- Words Notion Staff
- Photo Credit Emily West
DJ and presenter Tash LC takes us through a 10Trax of her favourite new grime and techno cuts before playing the Boiler Room Festival Amsterdam in November.
"I Get Deep" by Moktar
"I love everything Moktar does, including this wicked take on a house classic. He's one of my new faves and literally never misses".
"Oi It Can't Be Ice" by JD Reid
"JD Reid's edits always slap and his latest edit pack is full of insanely good flips. I can't get enough of this grimey drill track with Headie's signature vocals, pops off everytime".
"Detroit Flow" by Liberia Sig
"I love the flow on this and the heavy bass. It's a really short tune but it's perfect to drop in the middle of a set to switch the flow and energy up a bit".
"Africa (Instrumental)" by Mez
"Mez has just put out some huge acapellas and his own instrumentals and this is probably my fave atm. I love the percussion and it mixes so well with other 140 bits like techno and Kuduro".
"My Guide To Dancing On Carpet" by Blawan
"Just a solid heavy techno hitter! I only recently discovered Blawan and this is proper peak time fists in the air groovin’".
"COMME UN GUYANAIS" by SIKEM
"French Guyanese heat, such an addictive riddim".
"Damn! Skippy" by Ciel & Ali Berger
"I'm loving this new groovy housey collaboration between Ciel & Ali. Lovely bubbly vibes to lift up any room".
"Eva's Stoned" by Jay Carder
"I'm so happy to hear music from Jay! This is so me, jumpy bouncy techno with lots of lasers and vocal snippets, reminds me of Overmono / Joy O".
"Gangsta Paradise Remix" by Pekodjinn
"Certified banger! I’ve been playing this in every set since I first heard it. No one does it like the underground Portuguese afro house crew".
"Welcome To Ghana" ft Bryte by Hagan
"The whole Hagan album is insane and I love these two so much as individual artists so as soon as I saw they had a tune together I knew what the levels would be. Bryte's vocals go off in any club, he's got such a universal flow and appeal and this one sends the room nuts everytime I play it".