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Theo Parrish enters the live realm with a full band as part of the Barbican's Digital

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Miller & Felix Da Housecat bring the night flight to Chile
Tremor (LNY TNZ Remix) - Dimitri Vegas & Martin Garrix & Like Mike - CDR

The LNY TNZ guys are on fire at the moment and this unofficial remix is another example why. Awesome trap-meets-hardstyle vibe!

Save the Acid Dream - Ruthless & Dave S - CDR

Freestyle is the latest buzzword on the hard scene at the moment, combining flavours of hardstyle, jump, hardcore and even trap! At the forefront of this movement is Ruthless, who pioneered this style of DJing long before the term was used. His latest production, a collaboration with Dave S, is a nostalgic kick back to an early Showtek track, fused with the Euro classic from Cherry Moon Trax. Put simply, this is pure dancefloor fodder, guaranteed reaction every time.

Back to the Roots Part 2 - 2Vilas & Manu Gonzalez - Isgud Records

Tato & Tania Vulcano's Isgud produces two raw housers here, 'Just Talk' winning out, with its rattling tambourines and an old school loop shaking out a devastating groove.

Ultraviolence Remixes Part 1 - Lana Del Rey - Polydor

Another album from Lana means yet another deluge of remixes to accompany? Possibly, but at least this opening selection starts with a good footing. Under the production guidance of Prins Thomas, PBR Streetgang and The Penelopes, the EP unfolds into a savvy-yet-varied platter of quality, deep/vintage house styles and classic disco/disco dub touches from the reliable Scandinavian disco champ, Prins Thomas.