It has chicken noises, it sounds part-samba and part-African, it has enchanting chanted lyrics and is just supremely funky.
Little dark and twisted minimal track from one of the upcoming stars of minimal.
Proper electro from 1984 before it split into more techno sounds and more rap sounds (very imperfect history lesson!) – this is funky as and will make you move your shoulders side to side at the moment. And all about radioactivity.
Minimal techno for the urgent changing of multiple traffic lights – imagine this is what noise goes on secretly inside a major junction of traffic lights.
Kind of slow, soft almost love-song done in an 80’s synth manner. Definitely beach material for the coolest of festivals.
Takes you up and takes you down and takes you up and takes you down – somewhat fun yet intense journey of melody.
Stunning floaty house music from when house really was house…1990 original release and seemingly overlooked at the time.
Forceful bass and filthy anger mixed up into an offbeat techno monster.
Clicky Ricardoesque minimal that tickled me.
Another kind of angry, door-beating track – the track name of Strobe Light perhaps gives away the intensity of the drums.
Heavy-hitting bass action – though as light as plastic packaging on top.
Quite a fan of Phone Traxx and their stripped-back basic garage, with almost 2000-era minimal techno melodies.