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This week’s guest is Shell Of Jangala

In this column, we cover songs for you to nod your head to in the EDM scene [electronic dance music, not extra dancey music, for those not in the know].

Real Jerk, Nick Olivetti

Nick Olivetti drops another set of sick beats on The Whistler EP through Trapez Ltd. All the tunes are proper dance floor tunes, Real Jerk stood out to me for its tribal flavor and clever simplicity.

Call Me, Makoto and Marky

This one’s fresh off the Sounds of Innerground compilation album presented by Brazilian drum and bass badboy DJ Marky. Call Me is filled with Makoto’s signature funky styles and just the right amount of bass and a hint of grime. This album is perfect for those of you who need to catch up on your Innerground collection.

Paiton, Foregna

Turning it up a notch with this absolute smasher from Foregna on IM Ltd. This tune’s bass and beats are fused into one uniform pulsating rhythm and then topped off with slicing synths that will make your heart race.

Beneath Radar, Peverelist and Kowton

Switching gears with this bassey thumper from Peverelist and Kowton which would be classified as “Bass Music” but in essence is slowed down minimal dubstep. A nice one to gently sway from side to side and catch your breath from Paiton. Beneath Radar is filled with an eerie ambient vibe and deep bass kicks.

B.Y.O, Detroit Swindle

Ran into this one randomly and fell in love instantaneously. B.Y.O brings a warm and cuddly feeling like the onset of ye know what. Perfect for cooling or even warming up, BYO’s gentle bass filled kick and humming strings will you to that dancing heaven.