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  1. SaltAcidFatHeatAcid

    Remotif - Close Your Eyes and Count to One (EP) [Goddezz)

    Another great release from Remotif. He's definitely exploring some new sounds here, but the creative energy really shows through on this release. My only gripe is that this particular sound can be a little hard to pair with other tracks, though it's still welcome to see a great producer...
  2. Redrot

    DJ Life - Southern Seas EP [Craigie Knowes]

    Previews: DJ Life is another one of the more recognizable nu-trance names even if half of what he does is closer to tech house IMO. I've liked his juicier bass and drum grooves, plus use of more aboriginal-sounding synth choices. Those are showcased more on B1, Frayed. A1 is a pretty mellow...