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Anabel Englund and Jamie Jones share soothing house feeler, ‘Messing With Magic’

LA-based Anabel Englund recently released a satiating dancefloor feeler, “Messing With Magic,” with Ibiza mainstay, Jamie Jones, through Ultra Records‘ Area 10 division. With a dark twist in the form of a brooding bass supporting Englund’s resonant vocals alongside heartbeat percussion, the track offers its due diligence with a sprinkle of light, uplifting piano chords. […]

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REZZ confirms Grimes collaboration following DREZO announcement

Grimes has been keeping busy in the dance music space. Her most recent venture appears to be a trek into bassier territory, per a brief exchange with mau5trap alumna REZZ. The latter replied to a tweet by Grimes plugging her upcoming Art Basel party, BIO-HAQUE, with a simple, “Let’s finish ours next.” Grimes replied, “Yes […]

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Ekali and Illenium instill bass-padded poignancy on ‘Hard To Say Goodbye’

It was only a matter of time until two producers equally well matched in technical dexterity and emotive skill meshed their sensibilities. If the synergistic potential of Ekali and ILLENIUM‘s approaches to bass production wasn’t glaringly apparent prior to the arrival of “Hard To Say Goodbye,” the collaboration will render it irrevocably so. The fourth […]

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Mura Masa and slowthai say ‘Deal Wiv It’

Mura Masa and slowthai have proven again their formidable appeal as a producer-vocalist ensemble, linking up for the second time to say “Deal Wiv It,” another cheeky nuanced number, following last year’s “Doorman,” which appeared on slowthai’s Nothing Great About Britain LP. “Deal Wiv It” packs melodic jaunts and bass struts, equal parts Talking Heads […]

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SLANDER finds Moody Good for a perfectly Gud Vibrations release, ‘Heart Break’

SLANDER’s Derek Andersen and Scott Land have delivered “Heart Brake” with Moody Good and featuring KARRA through the former’s very own Gud Vibrations imprint, the label the duo founded with NGHTMRE. The track floats in a haunting air of monstrous, glitched out ad libs below KARRA’s eerie vocals. Building up to its calculated demise, the […]

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Martin Garrix and Dean Lewis team up for breathy new tune ‘Used To Love’

Martin Garrix has enlisted Australian singer/songwriter Dean Lewis for the former’s latest commercial dance release, “Used To Love.” The pair spent a few weeks together in Amsterdam last summer, getting the crux of the track together. “Used To Love” is vocal-led by Lewis’s impassioned vocals, while Garrix foregoes a heavy electronic emphasis, trading it in […]

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Martin Garrix and Dean Lewis team up for breathy new tune ‘Used To Love’

Martin Garrix has enlisted Australian singer/songwriter Dean Lewis for the former’s latest commercial dance release, “Used To Love.” The pair spent a few weeks together in Amsterdam last summer, getting the crux of the track together. “Used To Love” is vocal-led by Lewis’s impassioned vocals, while Garrix foregoes a heavy electronic emphasis, trading it in […]

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REZZ and Malaa unshackle mid-tempo malice, ‘Criminal,’ just in time for Halloween

REZZ and Malaa‘s long-awaited, two-headed aural animal of unearthly proportions has arrived. “Criminal” has been the source audacious anticipation from each artist’s fandom—who often and enthusiastically intersect—but have now directly collided for the occasion. The track rings of the beguiling mid-tempo riddling REZZ’s catalog, but that has only just began to slither and writhe into […]

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Kaskade and Mr. Tape reconvene for rousing cut, ‘Come On’

Kaskade and Mr. Tape are keeping the club burners coming with “Come On.” The entreating number is another notch in the producers’ carved-up collaborative post. To date, Kaskade and the Mr. Tape duo have hopped on a number of nuanced cuts together. In the past, they’ve showed off their creative synergy on “Fun,” “Show of […]

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Major Lazer and Khalid collaborate for poignant new production, ‘Trigger’

Major Lazer and Khalid have teamed up for a swooning feeler entitled “Trigger,” released on the soundtrack for the upcoming PlayStation 4 game Death Stranding: Timefall, due November 7. Combining both artists’ strong points, the radio-rendered production lays a bed of lush synths for Khalid’s crooning vocals to rest upon and flourish. The soft chords caress […]

