Paranoid London

Paranoid London recently burst onto the scene with their debut self titled album, in limited vinyl only pressing. After a few super limited LP releases, with little promotion, their album is an instant classic. Featuring stomping minimal acid house beats throughout, it is definitely worth picking up, if you can find a copy!


Catch Paranoid London performing live at Seth Troxler’s Acid Future 

A few of my selections from the album are

Eating Glue


Paris Dub 1

Daniel Avery – Knowing We’ll Be Here [PHLP02]


“After being signed to the ‘Phantasy’ label, owned by Erol Alkan, Daniel Avery’s debut album, ‘Drone Logic’, was born in Alkan’s back garden studio, made using only analogue equipment. It was created with the intention of locking in the audience and taking them on a journey through sound – definitely the right idea.

Inspired by Chemical Brothers, Underworld and Four Tet, a trippy vibe is created by his rhythmic and psychedelic swirls and space-like aura, leaving an intriguing trail. ” Musical Roundabout, YouTube

Knowing We’ll Be Here is one of my favourite tracks, feature below, but the whole album can be streamed here.

Panama – Its Not Over (Ejeca’s Rave To The Grave Remix)

EJECA brings his pumping garage basslines, notably from Horizons, into this lovely remix of Panama’s latest single. This track takes you on a nicely energetic yet chilled journey, with that underlaying funky bass keeping the pace broken up with a lovely old school piano section.