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LA indie pop artist Chelsea Lankes rounds out the year with a new track “Home.” Her alto floats effortlessly over a bed of twinkling electronics, as she admits “now I can see, you’re my home.”??
French Express’ Isaac Tichauer puts a house spin on Australian trio RÜFÜS’ latest single “Like An Animal.”
Ulterior Motif’s Jolin Ras is back with a perfect joint for these rainy days remixing Boyz II Men’s “Can You Stand The Rain” from their 1997 album Evolution, stream or download below.
“Why’d You” is the second track off Lexington, Kentucky producer Ellie Herring’s two track EP. The song is yet another example of the rising artist’s versatility and knack for blending genres. “Why’d You” is available for purchase tomorrow via Race Car Productions.
R&B veterans Bobby Caldwell and Jack Splash aka Cool Uncle return with a retro minded sticky and sweet soulful single “Game Over” featuring Mayer Hawthorne.
New local collective Supportive GF, a collaborative creative of art and music have released their debut track “Marry Me (I Do) Part 1? produced by Angela Donna Christensen and cover art by Brittany McKenzie Williams. We can’t wait to hear more, stream below.
Local producer/DJ Whipped Cream has progressed a lot this year with some creative collaborations and solid remixes but now she teams up with Lisbon based producer Holly for her first original track titled “Connections”, stream or download below.
“Hawk Fly Tiger Run” is the last installment of Ofelia K.‘s solo debut EP. While this talented new artist may appear soft-spoken, her music definitely packs a powerful punch. Listen to the latest, below. ‘Plastic Flower’ is available for purchase starting tomorrow.
Los Angeles by way of Australia’s Cleopold shares a new indie pop single “Scarlet” this week, proving he’s just as talented a singer as he is a producer. Listen to “Scarlet” below.
Montreal beat master WYLN pulled up in rari to jåmvvis’ new flip of Migos ‘Why You Mad’. Leaned out though it may be, the track title has no direct connection to lean. Rather, a common cold. Posted by G. Poplopavich
Rustie announces the release of his third studio album, EVENIFUDONTBELIEVE, tomorrow via Warp, but today stream his bombastic new track “Peace Upzzz.”
Alohaha is the new project of LA based producer Jake Sinclair and poet Lyndsay Thornton. The duo’s debut single “Welcome To Your New Life” is like a relaxed fit pair of jeans, perfect for a chilled out Saturday afternoon. Americana at its core, the song is stripped down with tinges of Beck. Check it out […]
Vancouver producer Rook Milo has released the final track to the upcoming Airhead EP titled “Vices” featuring No Will, Rook’s emotional touch to his production is unique and quite refreshing. Can’t wait to hear the whole EP, stream below!
New York Tropical House artist Thero brings back the summer heat with a new blissed out remix of Los Angeles singer MONOGEM’s single “Wait And See,” available today as a free download. Check it out below!
We’ve been anticipating LNDN DRGS debut album Aktive for quite some time and finally Compton’s Jay Worthy and Vancouver’s own Sean House have released the single “Susan” with the project set to be out soon on Fools Gold Records. Stream below!
Local producer James Deen is back with another fabulous P.H.F. remix this time for “Lotion” which will give you all types of feels, stream or download below.
Dripsy Collective producer/singer TASTELESSRED comes out with another great local remix this time slowing down LADYFRND’s “Geist” and giving it a bass lift, stream or download below.
Atlanta based producers/DJ’s Mikkoh & Decoteau have teamed up as Mikoteau and released their debut track “Swayzae” sampling Missy Elliot’s single “Sock It 2 Me” from her 1997 album Supa Dupa Fly, stream or download below.
New crew Deephead from Montreal let loose the first off their upcoming LP, Drugs 2. Built off Lil Kims own Drugs by members Skin Deep and cannonhead. Eyes peeled for MFG II. Posted by G. Poplopavich
Rilla Force takes you for a walk with his new drop for Too Lush. From Baile Funk to instrumental Hip Hop x Future it’s a damn chiller. Artwork also by the man himself. Posted by G. Poplopavich