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  1. Luca Agnelli - "Hypericum" (7:39)
  2. Arjum Vagale - "Liquid" (6:00)
  3. Vinicius Honorio - "Diamond Dust" (7:18)
  4. Luigi Madonna & Roberto Capuano - "Limitless" (6:46)
Review: More big guns for the main room (at peak time!) courtesy of tried and tested experts Drumcode - and they sure aren't messing around on part four of the sixth instalment of their A sides series. Tuscany's Luca Agnelli serves up the pummelling and furious DJ tool "Hypericum" while India's finest techno export Arjun Vagale continues to make waves with his dynamic sound and "Liquid" is no exception, as it electrifies your senses with rapid fire rhythms and mental synth sequences. On the flip, London's Vinicius Honorio serves up the tunneling and hypnotic journey that is "Diamond Dust" which has the potential to appeal to a wide cross section of techno DJs and their respective styles - loved the mesmerising Jeff Mills style chime melody on this one. Finally, two of the label's staples team up for what you could only expect as massive: Neapolitans Luigi Madonna & Roberto Capuano with the slinky late night tech house of "Limitless".
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NRG (12")
Cat: DC 189.
Techno
  1. NRG
  2. Orange Sunshine
  3. The Event
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Awakened (12")
Cat: DC 169. Rel: 26 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Times (6:00)
  2. Awakened (7:10)
  3. Sense (7:02)
  4. Apogeo (6:56)
Review: Ilario Alicante now makes his full debut Drumcode. He's established himself as a key player among a new breed of techno artists and really is one of the brightest stars in the game. Opening with "Times" Alicante gets straight into top gear, rolling through six minutes of pure power: this is a peak time tool if we've ever heard one and is set to be heard across dancefloors worldwide this year. "Awakened" is one you may have heard from label head honcho Adam Beyer's sets of late; rampant synths and mesmerising vocal hooks all make it one hell of a journey. "Sense" is a more industrial affair, led by its chunky bassline this one is a right trip too. The EP finishes off with "Apogeo", packed with hypnotic siren tones and acute percussion.
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Cat: DC 183. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Figure Of RA (7:08)
  2. The Acid Runner (6:38)
  3. Virgo's Echoes (6:27)
  4. Third Eye (7:24)
Review: Last year, Berlin-based Italian Ilario Alicanti pitched up on Drumcode for the very first time, following nine years spent building up his reputation via releases on some of European techno's best-loved labels. Figures & Echoes marks his return to the high profile Swedish imprint and begins with one of his most intense and energetic compositions yet: the throbbing, acid-fired, arpeggio-driven darkness of "Figure of RA". "The Acid Runner", a foreboding and panicked stomp through jacking acid house/big room techno follows, before fuzzy, ghostly and otherworldly motifs dance around a tribal techno groove on "Virgo's Echoes". A fine EP is completed via the creepy, sprinting-away-from-a-mugger-at-4am techno thump of "Third Eye".
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  1. Adam Beyer & Enrico Sangiuliano - "Preset Heaven" (8:17)
  2. Timmo - "Muzik" (6:11)
  3. Pig&Dan - "La Bruja" (6:37)
  4. Julian Jeweil - "Nasa" (6:11)
Review: Some serious peak time weapons for the main room on offer here, from the ever reliable Swedish label Drumcode. Usual heroes of the label such as Luigi Madonna, Sam Paganini and Joseph Capriati step aside for some other equally reliable staples. On the A, side label boss Adam Beyer teams up with Enrico Sangiuliano on the evocative and life affirming "Preset Heaven" which takes its cues from early trance with its amazing chord progression. It is something more typical of the label next, on the pummelling warehouse stomp of "Muzik" by Bulgaria's Timmo. On the flip, there's more trance nostalgia on offer again - this time from legends Pig & Dan on the hypnotic/melodic bliss of "La Bruja" which we could imagine melting the minds of festival crowds well into the new year. Finally they save the best for last with French peak time specialist Julian Jeweil, serving up the furious, tunneling and strobe-lit ultraviolence of "Nasa" which will have your adrenaline going from the first beat. It has been a stellar year for the powerhouse label, with great releases by Moby, Dubfire and newcomer Layton Giordani.
