That's it, summer is officially here. The clubs in Ibiza are open, the festivals are nearly here and the sun is trying it's fucking hardest to penetrate the gloomy London skyline. That being said, the music is getting bigger and better by the week and we've been on the forefront.
As always we strive to bring you the freshest DJ mixes and premieres from the across the dance music spectrum and May has been as full of bangers as Fabric's Room 1 when Ricky V was in session earlier in the month.
Skream's been carrying on his techno adventure with a heavy-hitting release via his Of Unsound Mind label, DJ Bone has teamed up with Deetron to bring us a lethal set of new jams and Coxy's graced our front cover before he plays his last ever season at Space :(
Check out what's been on our stereo and in your headphones this month below. We've gone in if we don't say so ourselves.
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Shiftee 'Dope Girls' feat TT The Artist (Flava D remix)
As if 'Dope Girls' didn't have enough attitude already, Flava D's touch puts it in real danger of detention. Warning: this one's got a smacking bassline running through it and it's a ruthless bumper. Approach with caution
Oliver Jones has been smacking it over the last 12 months. He's come full circle and is now a household name in the house and techno realms and although he may have pioneered dubstep, he's been rolling out the 4/4 fury for a while now. 'Settled' has been going off in his sets recently and shows off a techno proficiency that the Innervisions crew would be proud of.
Wehbba 'Turning Point' (ANNA Remix)
ANNA's got a real talent when it comes to brooding basslines, dwarfing low-ends and ferocious kicks and her 'Turning Point' edit features all of the aforementioned. A real masterclass and another super-stylish release on Knee Deep In Sound.