Classic Music Company’s annual compilation is back, this time for an end-of-year review of sorts, celebrating an incredible twelve months for the label and a run of consistently radical and genius records.
Claptone is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. But, there is no denying the impact on the global groove made by this otherworldly artiste.
Anabel Englund is ready to unleash London Headache, the first ever appearance on Defected Records and it shines a light on her outstanding versatility and ability.
Global techno icon Timo Maas is back on his own Rockets & Ponies imprint with another stellar EP. Alongside three of the German’s own originals it features a special remix from Mathias Kaden under his Mathimidori alias.
Greek DJ-producer Mihalis Safras arrives on Lee Foss’s Repopulate Mars imprint with a three tracker entitled Nintza EP.
Theo Kottis returns with It Wasn't Meant To Be / Running Home on the Moda Black label. On the remix duty is Mobilee stalwart And.id.
Early October will see Timmy P deliver his Mind Games EP via London’s Lower East, featuring three original compositions from the up and coming artist.
Visionquest Records releases Selector from Luke Hess. A release that is coming accompanied with remixes from Delsin artist d5, label co-founder Lee Curtiss and Maher Daniel.
Early October will see Alphahouse boss Butane return to the imprint, armed with two rough-and-ready groove-centered productions.