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Major Lazer and Khalid collaborate for poignant new production, ‘Trigger’

Major Lazer and Khalid have teamed up for a swooning feeler entitled “Trigger,” released on the soundtrack for the upcoming PlayStation 4 game Death Stranding: Timefall, due November 7. Combining both artists’ strong points, the radio-rendered production lays a bed of lush synths for Khalid’s crooning vocals to rest upon and flourish. The soft chords caress […]

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Major Lazer and Khalid collaborate for poignant new production, ‘Trigger’

Major Lazer and Khalid have teamed up for a swooning feeler entitled “Trigger,” released on the soundtrack for the upcoming PlayStation 4 game Death Stranding: Timefall, due November 7. Combining both artists’ strong points, the radio-rendered production lays a bed of lush synths for Khalid’s crooning vocals to rest upon and flourish. The soft chords caress […]

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Flux Pavilion and Turin Brakes reach for collaborative trifecta, with ‘I Will Stay’

Flux Pavilion continues to counter notions that his name is solely of use in tandem with heavy bass compositions, with the release of “I Will Stay.” The producer has flipped the artistic table for the greater part of 2019, demonstrating his ability to adequately deviate from the wonky, bass-fueled constructions that defined his early discography. […]

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Flux Pavilion and Turin Brakes reach for collaborative trifecta, with ‘I Will Stay’

Flux Pavilion continues to counter notions that his name is solely of use in tandem with heavy bass compositions, with the release of “I Will Stay.” The producer has flipped the artistic table for the greater part of 2019, demonstrating his ability to adequately deviate from the wonky, bass-fueled constructions that defined his early discography. […]

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Grabbitz and NGHTMRE unveil emotive, bass-fueled ‘Bruises’

Grabbitz and NGHTMRE have teamed up for the first time with new Ultra Music release, “Bruises.” Grabbitz lends not only his production skills to the track, but also a compelling vocal line that he has dubbed one of his most “challenging vocal performances to date.” A vocal-led introduction paired with an instrumental-paved pathway guides Grabbitz’s […]

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Grabbitz and NGHTMRE unveil emotive, bass-fueled ‘Bruises’

Grabbitz and NGHTMRE have teamed up for the first time with new Ultra Music release, “Bruises.” Grabbitz lends not only his production skills to the track, but also a compelling vocal line that he has dubbed one of his most “challenging vocal performances to date.” A vocal-led introduction paired with an instrumental-paved pathway guides Grabbitz’s […]

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Anna Lunoe and Nina Las Vegas finally link for collaboration 15 years in the making, ‘One Thirty’ [Stream]

It seems absurd that this didn’t happen sooner, but now we finally have a proper collaboration between two of Australia’s most beloved electronic exports—Nina Las Vegas and Anna Lunoe. The longtime friends, who shared similar trajectories coming up as dance tastemakers down under before both finding global breakthroughs, had never actually done a joint track […]

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Anna Lunoe and Nina Las Vegas finally link for collaboration 15 years in the making, ‘One Thirty’ [Stream]

It seems absurd that this didn’t happen sooner, but now we finally have a proper collaboration between two of Australia’s most beloved electronic exports—Nina Las Vegas and Anna Lunoe. The longtime friends, who shared similar trajectories coming up as dance tastemakers down under before both finding global breakthroughs, had never actually done a joint track […]

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Anna Lunoe and Nina Las Vegas finally link for collaboration 15 years in the making, ‘One Thirty’ [Stream]

It seems absurd that this didn’t happen sooner, but now we finally have a proper collaboration between two of Australia’s most beloved electronic exports—Nina Las Vegas and Anna Lunoe. The longtime friends, who shared similar trajectories coming up as dance tastemakers down under before both finding global breakthroughs, had never actually done a joint track […]

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Ekali strikes an emotive chord on the Wafia-assisted ‘Be Fine’

Swiftly ascending vocalist, Wafia, has momentarily put down the pen she’s been using to scribe her debut album in order to join Ekali for a poignant new production, “Be Fine.” In the past, the singer-songwriter has lent her vocals to other electronic efforts, such as Louis The Child‘s fan favorite, “Better Not.” As in her […]

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