Huge tunes chart
A heavy bassline is my kind of silence
Bonkers by Dizzee Rascal
A run-down of what’s getting the most plays in the club, out in a field and on my .mp3 player.
July 2011 chart
This chart features in the second issue of The Sampler (PDF 5MB), Oxford’s free dance and electronic music magazine.
- Style Of Eye & Magnus the Magnus - The Antidote (Kraftek)
Staccato voxified apocalyptic craziness for the big room. Re-released with new remixes, but I prefer the original.
- Eats Everything - Entrance Song (Pets Recordings)
Lush pads twisted in amidst some bouncy bass heavy beats. Hungry.
- Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You [Justin Martin edit] ()
Justin faithfully drops a dirtybird thang on an undeniable classic.
- Jaymo & Andy George - Midnight (Moda Music)
Standout track from an accomplished EP (Tom Staar’s hand in this?).
- Boy 8-Bit - Madrigal (This Is Music)
Dave (Roy Apron to you) returns with a distinctive 4-track EP. This is the one.
- Worthy & Yankee Zulu - Digital Aboriginal (Anabatic Records)
Tribal instinct unleashed x10. Limbs uncontrollable.
- Akabu - Life Is So Strange [Deetron paradise dub] (Z Records)
This dub is heads-down no nonsense House with a tidy sprinkling of synths.
- Hackman - Your Face Pulling My Hair (Greco-Roman)
Beautiful imagery, synth tone and bass from same stable as TEED.
- The 2 Bears - Banger (Southern Fried)
5am in a field. That is all.
- Maya Jane Coles - Focus Now (20:20 Vision)
Exquisitely arranged bleeps from MJC riding high on a wave of accolades.