October 2023 Music Round Up

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October Music round up
As October rolls to an end, here are my top picks featuring strong basslines, captivating vocals, and slices of goodness.
Mazzeh EP – VA

The +98 crew are back with a VA for their 8th vinyl release.

P98-008 has a tune for every aspect of a night out, transporting you on a dancefloor journey.. It features four artists, each with their own individual flavour.

Click here to keep up to date with the label

BDB Presents: The Blue Tape//Volume Two 20K Pack

Over 40 tracks available for free to celebrate BlueDollarBillz hitting 20k subs on YouTube.

From breaks to UK Garage to 2-step, this compilation has something for everyone!

Check out the YouTube here.

2XYELLOW – Harry Wills

Harry wills dropped this little 2-track digital EP earlier in the month, a crossover of warped beats and catchy basslines.

These tunes take me to a dark dinghy underground rave.

Click here to keep up to date with Harry.

Hyper EP [BOBG01] – Bob G

This one for the Garage heads.

A 4-track vinyl release from Malmo’s MPC maestro, Bob G with pounding basslines, original club style choppy vocals and striking melodies.

Form – Loner Vista

Another digital discovery via BC and oh yeah, this one had me from the off.

‘Form’ is a spacey track with a moody bassline and a sensual female vocal to accompany the melodies. A song that blurs the lines between beautiful and dark.

Check out the artist here.

Serious Sounds VA [SSR001]

A first release from the Serious Selectas crew in Birmingham, UK.

A VA that combines speed garage, 2-step, electro, and breakbeat. This release includes a variety of music perfect for a club or a house party.

For more from the Serious Selectas, click here.

Check out September’s music round up here.

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