Hypnotic vocals and chugging drum patterns from the Microdosing boss.
Sparse, low strung funk from the master bassist.
Percussive piano-injected dub from the Is It Balearic? Recordings co-founders.
A heady concoction of ravey pianos and chugging DnB drums from the Music From Memory mainstay.
Shamanic techno meets Turkish folk, dug up from the 2011 live recording that spawned the seminal Kime Ne.
Twinkling polyrhythms from the Antinote mainstay.
An unpredictable mash up of breaks, electro and bass from the Red Laser Records boss.
Soichi Terada mixes Shinichiro Yokota’s Got To Be Real’ with Japanese folk, under his Omodaka moniker.
Low-slung boogie from a Brisbane singer, paying tribute to a golden era disco icon.
Melbourne funk four-piece cover a James Brown classic.