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Ikonika shares “Praxis” from upcoming ‘Position’ EP

Props to UK label Hyperdub for boasting one of the best arsenals of female artists in experimental electronic music. In addition to newer arrivals like Fatima Al Qadiri, Laurel Halo, and Jessy Lanza, Sara Abdel-Hamid, a.k.a. Ikonika, has been a noteworthy producer in a male-dominated world for years. This week, the…

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Elk Road’s remix of Jayme’s Young’s “Habits Of My Heart” will be your newest craving

If you haven’t been keeping tabs on Australian producer Elk Road, now is the time to tune in to what this forward-thinking musician is up to. Hot off the heels of his official remix for Charli XCX’s “Boom Clap” is yet another remix being released off Atlantic Records. Elk Road’s “Habits Of My…

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Birthday Boy releases first single “Sacramento” from upcoming EP [Premiere]

This colorful track is the first single off of Birthday Boy’s upcoming rookie EP entitled “Colors”. The song is called Sacramento, which seems to be appropriate given its summer, west coast vibe. The single not only features original production, but also original vocals done by Birthday Boy himself. As with…

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HARD Summer 2014: Head to toe perfection

While LA will never cease its love of Skrillex, Diplo, Dillon Francis, and other big name electronic acts, the truth is that a part of what makes Hard Summer so special, this year in Whittier, California, is its diverse range of acts that attract fans of various different electronic scenes. From…

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Bantam Lions shares deep and heady house track, “Many Years Later” [Premiere]

Here’s that tender house vibe that will remain cemented in your head for a good while. Produced by the Liverpool gent,Bantam Lions, who knows how to delve into the experimental, “Many Years Later” serves as the AA to his newest EP, Recollections. Out on Scenery, the four tracker features two…

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HUNTAR’s “Naked Noises” gets the remix treatment by Andrea [Premiere]

It’s Wednesday already, aren’t you tired already? I know I am, and I can definitely vibe to some soothing and sensual music right about now. Luckily, HUNTAR’s track “Naked Noises” has seen the remix treatment by Andrea.  To be honest, the first minute and a half, I did think, this…

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RioTGeaR takes Sydney Blu & Kalendr’s collab “Together” to a whole new level

Brand new label Endgame Records just came out with their inaugural release, “Together” by Sydney Blu & Kalendr. We just had the RioTGeaR remix dropped into our inbox, and we’ve been loving it. The original brings out a steady, feel-good groove, and the remix accentuates that summertime tech-house flair. RioTGeaR’s work here is highlighted…

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Deebs drops witchy, slow-building “Wake Forever” [Download]

 Sometimes I take for granted how many great artists are constantly emerging from Canada.  One of the latest is Toronto-based producer Deebs, born Will Diebel.  He may not be a household name yet, but he has the potential; his Clams Casino-sized beats and otherworldly melodies form a unique blend of witch and…

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JL is all about summer fun in “Kilo Kilo” [Download]

Ahh, the summertime. We travel to festivals, stalk our favorite bands, and wear no clothes while doing it. It’s a beautiful time for beautiful (and usually upbeat) music.  Today I have a selection off of Rooftops Horizon’s Compilation Vol. 1, a project dedicated to promoting and sharing music from five different…

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Grab a breath of fresh air with Leon Osborn’s ‘Nature Strips’ compilation

I live in San Diego, and even though the town may not be the smoggiest of them all, it’s still nothing compared to that of the mountain wilderness. The fresh trees, sunshine, and overall nature coincide much better with beautiful music. Perhaps that’s why the game has been so drowned…

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Kayliox takes us “Von Deeper” with Option Available

Kayliox’s most recent production is an original collaboration with UK duo Option Available. Following their bass house style, the Canadian duo came up with the song while on tour in Miami. While in the car on the way to one of their gigs, they listened to Dillon Francis’ ‘DJ Hanzel’…

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Vince Watson reconstructs Matthias Vogt’s “Maintain” into a b-side gem [Premiere]

Frankfurt-based producer, Matthias Vogt, has worked up quite the reputation as a respected jazz pianist, DJ, and producer since the nineties. With such multeity in musical tastes, it comes to no surprise that for the last two decades Vogt’s managed to produce electronic music with a structure that demonstrates an…

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Worakls returns in stunning fashion with “Salzburg” and “Far Far Away”

The young Frenchman Worakls is back with another pair of dream-inducing tracks to please eager fans, inspired by his European travels and an innate desire to create something new. Though his name might be unfamiliar to some, the Hungry Music progeny has demonstrated a unique talent for building rich productions…

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Prince Fox excellently revamps Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me”

Prince Fox’s most recent remix puts a new future bass spin on Sam Smith’s smash hit “Stay With Me.” The New York native puts his signature chord and synth work to task, while taking the acoustically-driven original tune and turning it up ever so slightly. However, amidst all of the…

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Tapioca & The Flea take Olivver’s “Attica ’71″ to new heights [Premiere]

Tapioca & The Flea– and who said that band names are unoriginal these days– may have an off-the-wall title, but they certainly aren’t a group to glaze over. I first came across the LA group when Com Truise decided to remix their anthemic summer jam “Take It Slow;” ever since then,…

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