Bristol-based producer dubspeeka has been unloading work since launching the techno moniker last year, and all the major underground heads have taken notice. Breaking off a well-rounded debut EP for Adam Beyer’s Drumcode, he slams down a four-tracker that’s stacked higher than the hype he’s built around the project. The raw cut “Primary K293” is choice, building from his brand of dark, driving rhythms with loads of low-end. The main lead is the real lure here, reeling you in bar-by-bar across painstakingly precise percussion and protruding bleeps that’ll have you hooked in no time. No word on a release date quite yet, so stay locked.