assault from the mighty King Yoof, featuring the legendary Ragga Twins vibing up the place like there's no tomorrow. The London-based producer drops heavily-delayed keys, blistering sampled breakbeats and dubby low-end for a booming soundsystem vibe that's guaranteed to get 'em throwing shapes in the dancehall. Sub Slayers has been a little quiet of late, but this is a hugely welcome return to the fray.