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.

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