A few good tunes Vol 40
Ten tracks to fall in love with, includes KYO, KornÃ©l KovÃ¡cs, T.Raumschmiere and Gui Boratto
Dive into a selection of dark and trippy Techno with Dez Williams, KYO featuring Jeuru, Joton, Fort Romeau's remix of Heathered Pearls, Corren Cavini, Soda Lite, Kornél Kovács, T.Raumschmiere, Deadboy and Gui Boratto.
- Dez Williams - Failnot - as I already pointed out, the new EP from Dez Williams is fantastic. Essential.
- KYO w/ Jeuru - Take Me Home - Jeuru's deep, navel-gazing drawl and the lazy beats from KYO is a match made in heaven. Take Me Home is the first track from All The Same Dream, a new collaborative album on Posh Isolation, out end of August
- Joton - Antioquia I - sublime Detroit Techno from the Spanish DJ and Newrhythmic Records owner. Out now on ODD / EVEN
- Heathered Pearls - Under The Bridge (Fort Romeau's Amerikas Cities Mix) - Fort Romeau beefs up the original with bigger beats and a superb sample
- Corren Cavini - Out There (Radio Edit) - debut single from Dutch producer (real name Corne Kamminga) that takes a disco beat and a catchy vocal and ties them together with a nice trance-style progressive melody. Out now on Manual Music
- Soda Lite - Liffey Falls - lightweight Ambient sounds from an Australian musician, taken from a mixed EP on Ville Nouvelle
- Kornél Kovács - Babasonic - best track from the Swedish producer's new EP on Unknown To The Unknown - Tech House
- T.Raumschmiere - Augen Zu - the German stalwart Marco Haas on Kompakt for the latest in the Speicher series - the finest form of Electro in the guise of classic Anthony Rother
- Deadboy - So Cold - another new one on Unknown To The Unknown, this is the lead track from Deadboy's new Psychic Hotline EP
- Gui Boratto - Scene 2 - the Brazilian producer quietly slipped out his fifth album on Kompakt last month, and it's rather good. Scene 2 is a powerful centrepiece