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Capsule (12")
Cat: DC 171. Rel: 17 May 17
Techno
  1. Capsule (6:27)
  2. In Love (6:43)
  3. Atmosfear (6:17)
  4. We Are E (6:34)
Review: Adam Beyer teams up with Pig & Dan on the new Capsule EP and they sure aren't messing around. The Drumcode boss knew he could call upon his label stalwarts for EP packed full of main room power tools with the peak time in mind. The adrenalised, forceful stomp and grind of the title track gets things off to a good start, while the druggy and head rush inducing muscle of "In Love" is bound for some real hands in the air moments. On the flip "We Are E" leaves little to the imagination on this heady and bass driven trip through the early hours of a heaving stadium dancefloor... where things are starting to get real weird. Then those ravey church organs come in and it starts getting right crazy!
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Cat: DC 186. Rel: 02 May 18
Techno
  1. No World Order (6:58)
  2. Only Human (6:28)
  3. Unreal (6:49)
  4. Ethereal Education (7:27)
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Calf EP (12")
Cat: DC 155. Rel: 29 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Edging Forward (6:55)
  2. Crown (6:52)
  3. Calf (7:30)
  4. Drag N' Drop (6:10)
Review: Chris Spero and Alex Jones really found their sound a few years ago when teaming up as Dense & Pika. Those first couple of releases on their eponymous imprint are the stuff of legend now, not to mention the ones that followed up on Scuba's esteemed Hotflush imprint. For the Calf EP, it's served up courtesy of Adam Beyer's Drumcode, a fitting home for their tough and functional techno tools. Wasting no time messing around with the peak time destroyer 'Edging Forward" which chugs through the audio spectrum like a steamtrain, there's more adrenalin to be found on the dusty and stripped industrialism of "Drag 'N Drop" which is reminiscent of the Klockworks or the Fachwerk sound. We also enjoyed the Chicago hard house sounding title track, which gives an obvious nod to Windy City legends like Relief Records or Kne' Deep.
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Cat: DC 173. Rel: 07 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Brian's Proper Dun One (7:13)
  2. Wait A Second (feat MC R1bbz) (6:41)
  3. Trance, Init? (6:41)
Review: Alan Fitzpatrick returns to Drumcode, marking his first appearance since late 2016 when he remixed Moby's hit "Porcelain".The release opens with "Brian's Proper Dun One", a track which caused a storm on his Twitter profile when he first started playing it last year. Loaded with sharp and pounding drums, this is a no holds barred, certified main room anthem! "Wait A Second" has been getting a lot of play on Drumcode Radio of late. This rave inspired track takes a raw, stripped back approach and delivers a killer blow. Alan sampled the vocals of MC r1bbz from an LTJ Bukem tape pack from the early 90s and the record tips its cap to early jungle raves around the M25. The release closes with "Trance, Init?" a homage to Fitzpatrick's days as a raver before he became a DJ. The breakdown is sure to be a hands in the air moment at festivals all over the globe this summer.
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Live Again (12")
Cat: DC 180. Rel: 10 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Live Again (feat Danny Tenaglia) (8:26)
  2. Secrets Of Vibration (6:56)
  3. Take It Back (6:35)
Review: New York City represents in true colours here for techno powerhouse Drumcode. Adam Beyer has called in rising star Layton Giordani for a collaboration with the don of the Big Apple himself: Danny Tenaglia, on the powerful and euphoric anthem "Live Again". This one has all the druggy vocals, tunnelling bassline and headrush inducing suspense you'd expect from the label. The flip features the rhythm focused DJ tool "Secrets Of Vibration" featuring a sexy spiritual monologue over a powerful TR-909 workout that reaches near tribal moments - matter of fact it's reminiscent of Samuel L Session's seminal work from the late '90s. Finally, we are treated to one more exercise in dancefloor drama on the brooding "Take It Back" which features a razor sharp bassline, diva vocals and soaring arpeggios. This follows up some great releases on sister label Truesoul, Intec and Octopus Black Label.
