This month's vinyl chart packed full of essential new releases. Kai Alce retains his Number 1 position from last month with the Dubs of his Take A Chance 12" on NDATL. The pink marbled vinyl comes complete with versions from Larry Heard AKA Mr Fingers.
Number 2 goes to Dan Curtain's deep techno chugger Deserted Station from the Melodymathics 10". We return to the NDATL camp for Number 3 - this year's Special Edition 12" continues the quality with 4 cuts. Check Stefan Ringer's Fleek for some squidgy acid house.
Sofrito snatch up the Number 4 spot with an lovely slice of afro flavoured business. If Bazare D Pablo's Nassima doesn't make your neck move you may be lacking in soul...
Funk and Soul heads head straight for the 7" at Number 5. Anthem Of The North do it again with Walking With My Eyes Closed from Formula 1. Unearthed by Ian Wright, the original pressing has been known to go for $1000. Plus let's not forget the killer on the flipside.
If you like your Deep House with vocals, check the full release of Kai Alce's Take A Chance at Number 5. My rule of thumb with NDATL is buy on sight.
Razor-N-Tape's latest addition to their excellent catalogue is the much hyped Hot & Bothered EP from Junktion. Definitely one for the Nu Disco Maffia, and it comes on transparent green vinyl which is always nice.
The debut from Love Drop Edits on Disco Deviance makes a rare re-entry at Number 8. Personal favourite is The Buzz but it seems anything this guy touches turns to gold. Check Love Drop Edits in the mix on this month's Dig Deep Radio Show.
Number 9 goes to Deetron for his slamming The Believer track. A Big Room killer if ever I heard one. Meanwhile Obas Nenor's cut up of Gil Scott-Heron's Home Is Where The Hatred Is on Mahogani rounds off the Top 10 in style. Already sold out in the shops, but head to Discogs or Vinyl Exchange if you want a copy at a fair price.
And that's just the Top 10. There are another 20 more gems to go at. Start the player or follow the links for the full Top 30.