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HIGH FIVE: AUGUST

We give you five of this month's top nights
Knightrider - Damian William - IMO

There simply isn’t another label doing the type of music Orjan Nilsen’s I.M.O. does. Eccentric, sonorous, quirky and mod-wheel-fixated, they always have one swiveled eye on the dancefloor. You’ll be many things. Bored, though, won’t be one.

Between Heaven and the Deep Blue Sea - Mav - Scientific Recordings

We’re pretty sure we can hear dolphins but we’re not too sure how to feel about it. We’re all up for atmospheric tracks and yes, the EP is called 'Sounds of the Deep', but is it necessary to have actual dolphins?  The drum patterning is great and the bass is gloriously warm, but… those dolphins!

KVK800 - Mr Top Hat & Art Alfie - Karlovak

Karlovak chaps Top Hat & Art Alfie are at it again, busting out a pair of dirty disco devastators that simply won't quit. Karlsson's dub is totally irresistible.

Rocket (Jay Cosmic Remix) - W&W & Blasterjaxx - Revealed

Manchester’s Jay Cosmic is taking the world of electronic dance music by storm at the moment, with support from the likes of Porter Robinson, Hardwell, Krewella and the like. For his latest remix of this current house hit, Jay takes the gloves off and goes full-on hardstyle! With such impeccable production I really hope this is a sign of things to come from this bright UK talent.