Peter Ibbetson serves further notice as to why he is such a distinctive and exciting talent with his new EP of four, impeccably layered, tech-house tracks.
Mark Knight's "The General" is another deliriously catchy, groove-laden club hit in waiting, destined to ignite dance floors across the world.
By adding some Mark Knight spice, the DJ creates an electrifying remix of one of the standout tracks on Dido's new album, Still on My Mind.
The first taste of Mihalis Safras' new EP for UK label Sola is a skillfully layered tech-house barnstormer.
Matthew Dear has written an album in Bunny that wholly reflects the person he is now, and it's the best record of his career.
On Burn Slow, Chris Liebing creates a dark techno world where the music oozes more than trips out of the speakers. There's a syrupy sense of primal life.
Ross From Friends' Family Portrait is an album you can easily disappear into from one of electronic music's most thrilling new talents.
DJ Koze's commitment to avoiding easy four-on-the-floor dance music, his unwillingness to whack at synth pads for an hour and call Knock Knock an experimental ambient album, is commendable.
Simian Mobile Disco's subtle, hypnotic relentlessness and the quality of the Deep Throat Choir distinguishes Murmurations, where the organic and synthetic work hand in hand.
LA based DJ and producer John Tejada offers some of his finest work to date on 11 tracks that erase the fuzz and sharpen the senses.