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BBC Radio 1 documentary about Martin Garrix tonight

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REVIEW: TOBACCO DOCK NEW YEAR'S DAY

DJ Mag starts the new year the right way
Monument Dance (Marcus Marr Remix) - Royksopp & Robyn - Wall Of Sound/Cooking Vinyl

Marcus Marr, who brought us the unforgettable, sleazy acid-disco highlight of 2013, ‘Purple Moon’, turns to this recent single from Royksopp & Robyn and adds a generous measure of his talent. Appearing as vocal mix and dub versions, Marr’s production twists a darker, but quite suitable, nu-disco zest into the sombre original.

Element EP - Palace - Hot Haus/UTTU

Out on Christmas Day, this truly is messianic house music from Unknown to the Unknown's Hot Haus imprint. 'Vision' is so simple it's come full circle into genius territory — just a loop tough enough to crack walnuts in its thighs, a stabbing synth bass and a lady insisting that things will be alright. What else is there? 'Solstice', with its bassline of purest rubber, emulates such dazzling simplicity, before dropping a delectable rave pad just before it makes its excuses and packs up. 'Element' is a little more engineered, more sedate by comparison, perhaps, but nonetheless fabulous for it. So, so good.

The Fruit Club - Soul Intent - Lossless Music

This is a dark and industrial nod to the tunes of yesteryear. There’s a sentimental familiarity to the breaks, which are reminiscent of the transition period between hardcore and jungle. There’s a haunting, paranoid vibe over the track which is lifted by the soulful vox. 

You Can't Fight It - Jimmy Chambers - Fly By Night Music

Had to double take when I first heard this. John Carpenter's 'Assault in Precinct 13' with vocals?! Yes indeedy… a rare find uncovered… and very good it is too. One for fans of cult 1970s movies!