Each week Mixmag digs deep into the furthest corners of the UK capital to find the best new house, techno, grime and UK rap. This week's update to the The Sound Of London playlist includes a host of cutting edge releases from the Big Smoke.
Upcoming emcees like Fredo and Youngs Teflon get a look in, as does don Skepta (pictured) with his new track 'Hypocrisy'. Houndstooth's Akkord supplies a typically dystopian take on jungle with 'RCVR' and Kid Drama turns up with forward-looking drum 'n' bass on 'Trife'. Four Tet's new 'Two Thousand and Seventeen' also features and, as you have probably heard, it's a slice of blissed-out hip-house. Make sure to check out Octo Octa's cinematic take on Few Nolder's 'Porcelain', it's one of this week's slickest remixes.
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Alex Green is Mixmag's Weekend Editor. Follow him on Twitter here