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Home Tonight - Lindstrøm & Grace Hall - Smalltown Supersound/Feedelity

Energetic, neo disco cut from Lindstrøm, with breakdowns in all the right places. Features a bold vocal performance from the talented Grace Hall.

F*ckin' Huge - Cryogenix - Big & Dirty

A record for the EDM massive with a bit more of an edge. ‘F*ckin' Huge’ kicks off with more of a slamming progressive vibe, before the chorus welcomes in a few of those recognisable main stage melodies, before the white noise ramps up again after the drop. ‘F*ckin' Huge’ has more bite than the standard cheap thrills you’d associate with the EDM sound, and with the likes of Guetta showing support, it’s further evidence the main stage is toughening up a little.

Check It - Sleeper - Crucial Recordings

After earning his stripes under the tutelage of the mighty Distance on Chestplate for the past four years, Sleeper steps out on his jacks with an impressive three-tracker. ‘Check It’ and ‘Operator Dub’ are two sludgy, molten morphs of halfstep pressure, but it’s on ‘Too Close’ where he hits all the right notes; tribal, weighty, complex. Confident start from the Coventry lad.

Vapourspace - Sasha - Last Night On Earth

Progressive doyen Sasha returns with his first single in four years, and he makes sure it packs the requisite punch, with ‘Vapourspace’ reflecting his increasing willingness in recent years to embrace his trancier side. Though it simmers with lashings of techno, Sasha works mostly with pure progressive power here, the dark rumble of the bassline slowly swelling into the melodic boom that takes hold in the latter part of the track. Sasha isn’t afraid to unleash here, with ‘Vapourspace’ representing a peaktime indulgence.