Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Cream Of The Crop - May 2015 Vinyl Chart


We are not even half way through the year but already we have two contenders for freshest track of the year. Topping the vinyl chart this month is DJ Spider's afrotechno bomb 'Nuclear Winter'. It's an infectious heads down stomper from the The Trilogy Tapes label.

Meanwhile the number 2 slot goes to Maalem Mahmoud Guinia, Floating Points and James Holden's 'Mimoum Marhaba' - another fusion of world music and modern day electronica that quickly sneaks up behind you and smacks you about the head with it's brilliance.

There are another 28 recommendations to go at from jazz infused techno to gospel funk and everything in between. Get a brew, use the player below and dig in.

http://www.juno.co.uk/charts/dj/536543-Paul_Thornton_itch_Dig_Deep/1509191-Chart/

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