A side of Archie Hamilton that I’ve not heard before, wit the cosmic-adventure hypnotic minimal coming out. It suits him.
A nice fat bass beat, with a kind of gurgling dubness over it – quite a tough way to take the dancefloor to another level – can already hear it in room 2 of fabric.
Nice, spooky minimal that sounds like someone going down a slide into post-e irrelevance.
This slow, stubby sub-bass gets me every time. I was a huge fan of Kimimanjaro 3 in particular – this is the first time I have heard the original sub-bass master.
Pretty cool Kraftwerk-style electro track from 1987 on the amazing Metroplex label. A few won’t like the vocals but hey, I do.
Techno with minimal bleeps, or minimal with a techno urgency – you decide.
Awesome yet quite understated house track. Just has that groove that lifts you up, and some snippy little vocal stabs. Does need slowing down a tad to get the most out of it.
Tough and chunky bassline-led underground beast.
An immensely singalongable disco track, filled with love and warmth that I’d dearly love to hear on the festival circuit.
An exciting amount of warmth yet power exude on this Detroit-feeling techno tune. Just amazing.
A truly ace remix of a classic – in very much a new life kind of bass style. Pangaea is making some really exciting and interesting music right now.
Just a solidly decent house track, a little bouncy, a little groovy, and some vocal snippets too.