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BEAUTIFUL BUZZZ

DUSKUS - CAN'T STAND THE FEELING

Music, Original MixAlli LindseyComment

Foreign Family signee and Manchester’s own Duskus is quickly summiting a hill of mass influence. Between his textural sound design and floating melodies, Duskus delivers his In Retrospect EP. Woven with intention and a distinguished signature sound, “Can’t Stand The Feeling” is the fourth cut from the majestic 5-track effort. Introduced by a whispering lo-fi ascension, this shimmering triumph is infectious and velvety smooth. Boasting a retro-feel complimented with a shadowy reverb, Duskus manipulates emotion through music with each vibrant turn and transition. Like a dream like state, “Can’t Stand The Feeling” is an atmospheric relic carefully placed within the EP. Tune into today and watch this space for more from Duskus.

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GESAFFELSTEIN - DANCE X

Music, Original MixErin MaherComment

Alright my 80’s industrial dark dance vibes music babies … we got the good good for ya! The legend Gesaffelstein once again has … out of no where … dropped a new EP Novo Sonic System. Surprise! This one starts off strong and keeps you chair dancing at your desk for the full 16 minute 6 song record …. swoon! “Dance X” has that grimy 80’s electro flavor that will make you feel as if your zipping through TRON on your neon glowing bike. Rad. I LOVE THIS! Listen to the entire EP HERE!

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LATE NIGHT ALUMNI - JUST A DREAM FT. LIPLESS (DEZZA REMIX)

Music, RemixErin MaherComment

One of the more exciting things we’ve done in the past few weeks is announce our COLORIZE show featuring Matt Fax and this legend DEZZA. Today Canadian producer DEZZA released this latest remix of “Just a Dream ft. Lipless” by Late Night Alumni … and we are swooning. This vocal is like the coolest!!! DEZZA spreads his progressive house flavor all over this track … it’s like butter! This will be one to include on your weekend party playlist, you can swoop it HERE!

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OTR - DRIVE

Music, Original MixSara NatkinsComment

For his third original release of the year, dance pop standout OTR is teaming up with Jarrah McCleary’s Sydney-based synthpop group Panama for “Drive,” out now via Astralwerks. “Drive” is elegant and complex, firmly establishing OTR as one of the most introspective and forward-thinking producers around. It’s OTR at his deepest, combining his emotive, thought-provoking style with the comfort and simplicity of heartfelt lyricism. With delicacy and grace, OTR has breathed fresh air into dance music with an emphasis on being and feeling, rather than just listening. Radiating new dimensions of sensitivity and eloquence, OTR’s foray into a new sound is daring and gracefully accomplished, a patent embrace of vulnerable artistry that speaks to his story to date.

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LONGSTORYSHORY - BELIEVE

Music, Original MixSara NatkinsComment

From the onset of “Believe,” longstoryshort entrances listeners with mesmerizing vocal chops atop of budding layers of oscillating bass. Chock-full of everything we know and love about bass-house, longstoryshort seems to elevates the genre one step further with his own added flair. The UK garage and drum & bass inspired artist combines his affinity for the genres into a unique style entirely his own. Transcending genre with each and every release, longstoryshort refuses to write the same song over and over again. Listen to “Believe” today.

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YOTTO - IS THIS TRANCE?

Music, Original MixErin MaherComment

This week was all about playing catch-up with work and life and all the other stuff that can get put off until later. Good thing I got my boi YOTTO droppin new tracks to keep things interesting! Finnish songwriter/producer put out a brilliant new deep house gem “Is This Trance” which I’ve had on repeat all week long. This one is fat and juicy with light bouncy melodies under deep house dance beats … it’s delicious! This one is out now via Anjunadeep and you can swoop it HERE!

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MIDOCA - DRY THE ROSE

Music, Original MixSara NatkinsComment

A visceral journey through complex sound, Midoca’s Dry The Rose EP is deeply personal. His mau5trap debut weaves tales of growth, vulnerability, and understanding. His lead single “Dry The Rose,” is out now. Transcending the boundaries of genre, Midoca combines sonic electronic elements with avant-garde production techniques to create a style that is uniquely his own. The EP’s namesake track comes as part one to Midoca’s story, chronicling the means of a powerful journey ending in acceptance and new, hopeful beginnings. Thoughtful and poignant, Midoca’s entrancing vocals craft soul-stirring melodies atop stunning synths. Melancholic to its core, the LA-based producer creates a mellifluous testament to shedding stale skin. “Dry The Rose” is an urgent plea for important change, and an everlasting reminder that even in moments of pain, we can emerge stronger and more in-tune than before.

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MICKEY KOJAK - VIDEO GAMES

Erin MaherComment

Wow! Mickey Kojak has done it again. His new single “Video Games” is a glowing blend or colorful synths, airy vocals, and plenty of spice. I first caught on to this amazing Australian producer and have been listening ever since. I’m sure you’ll be as hooked as I am with one listen to his new single. Check it out!

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JSTJR - PUT IN THAT WORK

Music, Original MixAlli LindseyComment

After milestone releases with Insomniac, Monstercat, Fool’s Gold, and Mad Decent, JSTJR is more himself than ever with his latest unveiling, “Put In That Work.” The bodacious cut dropped on his imprint Group Chat Recordings and teeters between a melodic techno bass-line and thunderous trap aromas. Blending two main-stage genres, this intoxicating joint has a magnetism defined only JSTJR himself. This zealous single is a thrilling, festival-ready anthem drenched in a wicked sound-design. A stepping stone ahead of his forthcoming EP, JSTJR leaves listeners on their toes with “Put In That Work.” Join the party today.

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