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Cat: DC 172. Rel: 24 May 17
Techno
  1. Walking Shadow (6:42)
  2. Out For Blood (7:02)
  3. Through The Darkness (6:41)
  4. Desolate (6:29)
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Mentalizm (12")
Cat: DC 188. Rel: 13 Jun 18
Techno
  1. In Your Mind (Reflections) (7:32)
  2. In Your Mind (Reflections) (DJ Tool) (3:07)
  3. S-Sound (feat Green Velvet - DJ Tool) (2:34)
  4. S-Sound (feat Green Velvet) (7:06)
  5. Spring On The Battlefield (6:38)
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Space (12")
Cat: DC 179. Rel: 21 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Space (7:13)
  2. Answer (6:13)
  3. South (6:46)
  4. Encke (6:27)
Review: Frenchman Julian Jeweil can be counted on for absolute peak time weaponry and his new offering on Drumcode is no exception. The tunnelling trance induction of dynamic opener "Space" sets the scene right away, and from here prepare to surrender to the void! "Answer" boosts the adrenaline levels immediately on this pummeling assault to the senses, assisted by some intense dub chords for dramatic effect. On the flip, "South" gets back to the program with yet another strobe-lit affair full of druggy risers and massive drops galore. Finally "Encke" provides something definitely in tune with the Drumcode sound, on this bleepy and hypnotic DJ tool which will have a broad appeal to a wide selection of techno DJs.
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  1. Amelie Lens - "In Silence" (6:36)
  2. Ambivalent - "Portmanteau" (6:39)
  3. Marco Faraone - "Desert Crash" (6:12)
  4. Dense & Pika - "Just A Beat" (7:45)
Review: Drumcode dropped its first A-Sides compilation five years ago. The series has been such a success that they're already up to volume six. The first part of the vinyl edition (there are four in total) naturally features some notable contributions. We're particularly enjoying the full-throttle acid techno assault that is Amelie Lens' brain-melting "In Silence", though Dense & Pika's similarly intense, noise-laden slammer "Just a Beat" pushes it close. Elsewhere, Marco Faraone impresses with the slightly deeper and more intoxicating "Desert Crash" - think cascading late night synth melodies and bassbin-bothering bottom end - while Ambivalent's "Portmanteau" brilliantly wraps early psychedelic trance and ambient techno electronics around a bombastic rhythm track.
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Cat: DC 181. Rel: 24 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Being Alone (6:40)
  2. Dark Science (6:20)
  3. Der Raum (7:09)
Review: Toledo's Ramiro Lopez up next for Swedish heavy hitters Drumcode: so you know he's not messing around. The main room powerslam of "Being Alone" kicking off the EP, with its steely warehouse ready rhythms are complimented by a Mills/Hood styled bleep melody and the odd rave horn for good measure. This one will be sure to create some tension on dancefloors near you soon. On the flip, The peaking, strobe-lit dancefloor drama continues on the brooding austerity of "Dark Science" while "Der Raum" by contrast offer up something more euphoric and uplifting. This elevating DJ tool features hypnotic, almost trance like arpeggios, throbbing bass and droney stabs to draw in the crowd, before getting them to surrender to the void again later. Lopez presents a tight EP here which follows up releases on top labels such as Terminal M, Bedrock, Intec and of course his own Odd Recordings which he runs with fellow Drumcode alumnus Arjun Vagale.
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Cat: DC 182. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Black Dolphin (5:39)
  2. Retox (6:11)
  3. Cover Up (5:58)
Review: It is far to say by now that Glaswegian DJ Harvey McKay is a staple of Adam Beyer's imprint - this will be his fourth release on the label, in addition to appearances on Bedrock, Suara and Soma. The factory floor stomp of "Black Dolphin" is dub-laden, stripped back and fairly reminiscent of Berlin's Fachwerk sound. "Retox" sees him serve up something more familiar of the Drumcode brand on this tunnelling and strobe-lit adrenaliser from the dark side. Finally, on the flip we have the brooding dancefloor drama of "Cover Up" which is perfect to build the tension and suspense during the earlier part of a set, with its creepy chords, cavernous drums and druggy vocal bits - perfectly engineered for those headrush moments at 2 AM.
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Cat: DC 1642. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Enrico Sangiuliano remix) (7:17)
  2. Go (Manic Brothers remix) (9:09)
Review: Moby's back catalogue has been reworked rather a lot lately, with Drumcode following the lead of 2DIY4 in releasing a string of contemporary remixes of the Vegan beat-smith's classic productions. This 12" - the second of four the Swedish imprint is releasing - begins with a storming version of "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad" by Enrico Sanguilano. It makes good use of the original's famous vocal sample, working it into a banging techno track that looks to the riff-heavy world of trance for inspiration. On the flip, the Manic Brothers offer their interpretation of "Go", combining the original's evocative chords and vocal samples with heavy new techno beats.
