CIA's Deepkut is back with the next instalment of their 'Kuts Deep' series - this time with five cuts from a range of established, and also new artists.
Random Movement seems to be delivering killer after killer at the moment, and his track 'Climbing Out' carries on the trend. His trademark soft and cushioned drums here sit alongside a seriously weighty bassline to make for a track that could appear in a whole wealth of DJ's sets.
Philth and Collette Warren grace the label once again - this time with a VIP of their beautiful track 'Donʼt Let Go', which was first released on the label at the end of 2014. Here Philth goes back in on the track and steps it out to become even more of a snarling beast.
Concord Dawn and Need For Mirrors join forces for the Detroit inspired 'Motor City'. Warm synth washes soon join together with rolling drums and big bass for a track that will work either at the start of the night, or deep into it when the crowd is locked and in the groove.
ext up is Chromatic, who's making quite a name for himself, with the seeming ability to turn his hand to any sound and style. His contribution 'Smile' is one of his more musical pieces, lacing together harp washes and vocal stabs to create a melodic soundscape.
Tying the package together is another newcomer, In-Deed. Once again, showing a serious quality to his tunes for such a new name, 'Mesmerized'sounds mature, composed and beautifully put together - weʼre looking forward to hearing more from him!