Category Archives: Premieres

Premiere: pyxis – Arrow

Newcomer producer pyxis delivers her debut EP for Goldfat this month and we’re very pleased to have the premiere of Arrow for your Monday listening! Sparkling piano and uplifting melodies on the intro give way to sharp drums and bassline fizz at the drop…a warm liquid blanket ready for winter. Watch out for the release coming Dec 13th at all good digital stores!

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Premiere: nCamargo – Bulk

Today’s premiere lives up to its name, as nCamargo delivers a hulking slice of halftime darkness for AGN7 Audio. Sparse drum rhythms, groaning bass and ominous FX hits a-plenty…wicked stuff! Watch out for this coming Dec 20th at all the usual digital stores.

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Premiere: Dominic Ridgway – Stand In, Stand Out

Ronin Ordinance release possibly their most varied compilation to date in the form of Genso Vol. 2 later this month, and we’re very please to have the exclusive on Dominic Ridgway’s ethereal new track Stand In, Stand Out. Skittering halftime beat patterns and a beautiful collection of soft melodies make this one a hypnotic, spaced out ride on the deep side of 170. Check it out, and look for the album coming December 13th.

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Premiere: Tellus – Shimmering Valley

Tellus is in our premiere spotlight today with a cut taken from his forthcoming Landscapes EP for Locked Concept. Shimmering Valley is rich in texture and atmosphere, with reverb-laden percussion and cinematic synth-work taking centre stage; definitely one for the armchair rather than the dancefloor. Watch out for the EP coming December 14th…

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Premiere: Mohan – Vortex

Peer Pressure continue their trademark style of releases blending tech heft with soul and groove with the 6th volume of their Breaking Ground EP series. Today’s premiere comes from that release, with Mohan delivering a chunky roller; emotion on the intro, murk on the drop. Hit up the Peer Pressure bandcamp to grab this one right now.

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Premiere: Kelayx – Witches

Grimey tech minimalism on today’s premiere as Kelayx delivers a thumping new dark roller for Citate Forms! Nuff said…look out for this coming Dec 9th at all fine purveyors of digital drum & bass.

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Premiere: Dead Zodiac & Jaise – Breathless

Perth producers Dead Zodiac and Jaise join forces for homegrown Aussie neurofunk imprint Protocode on today’s exclusive. Breathless evokes classic early 2000s neurofunk, which will come as no surprise to anyone familiar with Jaise’s previous releases; driving sub groove, sci-fi inflections and warping basslines a-plenty on this one. The release drops Dec 6th at all the usual digital stores…

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Premiere: Xeomi – Sentimental

South Korean producer Xeomi is in the Dojo premiere hotseat today with a slab of tech-edged nastyness called Sentimental. Punchy drums and and roaring mid-bass spar across the tune with melodic touches; neuro, but still with funk. Check it out below and watch out for the release hitting Beatport on Dec 6th.

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Premiere: Banzulu – Gulfstream

Hypnotic business from Banzulu on today’s premiere; None60 continue their impressive run of leftfield 170 releases and we’re very pleased to have the premiere of Gulfstream for your ears! Quirky sampling, shuffling breaks and twinkling melodic touches give definition to a tune that defies genre pigeon-holing. Check it out, and hit up the None60 Bandcamp for preorders ahead of release on Nov 22nd.

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Premiere: Sam Young – Alluvial

Deep sonic textures on today’s premiere as Dutch producer Sam Young returns to his own Fussy Music imprint with the epic Alluvial. Created for a fashion show of the same name by Elodie Carstensen, this is a rich and atmospheric tune, built of sweeping synths and warm basslines. Look out for this coming via the Fussy Music bandcamp from Nov 29th.

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