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Cat: DC 1641. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Porcelain (Luca Agnelli remix) (7:55)
  2. Go (Bart Skils remix) (9:10)
Review: Swedish techno megalith Drumcode has decided to breathe new life into the back catalogue of veteran New York producer Moby. This 12" is the first of four due in coming weeks, all of which boast fresh interpretations of classic tracks. On the A-side, Luca Angelli offers his take on "Porcelain", combining Moby's evocative chord progressions and twinkling pianos with banging new techno drums and stabbing electronics. Dutch DJ Bart Skills handles the B-side, offering a rolling, atmospheric version of "Go" that makes the most of Moby's stretched-out chords (themselves famously sampled from the Twin Peaks soundtrack).
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Cat: DC 1643. Rel: 26 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Porcelain (Alan Fitzpatrick Late Night dub) (7:52)
  2. Go (Tiger Stripes White Tail remix) (7:08)
  3. Go (Tiger Stripes Black Lodge remix) (7:20)
Review: Following the release of his superb autobiography a year or two back - not to mention his recent "snub" of new U.S President Donald Trump - Moby has been back in the news. Crucially, his old records are making a return too, albeit in freshly remixed form. This third remix 12" from muscular Swedish techno types Drumcode boasts three more reworks of vintage floor-fillers. On the A-side, Alam Fitzpatrick re-imagines "Porcelain" as a Berlin style tech-house chugger, using Moby's original synths as a spine-tingling breakdown. On the flip, Tiger Stripes lays down two remixes of "Go". The 'White Tail Mix" is a thumping techno stomper with a buzzing breakdown, while the "Black Lodge Mix" is a bumpin' house re-shape.
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Cat: DC 1644. Rel: 26 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Natural Blues (Dense & Pika remix) (7:06)
  2. Natural Blues (Marco Faraone Whitelandvox remix) (7:21)
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Satellite (12")
Cat: DCLP 103. Rel: 22 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Dusty
  2. Toxic
  3. Rave
Played by: Maxx Rossi
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Chemistry (12")
Cat: DC 165. Rel: 08 Feb 17
Techno
  1. Chemistry (8:00)
  2. Ukraine (6:25)
  3. Devotion (6:43)
Review: Igor Tchkotoua & Dan Duncan met on a flight to Spain and the rest as they say: is history. Their driving minimal/tech house sound has only gotten stronger over the years, culminating in this release for Adam Beyer's esteemed home of hard techno Drumcode. The classic rave techno of "Chemistry" is up there with anything that Alan Fitzpatrick or Special Request have done of late with its adrenalised warehouse euphoria. It's no more Mr. Nice Guy after this though. The powerful stomp of "Ukraine" is Berghain ready with its industrial strength rhythms and harsh static blasts, compressed between doom laden, dubby stabs. Finally on the flip, the brooding dancefloor drama of "Devotion" signals the end with its sinister and mesmerising melodies: reminiscent of Stephan Bodzin yet still powered away by a Berlin style stomp beneath.
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Played by: Resident Advisor
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Cat: DC 136. Rel: 29 Jan 15
Techno
  1. Conjure Dreams
  2. Conjure Floyd
Review: Ever the champion of brains and brawn in equal measure, Maceo Plex makes his debut appearance on Drumcode with this punchy beast of a single. "Conjure Dreams" features plenty of Plex signifiers, from the rounded and rowdy bassline pump to the haunting tone of the synth lines, neatly packaged in a chunky framework of big room drums. "Conjure Floyd" meanwhile burrows into more minimal territory where the tones are amelodic and the percussion takes the lead, calling to mind the restraint and tension of classic M_nus productions where so much could be said with so little.
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Far Away (12")
Cat: DC 187. Rel: 09 May 18
Techno
  1. Far Away (6:36)
  2. Redemption (7:07)
Review: British A.M. specialist Mark Reeve returns on Drumcode: this will be the fifth appearance from him by now across Adam Beyer's imprints (including Truesoul), with the Frankfurt Am Main producer now delivering another dose of intense dancefloor drama on "Far Away". This euphoric and strobe-lit exercise is perfect to build the tension and suspense on the dancefloor, before lunging in with the peak time stuff. Rest assured that he's got you covered in that regard, with B side cut "Redemption" tearing through to the other side with its steely warehouse rhythms, hypnotic arpeggiated melody and eerie chords - all perfectly executed to have the kids losing their mind at the rave: guaranteed!
