Heidi Vogel then returned with Jason Swinscoe's take on the show's opening track "Black Narcissus" and what a frankly, ridiculously good, remix it is as well with the Cinematics man taking the tune on a trip into big bassline, big screen, epic, dancefloor destroying territory - inspired. Haitus Kaiyote then brought the show down into deep future soul, but all too shorth, territory before the mysterious Lady threw down some damn nice, modern, feelgood soul. Modern boogie was then the order of the day with Juan Laya and Jorge Montiel and their future classic, "It's Got To Be Music" which nicely paved the way for some modern boogie beats from Hint.
Dobie, as is usually his want, got nasty on the sound system with his new single to promote his new album, "She's Stopped Now". Bandshell then took the show into deep house with a twist territory which led nicely into the unmastered, but full of soul, joys of "Detroitus" from the promising Boneshaker. Back in the day house vibes were then provided courtesy of DJ Deep's great new compilation and the not often heard "Karn Evil #10" which is just one of a whole raft of back in the day classics that Deep seems to have in endless numbers. The show was then brought back screaming into 2013 with the footwork soul sounds of Coco Bryce and "Club Tropicana"
Heidi Vogel - Black Narcissus (Far Out promo)
Mo Kolours - Bomptious (One Handed Music Promo)
Mark De Clive-Lowe & The Rotterdam Jazz Orchestra (Tru-Thoughts promo)
Seravince - 123 (Moovmnt promo)
Heidi Vogel - Black Narcissus, Cinematic Orchestra rmx (Far Out promo)
Hiatus Kaiyote - Rainbow Rhodes (Bandcamp)
Lady - Money (White)
Juan Laya, Jorge Montiel - It's Got To Be Music (Imagenes)
Hint - Aliens Enter, instrumental remix (Tru-Thoughts)
Dobie - She's Stopped Now (Big Dada promo)
Bandshell - Perc (Liberation Technologies promo)
Boneshaker - Detroitus (White)
Xperiment - Karn Evil #10 (Tresor promo)
Coco Bryce - Club Tropicana (Fremdtunes promo)