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Big Wild shares new Foreign Family Collective audio-visual collaboration, ‘Ascension’

Big Wild and Foreign Family Collective, the outlet for musicians and visual artists alike curated by the duo behind ODESZA, have released a new audio-visual collaboration entitled “Ascension.” “Ascension” is a journey into a world defined by both the beauty and conflicting dangers of technology. In the dystopian world, conception has been forcefully evolved into a machine-driven process, scored […]

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Dancing Astronaut proudly presents the 2017 Label of the Year

Runners-UpForeign Family Collectiveby Katie DaubertThere is no doubt that Grammy-nominated duo ODESZA claimed their status as some of the more cutting-edge producers in the dance music realm over the years. Following the release of their sophomore album, In Return, the team launched their own musical outlet, Foreign Family Collective, in 2015 in an effort to showcase a myriad […]

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Kasbo – Snow In Gothenburg

Since his breakout with “World Away“—released in 2015 on ODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective—Swedish producer Kasbo has made quick work of developing a distinct sound. He’s since remixed artists from Big Gigantic to Vance Joy and spent time touring with the likes ofOdesza, San Holo, and Slow Magic. The producer’s spring touring schedule is still being fleshed out, but he […]

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Louis Futon – Restless Sea ft Opia

Louis Futon has been a remix machine of late, with recent flips of Kendrick Lamar, Frank Ocean, and Tyler, The Creator pointing his sonic compass into a distinctly R&B/hip-hop driven direction. For the producer’s newest single, out now via ODESZA‘s Foreign Family Collective, Futon has enlisted the chill, soulful vocal talents of progressive rock trio Opia.The track, “Restless Sea,” is […]

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Chet Porter adds a whimsical spin to Kailee Morgue’s ‘Medusa’ [Stream]

Chet Porter continues his upward trajectory with a growing progressive, futuristic catalog that’s allowed him to carve out a successful jump start to his career, remixing names like Louis the Child and D.R.A.M. while releasing tracks on imprints including Foreign Family Collective and Moving Castle.For his latest piece, Porter delivers his own rendition of up-and-coming Phoenix-based musician Kailee Morgue’s single, “Medusa” bringing together an assortment of vibrant […]

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Kasbo releases dazzling new indietronica single ‘Bleed It Out’

In 2015, Kasbo played his first shows to massive, sold-out crowds in support of ODESZA’s In Return world tour. Quickly thereafter, the Swedish producer began cementing himself as one of electronic music’s most formidable up-and-comers. For his latest single — “Bleed It Out,” out now via ODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective — the Swedish producer has joined up with vocalist Nea for a track that’s every […]

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ODESZA release fervent new music video for their Leon Bridges collaboration, ‘Across the Room’

ODESZA is always seeking organic and innovative ways to share their music and connect with the masses. From their fan-made music video for “Line of Sight” to an insider’s look into the making of “Meridian,” Clayton Knight and Harrison Mills have, time and again, delivered on their shared artistic vision with a certain kind of thoughtful, premeditated fervor.In […]

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ODESZA’s ‘A Moment Apart’ is evocative, organic, and profoundly resilient [Album Review]

Tomorrow marks the exact three-year mark since ODESZA released their second LP, In Return. Today, September 8, Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight have stepped out of the woodwork for their third full-length album, A Moment Apart, out on their Foreign Family Collective imprint.The relentless touring that followed ODESZA’s sophomore LP gave way to rainy Seattle studio sessions in the winter of 2016, with finishing […]

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10 things we learned from ODESZA’s Twitter Q&A

As ODESZA continue their ascent to larger-than-life status, it’s two front members, Clayton and Harrison, held an hourlong Twitter Q&A late last week. Fans bombarded the #AskOdesza hashtag in 140 characters or less, asking everything from personal favors such as playing at their wedding, to details on their forthcoming September album, to evene the possibility of a specially-curated ODESZA musical festival.We’ve […]

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