These guys are killing it at the moment.
1. Treble Clef. The legendary producer behind Ghetto Kyote drops a vibrant, musical mixtape on Spyro's Dragon Punch Records label. Cop Here.
2. Slackk. October sees the boxed resident release perhaps his best work yet in the form of the Failed Gods EP on Local Action Records. Not one to miss. Cop Here.
3. OH91. Bristolian producer OH91 releases his militant Stealth on Coyote Records backed with perhaps an even more violent remix(!) by Spooky. Cop Here.
4. Trends. On his label Mean Streets, the exciting young producer has organised a remarkable set of remixes. Cop Here.
5. Splurt Diablo. His long awaited J3 EP is out on Oil Gang. Dark, menacing grime at it's finest. Cop Here.
6. Spooky. Also now out on Oil Gang are the Coolie Joyride Remixes. Provided by Murlo, Sir Pixalot, Trends and Samename, this is one of the hottest releases of the year. Cop Here.
7. Rabit. The “mad texan scientist” follows the groundbreaking Double Dragon EP with another fantastic release on Disktopia. Cop Here.
8. Kelela. She linked up with several Fade to Mind associated producers to create this RnB mixtape. No, it's not grime (mostly) but yes, it is fantastic. Cop Here.
9. Jam City. Finally, a Jam City Club Constructions release! Eagerly anticipated, it does not disappoint. Cop Here.10. Logos. Before his album on Keysound drops, Logos first serves up a collaborative EP with fellow wizard Mumdance. Brutal and brilliant. Cop Here.