Next batch of remixes from the ‘Ultraviolence’ album are here, featuring productions from Richard X, The Juan MacLean and the mighty Pepe Bradock.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again; nobody does it quite like Playaz! Decimal Bass and Konichi start off the EP under their combined guise Annix, with this disgustingly dirty dancefloor smasher. Fast-paced and hyped, like all good jump up should be, but with a subtle industrial techy undertone hidden beneath the commission. The EP also features four belters from the duo under their solo monikers, with an extra free bonus track if bought direct from Playaz.
Dusky have arguably always delivered progressive bangers that masquerade as deep house, but the parallels are more obvious in this absolute smash-hit of a record, which packs enough of a punch to take it all the way to the very top of the Beatport charts. Essentially a full-blown piano rave anthem, ‘Yoohoo’ pulls out all the stops — a stomping groove, big synth stabs, and even a Kosheen vocal sample — to ensure that maximum hands-in-the-air impact is delivered.
The masked leader of the harder styles, ranking No.39 in last year's DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, Angerfist continues his assault on your ears with a brand-new three-disc album. The title track from this LP sends a clear message of what he stands for. Put simply, hard and fast music. With vocals from MC Nolz, this track is almost a call to arms for the hardcore army to unite and rebel against the mainsteam. This will certainly strike a chord with fans of the harder styles, and no doubt raise roofs around the world for months to come.