J.M.Z. – DCM12

British producer JMZ releases a new track “inspired by a recent spontaneous 3am drive through downtown Miami.”  Named after the Delorean in Back To The Future, it’s a track aimed at capturing “the feeling of that moment and the desire to re experience it,” hence the nostalgic title.  Its vintage sounding synths certainly give it a vintage feel,…

SOUTH SPACE RECORDS – SOUTHSPACE001

Burgeoning label and creative collective have spent the last couple of years releasing daring electronic music and fusing it with visual art in clubs around the capital.  Now, they formally cement their vision on ‘SouthSpace001’.  Label boss Stan Sorrell told us it’s “an accumulation of our SouthSpace sound along with some guest features from extended SouthSpace…

ELHEIST – MATTER OF FACT / NOT THAT EASY

South East London rapper/singer Elheist teams up with Province friend and collaborator Haich for ‘Matter Of Fact / Not That Easy’. The new track is an ode to Mississippi songwriter Ray J – kinda. Elheist’s vocal begins smooth and echoing over some leftfield beats from Haich. Before long, things take a turn for the heavy,…

+44RAPTURE – AREA CODE

‘Area Code’ is a confident debut album from young British producer +44RAPTURE. It’s a twelve track affront from twisting, stabbing synths that sit above a bedrock of bass-heavy, deeply percussive beats. Think Sam Gellaitry meets Klimeks. “For me, Area Code has been a massive highlight in my life for the past year and a half…

MODEL 86 – MONO

Model 86’s follows up ‘Holdin’‘ with another single from upcoming EP ‘When You Realise People Are Not One Dimensional Characters In A Movie Of Your Life’ [July 8].  The track is a daring mix of live and synthetic instrumentation; combining pianos, pan pipes with both deep synths and acoustic bass sounds.  Stream below via SoundCloud.

THE NINETYS – ALL SAINTS

Released on London/LA label Veyron Arche, this new joint from The Ninetys goes seriously hard.  Choral vocals soar over hectic, skittering percussion, chopped up horns and some of the most majestic bass we’ve ever heard.  Stream below via SoundCloud.

KLIMEKS – ELECTRIC AVENUE

Wavemob kingpin Klimeks releases new track ‘Electric Avenue’.  Fortunately for us, it’s not a remake of Eddy Grant’s 80s smash, but a majestic slice of Trap-tinged Future Bass.  Synth melodies tumble over skittering percussion, punctuated by the kind of screwed down vocals you’d expect from A$AP Mob.  Stream below via SoundCloud.