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Hot new tracks for March 2018

Warm up with some of the hottest February releases.

GusGus | Featherlight (Johannes Brecht Remix) | oroom | 9 February

Ahead of their tenth album, electronic band GusGus release a remix EP of the first single Featherlight. One of the four remixes goes to Johannes Brecht. Bringing out his classical background, the true virtuoso blends deep house with bits of downtempo electronica in another example of his melodic, deep and at times hymnic signature style with a tune likely to generate that ultimate dance floor unity.

Tale of US | Error Error | fabric 97 | 16 February

After their steady rise since 2011, the respected Italian duo Tale Of Us have compiled the newly released fabric 97. The collaboration comes as no surprise given the pair's relationship with London clubbing institution, which supported the pair from the start of their careers. Exclusive to the compilation, haunting tune Error Error travels through their evocative and enveloping techno with brooding bassline and synths, the ultimate instance of the duo's distinctive style of pensive style.

L&F Project | Magic | Phonetic Recordings | 23 February

Released on Phonetic Recordings, this tech workout tune seems destined to become ingrained in our brains on the dance floor this upcoming season. Brought to you by L&F Project, Magic is one of those quality heads-down techno sessions with a clever roots-driven vocal. Road-tested at the Muzik events, the tune is already climbing the Beatport charts since its end-of-February release.

ARTBAT | Prometheus | Diynamic | 9 February

Ukranian duo ARTBAT brings us their first full three-track EP release on Diynamic Music. Difficult to choose from the three, we are going with the second track Prometheus. The intense percussion deep house and melodic techno sound, common on Ibiza dancefloors in the past couple of years, culminates in an enthralling bassline.

Denis Horvat | Modelo | Afterlife Recordings | 9 February

After a stellar year, Danish DJ and producer Denis Horvat drops his first release on Afterlife Recordings with magnetic EP Modelo. Loaded with frisky synths, its leading tune by the same name Modelo brings us on a close to ten-minute ride. This techno and melodic house track takes you on a bewitching trip trough growing layers of spacey synths and distorted sounds that grow in intensity epitomising the Afterlife style.

Wehbba | Protocol | Drumcode | 19 February

Directly from Brazil, Wehbba drops his first full EP Eclipse on Drumcode after his debut track on the same label last year. Thoroughly road-tested, the full-on techno boost comes in the form of Protocol, the second track of the EP. Driving on with explosive mesmeric force, the tune teems with character and sinister nuances, already winning over Drumcode supporters and more.

Loco Dice | Roots | Desolat | 23 February

Ahead of his forthcoming album Love Letters to be released later this year, Loco Dice gives us Roots, the first single and lead track of the LP. Somewhere between house and techno, the tune creates a soulful effect with its jerky synths, brisk drums and smooth tones. Tenebrous vocals by Dice himself add an ominous atmosphere to the energy likely to blow up any dance floor. Released on his own label Desolat, the track also reflects on the musical roots of the talented DJ.

Cassy x Art Alfie | Solar | Kwench Records | 16 February

For her third release on this label, Berlin DJ and producer Cassy teams up with Stockholm's Art Alfie to create Solar released on Kwench Records. A relentless techno kick precedes the resounding groove, fluid beat and vigorous spacey synths with opposing dual spoken and vowel vocals of this techno tech-house tune.

Recondite | Unten | Plangent Records | 16 February

Creeping up on you, Recondite's latest tune Unten is one of the jewels of his fifth album Daemmerlicht, which means 'fading light', on his own Plangent Records. Blending elements of electronica, downtempo, classical and ambient, Unten is just one of the meditative and stirring pieces of the evocative album. The Bavarian artist builds an atmosphere unique to his new quest.

Fairmont | You're Already There (Original Mix) |My Favorite Robot Records | 9 February

Canadian producer, DJ and live performer Fairmont delivers his third album on My Favorite Robot. The album opens with the action-packed melodic techno piece You're Already There. Twists and turns of smooth rising synths and expressive melodies travel the scale carrying you into a futuristic world.

Eli Brown & Mason Maynard | Do Ya Feel Alright? | Relief Records | 23 February

Eli Brown and Mason Maynard come together on Relief Records to bring a downright galvanising tech house tune. Already hailed as a monster track, the engaging and original Do Ya Feel Alright? is big club tune bound to blow up any dance floor.

Acid Pauli | Jorge (Satori Remix) | Ouïe | 2 February

Dropped last year around this time, Acid Pauli's BLD is now BLD Remixes B bringing a second wave of producers to rework the originals. Virtually unique in electronic music, Dutch prodigy DJ/producer Satori reinterprets Jorge giving it a new indie dance and nu-disco spin. Bending the original into a psychedelic piece, the reinterpreted tune brings subdued vocals, marimba tunes, plump basslines and hobbling breakbeats in transportive charm.

Max Chapman & Jacky | Addicted (feat. Charlie Sanderson) | FFRR | 9 February

Renascence Records boss Max Chapman teams up with Newcastle-born Jacky with this new single Addicted on Pete Tong's imprint FFRR. With the smooth vocals of Charlie Sanderson, the infectious tune blends a classic garage beat and a soulful house bassline, an underground tune that nods to old-school vibe on the dance floor.

Osheen and Roland Clark | The Conversation (Original Mix) |Blinded Records | 20 February

Veteran DJ, producer and remixer from New England Osheen joins forces with DJ Roland Clark with this Afro house tune that brings a message of hope.

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