12TH SELECTION – A new one every Monday.

Want to stay up to date with the most recent music, for instance for your DJing? Each Monday, we list and comment on our favourite releases of the moment. This week:

Kletis – Orphic [Secuencias Temporales, 2022-02-07]


The Czech artist adds a huge release to Secuencias Temporales’ deep and fabulous discography.

Eyvind Blix – Alda Bergr [On the 5th Day, 2022-02-11]


Particularly well inspired, the Swedish artist declines his new EP in four impactful emotions, each with interesting storytelling and management of the energy.

Boudhicca and Yóhan – Destinations. EP 6 [Indefinite Pitch, 2022-02-08]


There is a whole world in each of the two massive tracks, proposed by the rising South-Korean artists on Indefinite Pitch.

MTRL – Disrupt [IO Records, 2022-02-10]


The groove is on for the German artist, evolving usually in more dreamy frequencies, including creative remixes by his mates from IO Records.

Alfred Czital – Reality Check [Harmony Rec., 2022-02-04]


Beautiful sonic paintings from Harmony Rec’s co-founder, depicted in various tempos, each time with a creative progression. The colourful synth pads and intriguing sonorities bring a dreamy flavour to the EP, which also includes an epic track featuring Jamida.

Van Morph – Inner Motion [Khoros Records, 2022-02-08]


It’s sometimes a pleasure to return back to some good old four-to-the-floor rhythms, especially since Khoros’ owner knows how to embellish them with deep atmospheres and efficient dreamy arpeggios, all in restraint. The vibe is profound, like its author.

Shinbu & Shoujin – Erzero [Shinbu, 2022-02-04]


“In Shinbu we trust” could we say, except that being nowhere besides Bandcamp and Soundcloud, he still remains unknown to us, as well as the name “Shoujin” that suddenly pops up. The EP is on fire, which, in the end, is what matters the most.

Sentic Cycle – Visions Through The Window [4NC¥, 2022-02-11]


In his debut album, the Austrian wizard juxtaposes DnB, Jungle, bass music, footwork and drone even, in the intro perfect to launch a gig. The LP goes beyond the usual DnB that we share, but we colour a bit outside the lines for the tracks’ insane drops and freshness.

* Page’s cover picture: Oye Kreuzkoelln in Berlin, a record shop from a member of our community.

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