Club House & Techno

Boxed In – Jist

Boxed In have today unveiled a brand new single ‘Jist’, as well as confirming details of their second album. Following barely a year after the highly acclaimed self-titled debut – which garnered support across Radio 1, 6Music, Spotify, KCRW and saw sold-out shows at London’s XOYO and Oslo –...

Gosh Pith – K9

Gosh Pith are pleased to announce new EP Gold Chain along with lead single ‘K9’, premiered via Stereogum. The Detroit based duo will release the four-track collection February 26th on LA label B3SCI (Jungle, Elohim, Aquilo) digitally and on limited edition, 12″ malachite-mint green vinyl. Gosh Pith are long-lost...

KStewart – Ain’t Nobody

KStewart returns with ‘Ain’t Nobody’, her new single set for release on November 13th on her imprint Cherry Jam Records via Warner Brothers. An uplifting and empowering dancefloor proposition, ‘Ain’t Nobody’ was produced by much in-demand producers and frequent KStewart collaborators TCTS and Karma Kid and sees Kate lay...

Louisahhh!!! – Change

Fresh off the release of her critically-adulated second EP with Maelstrom, Bromance Records’ American resident, Louisahhh!!! has announced the release of new solo EP Shadow Work out September 18th. She spoke to SPIN about the EP and her transformation from DJ to artist. Heralded as the reigning “Queen of French techno”,...

Panteros666 – Clear feat. Woodkid

Today sees the latest release from multi-faceted French musician Panteros666 ‘Clear feat. Woodkid’ accompanied by remixes from Chambray, ARME and Kodiak and a stunning video co-directed by Panteros666 and Ines Marzat, watch here. The breath-taking video is a distinctive collaboration between Panteros666 (Victor) and renowned art and film director...

Crystal Castles – Deicide

Following the release of ‘Frail’ in April, Crystal Castles ‘Deicide’ is unveiled, the band’s second track with new vocalist Edith. ‘Frail’ spent a full week at #1 on Hype Machine. Sincere thank you for the support. A new Crystal Castles album is on the way, ‘Frail’ and ‘Deicide’ are...

Ben Khan – Zenith

Ben Khan unveils a second cut from his forthcoming new EP, due for release May 11th via his imprint Blessed Vice. Following on from EP title track ‘1000‘ which premiered as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1 and went to #1 on the Hype Machine Blogged Artists Chart,...

PILLARS – Woman Without Her Love

London-based newcomer PILLARS has unveiled her second, blissfully electronic outing, ‘Woman Without Her Love’. The track follows previous single ‘Attacker’, which drew support from BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and an assortment of the top Hype Machine listed blogs, thanks to its subsequent remix EP. After catching the attention of...

Ben Khan – 1000

Ben Khan returns with the 1000 EP. Featuring four brand-new tracks, the EP will be released 11th May via Ben’s imprint Blessed Vice. First single and EP title track ‘1000’ was premiered as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1. The barely 22-year-old musician, vocalist, visual artist and...

Jonas Rathsman – Wolfsbane

Jonas Rathsman marks the inaugural release on the newly established Method White label, a club focused imprint from Disclosure’s Method Records that will deliver an on-going series of one-off releases available digitally and on a limited run of vinyl. Jonas has gone a long way to prove his value to...

Cain – Vayu

Cain’s only recently come to my attention via his Savan EP on Huntleys + Palmers last month. Taking obvious influences from Indian culture, he fuses dance music with classic middle-eastern vocal chops. It’s a sound Giles Peterson will no doubt be pioneering and with more and more of this type...

Dusky – Yoohoo

lfie and Nick are back with Yoohoo off their very own imprint, 17 Steps. The record sees the South London boys head back into more housier territory with their last few EP’s, namely ‘Love Taking Over’, ‘Careless’ and ‘Vanishing Point’ pointing in a deeper techno direction. ‘Yoohoo’s’ nineties piano-house...

Huxley – Body Talk

It’s about time we were treated to a new Huxley track. The boy doesn’t do anything by halves forging his way through the garage percussions and heavy low-ends like there’s no tomorrow. The spark, however, comes from those dainty piano chops floating above the virtuoso onslaught of the to-the-decibel...

Laszlo Dancehall – Plimpton (George Fitzgerald remix)

Laszlo Dancehall, the collective moniker for Leon Vynehall and Christian Piers’ side project, have just released their latest EP, LZD III, on George Fitzgerald’s Man Make Music label. The MMM imprint has already had some impressive releases. Shenoda’s Leslie Crowther EP and Trikk’s ‘Basement Traxx’ have stood out so far,...

XXXY – Never Enough

Red Bull Academy has clearly worked wonders for XXXY’s productions. His style is slightly progressive in its nature and I’ve found that I’m always slightly overwhelmed (in a good way) after listening to any of his records in full-length. ‘Never Enough’, forthcoming on Rinse is held with a freaky-acid...

Bicep – Circles

I’m running out of things to write about these Irish boys. Drum sequencing is by far their strongest point, but to be honest – everything else, including low-end manipulation, pads and structure are completely faultless. Their rise to prominence has got nothing to do with the luck of the...

Ejeca – Rick Flair

Notably less melodic than any of his other productions, it’s essentially a 3am pumping tech/house record. Funnily enough, it definitely has the characteristics of a Dirtybird track and I could quite easily imagine this being an Eats Everything & Justin Martin number. Nevertheless, it proves Ejeca’s versatility, he’s up there...