Press Play: Daedelus, Krystal Klear, Joker, T. Williams, and More

Record streams, singles, unreleased tunes, and more fill out the space of this week's Press Play, with an array of excellent artists—like Joker, Krystal Klear, D?m-Funk, Fort Romeau, Joe, Daedelus, T. Williams, Ssaliva, Juju & Jordash, and others—contributing their various productions. We think you'll enjoy what they have to offer.

The SoCal beatsmith known as Daedelus warps "Cartographist" by Canadian synth-poppers Purity Ring into a more upbeat and ominous tune.

Manchester's Krystal Klear unveils a preview of his forthcoming new single for Mad Tech, the rollicking "More Attention" b/w "My Love is Burning."

Purple dubstep guru Joker returns after his LP for 4AD with a clip of "Old Era," a glistening tune set to drop via his own Kapsize label.

Burgeoning house DJ/producer T. Williams shares another soulful cut from his upcoming Pain & Love EP for PMR.

Here's a smooth cover of Prince's "17 Days" by LA's undisputed king of contemporary funk, D?m-Funk, lifted from his new EP for Stones Throw, I Don't Wanna Be A Star!.

Check out an hour-plus-long live studio hardware improv session from Amsterdam house duo Juju & Jordash before it releases the new Techno Primitivism LP, courtesy of Melbourne Deepcast.

Enigmatic UK producer Joe has a new one on the way via Untold's Hemlock label, and this clattering jam will be on it.

Tiga's Turbo Recordings has a new EP on the way from London technoist Duke Dumont, called For Club Play Only Vol. 2, and has shared a stream of "No Money Blues" ahead of its release.

Listen to Belgian dreamcatcher Ssaliva's brand-new EP for Vlek, the wholly immersive moodscape called Sync Thrills.

UK house producer and 100% Silk signee Fort Romeau waxes particularly dreamy on this remix he delivered for indie chanteuse Frankie Rose.

Things get a bit ecstatic and unabashedly wide-eyed on this rework of Physical Therapy's "Drone On" tune by Chicago production duo Supreme Cuts.