10Trax: Last Japan’s moonlit madness takeover

One of the UK's finest underground producers takes over the playlist this week with ten tracks of pure heat.

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Last Japan is one of the UK underground’s finest producers. A student of British bass music he cut his teeth with dubstep and has since moved on to something altogether more strange and unique. His new album LUNA drops today on Coyote Records and to celebrate we’ve handed control of this week’s 10Trax playlist over to him. The results are just as sub-woofer busting as you’d expect.

MssingNo – ‘Muki Rain’

“Amazing track taken from MssingNo’s ‘M1 Personal Trainer’ mixtape.”

Mala – ‘Alicia’

“This one’s a percy and has been a classic for a while now. Big up those who have this on vinyl!”

Kahn & Neek – ‘Percy’

“Speaking of percy’s…”

slowthai – ‘North Nights’

“double n, no caps. slowthai the donny don doesn’t stop releasing heaters! Out to Kwes.”

Roc Marciano – ‘Flash Gordon’

“The GOAT.”

Flohio – ‘Bands’

“Glad Flohio decided to release this because I’ve been banging the Colors freestyle she recorded for a while now.”

Hate – ‘Submariner’

“Jungle has always been in my blood and this track by Hate flows right through me.”

Suspect – ‘One Way feat. Jesse James Solomon & Skepta’


Mr. Mitch – ‘VPN (Silk Road Assassins Remix)’

“Wanted to calm things down a little bit with this remix from Planet Mu / Coyote dons. Silk Road Assassins.”

Last Japan’s new album LUNA is out today via Coyote Records.

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