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Cat: DC 115. Rel: 21 Aug 13
Techno
  1. Run Baby Run
  2. Astral
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Moon Rocks (12")
Cat: DC 160. Rel: 02 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Moon Rocks (7:19)
  2. Ghettoblaster (6:32)
  3. Dutch Kiss (Straight mix) (7:18)
  4. Dutch Kiss (Inner mix) (6:41)
Review: Up next for Adam Beyer's esteemed Drumcode imprint is Enrico Sangiuliano, a Milan based DJ/producer originally from Reggio Emilia who has been been active on the Italian scene since the early noughties, playing everywhere from clubs to illegal raves. His work of late has been released on sister label Truesoul, Alleanza, Gem Records, Octopus Recordings and Rhythm Converted. On "Moon Rocks", Sangiuliano provides a euphoric, hands in the air anthem with soaring synth leads and seriously humming Reese bassline over a high octane beat. Also on the A side is the mad diva vocal breakdown on "Ghettoblaster" which soon gives way to a dark and tunnelling epic. Finally on the flip, we have two versions of "Dutch Kiss" but for our money it's all about the sombre and emotive IDM vibe of the Inner remix.
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Played by: Resident Advisor
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Biomorph (tri-fold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: DC 190.
 
Techno
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Cat: DC 176. Rel: 14 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Astral Projection (8:05)
  2. Blooming Era (7:10)
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  1. Enrico Sangiuliano vs Hertz - "Start Of Madness" (7:17)
  2. Pleasurekraft - "Dopefiend" (6:37)
  3. Alan Fitzpatrick - "Terra Firma" (8:27)
  4. Dustin Zahn - "Miss You" (Truncate remix) (4:50)
Played by: Jason Fernandes
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Cat: DCLTD 18. Rel: 28 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Rivers Will Turn (vox version) (10:57)
  2. Rivers Will Turn (Tube reduction) (8:05)
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Cat: DC 184. Rel: 28 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Bells Of The Revolution (6:56)
  2. Ocean Drive (6:11)
  3. Retrodade (7:01)
  4. Vocalized (6:41)
Review: Dutch techno legend Bart Skils is still going! First breaking into the scene nearly a decade ago with powerful main room exploits on local imprint 100% Pure (which were championed by all the big DJs of the time like Richie Hawtin and Paul Ritch) and he's still relevant today - if this release on top techno label Drumcode is anything to go by. He's been a staple of Adam Beyer's imprint since 2013, where he's presented nearly a dozen EPs in that time. On Bells Of The Revolution, the title track uses Millsian FM melodies in sublime and hypnotic fashion, over powerful and cavernous rhythm patterns to rock any warehouse trave. He gets even more steely and austere on the heads-down power tool "Ocean Drive" which finishes up the A side. On the flip, "Retrograde" goes for a more hypnotic and ethereal vibe, plus that vocal from a certain mainstream dance hit of the early '90s is a nice touch indeed. Finally, things take a more optimistic and uplifting route on the funky, acid led antics of "Vocalized".
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Cat: DC 125. Rel: 15 May 14
Techno
  1. We Beat On
  2. Canvas
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System (12")
Cat: DC 168. Rel: 22 Mar 17
Techno
  1. Intensify (7:15)
  2. System (6:29)
  3. The Maze (7:12)
  4. Together (6:13)
Played by: Maxx Rossi
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Cat: DCLTD 022. Rel: 20 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Don't Talk To Me About Style (5:47)
  2. Escape (5:04)
  3. Diodes (5:15)
  4. Tunnel (5:06)
Played by: Maxx Rossi
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Eclipse EP (12")
Cat: DC 185. Rel: 05 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Eclipse (7:09)
  2. Protocol (6:20)
  3. Glasswerk (6:25)
  4. Framework (6:57)
Played by: DJ 3000
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  1. Wehbba - "Fake" (7:21)
  2. Tiger Stripes - "Destroyer" (6:11)
  3. Mars Bill - "Mohave" (7:05)
  4. Spektre - "Nasqueron" (7:13)
Review: Drumcode returns with its sixth installment of the internationally celebrated A-Sides series. Renowned for fostering a shared space between industry tastemakers and rising talent alike, the careful curation that goes into each volume is a fine example of why Adam Beyer's brand continues to go from strength to strength. This volume features scene stalwarts on the A side such as Brazil's Wehbba with his doom laden peak time assault entitled "Fake" featuring a monstrous Reese bassline this side of label classics such as "Murder Was The Bass", as well as Sweden's Tiger Stripes with the pre-peak time adrenaline of "Destroyer". On the flip, Rotherham's finest Spektre serve up the powerful "Nasqueron" which is guaranteed for absolute dancefloor destruction.
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