Thermal Bear ‘Could Be Nice EP’

Sasha’s imprint proves why the London head Thermal Bear is a particularly interesting production force. Straddling garage, electro and tech, we like.

Various Artists ‘Keysound Recordings: This Is How We Roll’

London garage imprint Keysound unveils a contemporary compilation packed with reasons why the underground is still brimming with new ideas.

Space Dimension Controller ‘Welcome to Mikrosector-50’

The debut album from Space Dimension Controller arrives, bringing with it galactic funk and stellar electro worthy of any exploratory mission to Mars.

Click for an invite to see Ivan Smagghe this Thursday

Kill The DJ’s inimitable player will play an evening soiree for 120 people in East London this Thursday- here’s how you can join the lucky few.

Get your free Fabric mixtapes here- SCNTST and Nitin

A bumper package this week from Fabric, with solid techno business from SCNTST, and housier grooves by Nitin- all available to download here for free.

CHOICE CUT: John Tejada ‘The Predicting Machine’

Returning for a second album on Kompakt, Tejada creates a masterful meld of futurist electro breakbeats and deep tech- his best in years.

Lee Curtiss ‘Lunatic Fringe’

Never the king of subtlety, Lee Curtiss delivers explicit lyricism, big noises and bumbling basslines for Visionquest. Late night music for freaks no less.

DJ Linus ‘KB’s Groove (Kris Wadsworth/Analogue Cops rmxs)’

Kris Wadsworth and Analogue Cops offer two new interpretations of DJ Linus’ 1997 hypnotic house music anthem, but in the end you really can’t touch a classic.

Rework ‘Werewolf EP’

Quality Playhouse style house music from Rework after a five year gap in production work, with remixes from Remain and Magda to boot. Quite the offer then.

Norman Nodge mixes next Berghain CD

The club’s resident, a known procurer of Detroit and UK techno, not to mention Chicago house, will deliver his instalment- the sixth in the series- mid October.