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Just Begun - Buckshot & P-Money feat Raz Fresco - Dawn Raid/Dirty Records/Duck Down Records

From the just-dropped 'BackPack Travels' LP — great to hear Buckshot on the mic again, who seems to actually have got angrier and sharper since the Black Moon days, and ace production from P-Money too. Tight and triffic. 

Elytra - Doomwork - Sudbeat

A sumptuously crafted slice of deepness from Hernan Cattaneo’s label. Mesmerising melodic elements, and a classic groove that really rocks things along. Brace for goosebumps in the breakdown.

The Way U Do It - Tito Wun - Defected

Big feelgood house/disco moment with a Todd Terry-style remix from Damiano Von Erckert, plus Doc Daneeka and Jacques Renault keeping the disco fires burning.

Armchair Psychiatrist - DJ Stingray - [Naked Lunch]

It’s been a while since either this label or Stingray have released material, so ‘Psychiatrist’ is a welcome return. In true Sherard Ingram form, the title track is a blistering, high-paced electro track, scattergun percussive volleys fired over hyperactive metal 808s as Stingray drops noisy, discordant riffs into the ether. ‘Strontium Dog 2’ is less pacey but just as intense, with waves of tough claps supporting insistent techno-bass pulses. It sounds like he never went away.