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Eddie from TR One’s Best of 2017

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  Regis – The Master Side EP (Blackest Ever Black) The sound design, the drum programming and the downright funk make this Regis stepper one of the best tracks this year. Equiknoxx – Congo Get Slap/Flagged Up (Mark Ernestus Mixes) (DDS) Mark Ernestus crafts these Equiknoxx tracks into a rhythm and sound of unique proposition. You will get lost in both these tracks. Calibre – Lit (Signature) By what I … Read More

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Ian Lamont From The Nightfly’s Best of 2017

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  Davy Kehoe, Short Passing Game (Wah Wah Wino) I couldn’t believe that a man called Davy Kehoe would pass up the opportunity to name his debut album “Says Hello” and I also could not really believe my ears when I heard this record first. It’s such wild music, and I guess it could sound quite abrasive, but knowing Davy a bit better now I think it’s probably more a … Read More

Glenn O’Brien from Just A Blip’s Best of 2017

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As usual, reissues and unearthed obscurities take up a lot of listening bandwidth but these are top of the class for Just A Blip in 2017. Ellen Arkbro – For Organ and Brass (Subtext Recordings) Meditative drones inna meantone temperament stylee. A+. Visible Cloaks – Terrazzo (Ft. Motion Graphics). (RVNG Intl.) Opened a door to the Fourth World and now I can’t find my way back. Lord of the Isles … Read More

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Platinum Ray from HeatWerk’s Best of 2017

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Juju & Jordash – L-Motion (DKMNTL) Somehow Juju & Jordash have surpassed themselves with their last LP “Sis-boom-bah!” That’s no mean feat given the strength of their back catalogue. I chose this track L-Motion off the album as it’s the perfect track for an opening set. It’s 4/4 pulse will sound nice and spacey in the club, but the detail in the production and stoney sounding elements means it’s a … Read More