Deep Inside: February 2019's must-hear home and techno playlist

With lots of of data launched every week, it’s tough to maintain monitor of what’s happening in dance music. Thankfully, FACT’s Deep Inside playlist delivers all of our favourite home, techno, electro, disco and rave tracks from the previous month straight to your ears.

It would be the begin of a brand new 12 months, however there’s nonetheless loads of recent home and techno to get caught into. Top of the listing is the improbable new EP from Berlin techno legend Substance (his first since 1998, no much less), which sits comfortably alongside nice new music from Jordan GCZ, Lowtec and eccentric Russian producer Buttechno.

Other music to look out for this month contains techno mystic Xosar’s new album The Possessor Possesses Nothing, a tasty collaboration between Detroit’s FIT Siegel and Workshop hero Kassem Mosse, a brand new alias from Shed, wonky rave enterprise from Rian Treanor and Nkisi’s must-hear album on UIQ.

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Substance – ‘Rise and Shine’ [Ostgut Ton]
Jordan GCZ – ‘Minor 7 Resin’ [Rush Hour]
Xosar – ‘Fantasmagoria’ [Bedouin Records]
Bergsonist – ‘Affiliation’ [Optimo Music]
Buttechno – ‘Dub Hole Funkin’ [Incienso]
PTU – ‘Mstera’ [Trip]
Vladimir Dubyshkin – ‘Bellissimo’ [Trip]
Russell E.L. Butler – ‘Tree Frog Whistle’ [Spectral Sound]
Glyn Hendry – ‘Dexy’ [Poly Kicks]
Rian Treanor – ‘ATAXIA_D1’ [Planet Mu]
Lowtec – ‘Hotel D Europe’ [Avenue 66]
Duckett – ‘Who Needs The Dregs We Should Cut Off Their Legs (And Have Done)’ [Wisdom Teeth]
FIT Siegel & Kassem Mosse – ‘Saboten’ [FIT Sound]
Sias – ‘May 1932’ [Jheri Tracks]
FaltyDL – ‘Scream Acid’ [Blueberry Recordings]
AceMo – ‘Smooth Move’ [self-released]
Betonkust & Palmbomen II – ‘Bart’s Jam’ [Dekmantel]
Nkisi – ‘II’ [UIQ]
Gigi Galli – ‘9.99Mb (Techno Mix)’ [Clan Destine Records]
Voiski – ‘Taking Flight’ [Dolly]
Mikron – ‘NynIV’ [CPU Records]
Hoover1 – ‘Hoover1B’ [Hoover]
Machine Woman – ‘East Midlands Rave Tune’ [Take Away Jazz Records]

Scott Wilson is FACT’s tech editor. Find him on Twitter

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