Its that time again where we are treated to an exceptional episode of Joe Hawes’s Coffee House Radio show where he rounds up his best and favourite releases of the month and meticulously mixes them into one stunning radio show.

House music sensation Jacob Colon has a brand-new release called ‘Poetic Justice’ on the way that features tribalistic beats and a tempo that makes you want to move. Getting deeper and more mysterious as the track progresses, Jacob’s hit is

Piano & Specs have been busy over recent months and years carving out a style of House that harks back to the golden years of the UK’s rave and early House music styles whilst retaining and forward-thinking energy that fuses

Norwegian House sensation WNDR is back after the success of ‘Everywhere You Are’ with a brand-new summer anthem called ‘Don’t Belong’. You are instantly met with a forceful melodic vocal that remains a key feature throughout, offering the classic House

Ken Bauer’s ‘Making’ starts off light and airy with those classic Progressive feels over a steady beat drawing you in bar by bar. Silky vocals are brought in, harmonising with the beat and taking the track to a whole new

  Operating out Tønsberg, Norway – Nikolay Cranner returns to action this month after a short hiatus in the studio, a place that he has been busy preparing this latest addition to his swelling discography. Making his debut on Spanish

Musical duo Clambake & Rav3era are back with an EP that certainly packs a punch. The ‘I Want’ EP features 2 incredible dance tracks that are seriously worthy of total domination.   The first track on the EP is called

Toya Delazy has been lighting up the underground electronic music movement in recent years with a barrage of genre-defying releases that shapeshift between club-centric beats and hypnotic Zulu lyricism bringing the flavour and organised chaos of freeform African genres into

25 years in the industry and Toma Hawk is still producing tracks that are absolutely of a gold-standard and this time he is armed with ‘The Watcher’. Starting off atmospheric, the intro mirrors a countdown that instantly starts to get

Matthew Schultz released his single ‘Go’ back in 2019 to critical acclaim and was described as a culmination of reggae and dancehall effortlessly blended with EDM that made the ultimate dancefloor tune. After enlisting the help of NYC producer Modern