Rolling electro, haywire acid a disco-fuelled DJ tool and much more…

DJ Seinfeld – What Kind of Sandwich is This? [via XLR8R]

Assembled out of “sounds from the cutting room floor deemed too unsavoury for public consumption,” we’re treated to a free download taken from the upcoming DJ Seinfeld release on Natural Sciences. The full EP, Ruff Hysteria, is out in digital now with the vinyl dropping on April 10th.

Follow the link above to download.


Mystic Bill Edits – Difficult Politician

Hot on the heels of his recent Crimes of the Future release, William Torres AKA Mystic Bill has served up disco-fuelled DJ tool that would probably see plenty of rotation with the likes of DJ Harvey or the Idjut Boys.


Chris Moss Acid – Black Philip (Live @ Moog)

Recorded during a recent Polybius Trax label night, the Barcelona-based label offer up this a live version of ‘Black Philip’, the A2 on the Chris Moss Acid release, The Waiting Room EP. Haywire acid that isn’t for the faint of heart.


The Burrell Connection – ebullient_draft1

It had been a while since we last heard from The Burrell Connection – the producer responsible for inaugurating West End Communications back in 2015 – but it’s a welcome return as the Glaswegian mesmerises with a free download, reminding us why we first paid attention two years ago.


DJ Bamber – Can U Dance?

Rolling electro goodness with sweeping chords, available as free download via the childsplay Bandcamp on behalf of Bristol’s DJ Bamber.

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