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Brain cleansing and soul enriching

After three standout EPs on Atomnation, Japanese producer and live artist Ryunosuke Hayashi a.k.a. boys be kko serves up his long-awaited debut album. Hensa is a serene nine-track electronic trip that oozes musical charm.

More than enough

South African musician, songwriter and DJ Prince Kaybee enlists UK musical protean Robin M to deliver a remix like no other. Fusing the unique sounds and uplifting harmonies of ‘Umenitosha’ with his own, punchy dance-floor focussed sound.

Remix on a modern classic

Originally recorded in the late 90's, Magic System's Premier Gaou was given an exquisite contemporary dance floor make over by the burgeoning Francis Mercier earlier this year. Following on from the success of the new track, Mercier and Spinnin' Deep invite the beloved Black Motion, Paso Doble, Nitefreak, and FMX Omar to each deliver a remix on this modern classic.

A common passion

Founded by the talented French DJ and producer Missill, O'Sisters is a women's collective bringing together artists from around the world. O'Sisters spreads positive messages of empowerment, unity and solidarity to women everywhere. O'Sisters defends the idea that we are all part of a big family, that we can improve each other by sharing our experiences & knowledge through music.

Afro House Anthem

‘Motivate’ is the latest Afro House anthem from the South London groove maker, where he flexes his ability to craft immersive polyrhythms that are undeniably danceable. Timbale, whistles and the sounds of the Surdo drum bring off-beat rhythmic injections in a bold carnival influence from Latin America and Asiamah’s love of all things carnival.

Socially conscious

For Hooversound’s ninth release, SHERELLE and NAINA welcome San Francisco-based DJ and producer Chrissy to the family for the label’s debut album release. ‘Physical Release’ blends elements of ravey techno, house, and jungle that have run through his previous work. The final result is an exploration of what our scene’s physical spaces mean and how they feed into themes of politics, family and joy.