Astrophonica label head Fracture has shared a title track stream from his latest EP, Loving Touch, due out next week on drum & bass producer dBridge’s Exit label. The London-based artist has been making music for over a decade, both solo and in collaboration with longstanding production partner Neptune, and has released on labels like Goldie’s pioneering Metalheadz as well as via his own Astrophonica, also home to artists like Machinedrum and Om Unit. Streaming below, Fracture’s “Loving Touch” centers around Ralphi Rosario and Xavier Gold’s early Chicago classic “You Used To Hold Me,” kicking up the pace up to a frenetic 160bpm and adding footwork hi-hats, breaks, and a “killer reese bassline.” The full EP is due out on June 30, and a tracklist has been posted below.

01. Loving Touch
02. Werk It
03. Grippin’ Grain w/ Sam Binga
04. Overload