Whenever I’m in Dublin, I struggle to leave the city without a trip to All City Records and everytime it proves that good things can come in small packages, as this modestly sized store is absolutely jam packed with the good shit. Just like all the best record shops with clued in staff and buyers at the helm, you can pick up timeless represses of things you’ve worn out, find out about artists or labels for the first time and generally buy great music from a very broad spectrum.

Below are five I scooped last week…

I had picked up an earlier release on the Born Free imprint in Rush Hour, so was curious to hear more from the label. This track is the kind of club record I love, it does a lot with very little and will be useful for years to come.

It’s hard to make flutes sound good in dance music but Dan Snaith nailed it on an often overlooked album track Mars. A proper breakbeat club no that just builds and builds and something I felt was great to have on a 12″.

More non 4/4 club music, this time from Prins Thomas with a proper hypnotic roller entitled A.

Low slung dub from Orson on version = perfect start of the night vibes.

Sampha’s Process getting the remix 12″ treatment from Batu, Bambounou and Parris is a great example of modern UK electronics.