This week: ice-cold techno from Scuba, a vinyl-only celebration of Dilla’s 40th and Appleblim and Komon consolidate their futuristic sound.

A Flava D retrospective. The Butterz affiliate plays mostly her own funky and grime remixes and original tracks, including collaborations with Royal-T, DJ Q and Moony. Stream it above.

No-nonsense sounds from Detroit’s Kris Wadsworth, whose “straightforward brand of deep house and techno” for Resident Advisor can be streamed here. Kris Wadsworth will also be appearing at this year’s London Electronic Music Event.

Scuba spins ice-cold techno for Igloofest. The Hotflush label boss pushes two hours of persistently forward–facing tracks in promotion of Montreal’s electronic music festival.

Bristol’s Appleblim and Komon consolidate their futurist dubstep, house and techno variations into a seriously coherent club-oriented sound, nearly two hours of which can be streamed or downloaded here.

Celebrating J Dilla’s 40th birthday. House Shoes pay tribute to the broad range of influences and records sampled by one of hip-hop’s greatest producers, who would have turned 40 last week.

Vinyl only jams from Spooky. Recorded live in East London’s Alibi club for Elijah & Skilliam’s club night Jamz, this is a masterclass in bass, taking in garage, dubstep, grime and eski along the way.

Chicago duo Supreme Cuts follow their recent full-length album Diving Ecstasy with a journey through hip-hop, footwork and rave ahead of forthcoming UK appearances.

Xosar and Legowelt play grooves from another time and place. Deep, sturdy techno and house from out of this world in this live performance and DJ set.

17th February, 2014

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