On the first Friday of every month Bandcamp gives nearly 100% off sales to the artist or label you purchase from. We compiled of releases that are out today, that we think you should keep your eye on.

Since March of 2020, Bandcamp have been waving their revenue share on the first Friday of the month to support the many artists whose livelihoods have been interrupted by the pandemic. Over the course of 17 days, fans paid more than $73 million to artists and companies, assisting with rent, mortgages, groceries, prescriptions, and other expenses.

We picked 10 of our favourite releases that came out on Bandcamp today.

  1. Prozak – Dubs Vol.1

Dublins undisputed garage king has released some playful speed garage edits of famous pop tracks, these are quintessential 2-step dancefloor weapons.

2. Sciahri & Desroi – In Mirrors. [SEMANTICA]

Deep, atmospheric and pounding techno from Sciahri & Desroi on one of techno’s most consistent labels, SEMENATICA .

3. PROGedia – Nobody Screams [R & S Records]

Swirling bass, hypnotic breaks and indie influenced atmospheres. This single is a big one from Italian producer PROGedia, on one of the most prominent label’s in UK dance music history.

4. DJ SWISHA – Assorted Flavors Vol. 5

New York’s favourite bass boss man, DJ SWISHA, has unloaded some more goodies onto his Bandcamp. SWISHA put out a three track EP of jungle cuts, taking big influence from hip-hop and classic electronica, these are crazy.

5. Quelza – Les Malicieuses EP [Mord]

One techno’s brightest new comers, Quelza features on Mord for a double pack vinyl with two digital bonuses. This is right up my street; funky, gritty, atmospheric and raw techno cuts. One of these 8 tracks has to fit in most techno DJs arsenal.

6. 313 Acid Queen – TROIS CENT TROIS

Detroit acid master, 313 Acid Queen just launched her next EP ‘TROIS CENT TROIS’. Centred around rolling 303’s and swinging 909’s, this is raw acid techno, the way it should be done. Simplicity here is the key.

7. Truncate – The Drill

Truncate returns to his self-entitled imprint with four straight up techno slammers. Truncate pays homage to Birmingham, London and Rotterdam with a collection of hard, gritty and gnarly techno bombs. Big club tools.

8. Nasty King Kurl – Baba Bass Tunes [777 Recordings]

One of my favourite electro producers at the minute Nasty King Kurl features on one of my favourite recent discoveries, 777 Recordings, so this was always going to be a match made in heaven. Four funked up, bass heavy electro treats. Coming full to the brim with big baselines and jacking vocals.

9. Justyn Nell – Gravitational Constant [KSR]

Kaiser’s KSR imprint is the gift that just keeps giving, wether it be on their digital releases or presses, you can always be guaranteed straight up techno tools. These tool’s come from a 16 year old, yes you read that right a 16 year old. Driving and hypnotic weapons, from a young master. Remember the name Justyn Nell.

10. PHENIX – REVELATIONS (Remastered 1991) [Missile Records]

Remastered ravey breakbeats from the legendary, Missile Records. Glitchy, bleepy, acidy; this EP has got absolutely everything you’d expect from a vintage rave on Missile. Originally released on 12″ on Atmosphere Records NY in 1991 the record has made its way to Missile, who’ve been reissuing heaps of good stuff as of late, big tip.

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