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The Weekly Rewind


You know the drill, a few releases, all bought together wrapping up another week in an exclusive for online readers. Enjoy

Tom Wax & Strobe bring their talents together again in a collaboration for Toolroom records delivering the incredible Hangdrumania, a track that set dancefloors on fire in Miami in many parties throughout the week of the Winter Music Conference in Miami. That melodic hook and low-slung drums make for a perfect soundtrack for those dark, underground techno floors or a daytime party. Versatile.

Canadian born Producer, mixing & mastering engineer under the alias Preme Diesel, an outlet for his darker offerings, which seems to be quite rare considering his well versed talent, releases A Sentry Was Born, a vocal ridden electronic tune that really emcompasses his talent for producing excellent numbers. With darker undertones,  bubbling with slow but groovy bass lines entwined with dynamic synths, it’s a first release via Preme Diesel. A great original from this Canadian talent whose talented in a number of genres, lets hope we see more.

Eagles & Butterflies  track “Cosmo Congo Bongo”released on Get Physical Music, is an infectious track full of real life recordings, live drums and organic noises, with a whopper bassline.

German producer Reboot’s music draws inspiration from a diverse range of musical styles. His new EP “Reboot The Frenchie Thing’  illustrates his varied influences.   Title track‘The Frenchie Thing’ is an up-tempo dance track with the use of piano giving it an uplifting classic house sound.

An upbeat and energetic tune featuring larger than life vocals , house influenced throughout,  on the break it takes in trap inspired imaginings, flipping the switch while keeping the energy fully.

Mark Jenkyns is back onboard the Hot Creations imprint, this time featuring vocalist MC Chickaboo. Skream is on remix duties for their debut on the label, with On Me, bringing techy basslines and funky madness, a release that adds the perfect tone to the infectious vocals while aiming straight at the peak-time floors

Mike Simonetti formerly of Italians Do It Better, focuses on his new project, Pale Blue, with his first release and his debut album The Past We Leave Behind arriving 14th April. 3rd track streaming ahead of its release date The Math encompasses  rhythmic grooves while also incorporating Simonetti’s varied background a slight experimental project but none the less very catchy

Dino Lenny follows up his enormous release Its Saturday EP on Ellum with a release on Crosstown Rebels’ sibling Rebellion; the double-sided ‘Don’t Believe’.”Don’t Believe EP is the perfect example of his recent mood. Two tracks featuring his own dark & underground 70’s inspired vocals that merge into the deep, edgy synths. The result is quite psychedelic and very intense like the lyrics themselves ‘Don’t Believe’ in ‘Plastic Men’”

Berlin based Kill Frenzy released his second EP ‘Bombs & Trains’ on Midnight Munchies back in 2011, featured here is Tsar bomba,  a great track thats deep dark and driving with plenty of cool sound effects to remind you of the cold war. Bomb track.