We bring you another weekly round up of the biggest track drops this week on Soundcloud to soundtrack your weekend.

 

Just when you thought the grime takeover couldn’t go any further – trap super producer Baauer has teamed up with hyped Brooklyn rapper Leikeli47 and none other than Lewisham don Novelist. It’s the first single to drop from Baauer’s upcoming album ‘Aa’ which also features tracks with M.I.A., Rustie, and Pusha T.

One of grime’s most legendary MCs D Double E, and one of the genre’s biggest DJs/producers Sir Spyro – have teamed up with Capo Lee for new track ‘Mud’. It’s every bit as huge as you would expect from these 3 names.

Few producers are putting out quality UKG like Conducta and Notion right now, and their new collab ‘Felt This Way’ has been one of January’s top highlights. The B-side ‘Vague’ is equally worth your time, with a sound that recalls the glory days of garage without dwelling too much in the past.

We’ve been waiting for Locklead’s new EP on Unknown to the Unknown to drop since he teased ‘Deepcore’ on Fact’s Youtube last year. ‘Take One’ shows his huge versatility – a slamming 2 step banger that we can’t wait to hear on a big system.

Russian producer Low Tape doesn’t let on much about his identity, but what we do know is that he’s putting out some deeper than deep low-fi house that is well worth your time.

Paul C & Paolo Martini have been on our radar lately as one of the biggest duos pushing heavy, club-focussed tech house. If you’re into the likes of Steve Lawler or Jamie Jones, you need to check these guys out!

Alex Agore has been in the production game for a while now, but even that doesn’t explain how he’s magically channeled mid-90s US garage so flawlessly on this new demo he uploaded this week. Strictly Rhythm vibes start to finish!

Mele’s percussion-heavy, tribal sound is his trademark – but for anyone who thought his sound had peaked with 2015’s irresistable ‘Ambience’, he’s pulled another one out of the bag with ‘Queens Day’.

Hagan is a firm favourite at Resonate, and we recently sat down with him to catch up about his latest EP. While both tracks from Hagan on the EP are strong cuts in their own right, the Holloway remix of Glacier is appropriately ice-cold.