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Cool Haptics EP - Forma - The Bunker NY

According to the label, this release came about because US act Forma had put together two dancefloor jams that didn’t fit into an album format and were looking for a home for them. Clocking in at over 10 minutes each, these extended, spacey techno tracks are easy to get lost in; the title track is full of swirling synth textures and arcing acid lines, but it can’t compare to ‘Cloud Pillar’. Over a quarter of an hour in length, its sounds move from the billowing chords of '90s techno, through sub-aquatic textures and into shiny Kraftwerkian futurism. 

 
'Tape Pack' - Ulterior Motive - Metalheadz

"A great ode to the history of Metalheadz in a modern rolling jacket!"

Without You - Sterling Sound - Asbo Records

You’d be forgiven for thinking this track was made 20 years ago, and you somehow missed it while listening to your ‘Jungle Massive’ albums. Completely classic-sounding jungle drenched in ragga influence, with a wicked '90s-sounding vox.

Backbone/Dissolving - Clameres - Colorize

Two equally fine offerings from the Colorize stable, that deals in electro/progressive on the deeper, darker tip. ‘Dissolving’ on the B-side is the more bassline driven of the two records, while ‘Backbone’ adds a funkier edge to the liquid trance sounds of Clameres.