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Dusty Kid produced one of our favourite techno tunes of all time – check the relentless towering waves of bass in ‘Tsunami’ (in fact, load the .wav form into Traktor and you can literally see them) - but his sophomore album continues the journey started on 2008’s ‘A Raver’s Diary’ in showing the extent of his musical range, which the video above gives a taster of. From mean, lowdown tech

house to acoustic vibes bordering on pop, the Italian producer fl exes the production muscles that have seen him work with acts as diverse as Robyn and Simian Mobile Disco, Armand Van Helden and Francois K, for an album that really does take you on a journey skyward before touching down on the other side.


WITH a name referencing both his Northern roots and Detroit’s most famous musical iconoclast, plus releases for the likes of Tsuba, 2020 Vision, Dessous and, coming in December, the superb ‘Father’ EP for Landed Records, Moodymanc know a thing or two about house. The alias of Danny Ward, who previously recorded as Dubble D and uses his jazz training as drummer for 2020 Soundsystem, this

unashamed love runs deep throughout his podcast which spans from US legend Marshall Jefferson to leaders of the British new school like Tim Green and Audojack, with a fi ne splatter of his own platters providing the musical glue.


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