Tesfa Williams is one of the names with the greatest drawing power on the sumptuous, edgy British house scene. He is the one who does Sunday late-nights on Rinse FM, where his show reviews the strains of the genre. A genre that, by the way, had never been dealt with in Rinse’s series of CD mixes. That will all change this coming 12th November, when "Rinse 21" comes out. For the selection, T. Williams has chosen productions by Maya Jane Coles, the latest from Breach and some dance-floor classics such as "Au Seve" by Julio Bashmore, alongside George FitzGerald’s "Child". Williams has also made room for UK Funky productions, like cuts by Roska, Foamo and his own works. It’s definitely a good way to set out the spectrum ranging from deep to tribal, including the reclaiming of garage. You have the cover art and the entire tracklist in sight to the right of these lines.