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Electronic meets indie in Last Heroes’ conversion of Woodlock’s ‘Feel It Coming’

In October of 2020, Last Heroes and Woodlock would align their names on the former’s penultimate Finding Light tracklisting. Call it an unlikely creative alliance between an emotive electronic force and the Melbourne-based acoustic/folk band, but don’t call it a fluke, for Last Heroes and the three-piece Woodlock outfit are carrying their collaborative interplay into […]

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Electronic meets indie in Last Heroes’ conversion of Woodlock’s ‘Feel It Coming’

In October of 2020, Last Heroes and Woodlock would align their names on the former’s penultimate Finding Light tracklisting. Call it an unlikely creative alliance between an emotive electronic force and the Melbourne-based acoustic/folk band, but don’t call it a fluke, for Last Heroes and the three-piece Woodlock outfit are carrying their collaborative interplay into […]

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Newcomer Kerala delivers heartfelt single ‘Different Light’ ahead of debut EP

Kerala may not yet be a household name, but the producer is proving to be sharp as a tack in the studio, building out a growing catalog of impressive original works marked by an enticing, uplifting future bass sound. His latest, “Different Light,” lands ahead of his upcoming Escapism EP, and serves as a perfect […]

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Manila Killa, Jai Wolf, Malaa, Slow Magic, and more land on Petit Biscuit’s ‘Parachute’ remix LP

Petit Biscuit has shared a 12-track remix package for his genre-bending sophomore album Parachute, released in October 2020. The remix LP comes complete with previous submissions from Malaa, Jai Wolf, and Big Gigantic including eight additional revisions from Khamsin, Duskus, Manila Killa, Koos, Japanese Wallpaper, Manu Dia, Tony Romera, Slow Magic, and Jerro. Speaking on the Parachute remixes the Petit […]

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Manila Killa, Jai Wolf, Malaa, Slow Magic, and more land on Petit Biscuit’s ‘Parachute’ remix LP

Petit Biscuit has shared a 12-track remix package for his genre-bending sophomore album Parachute, released in October 2020. The remix LP comes complete with previous submissions from Malaa, Jai Wolf, and Big Gigantic including eight additional revisions from Khamsin, Duskus, Manila Killa, Koos, Japanese Wallpaper, Manu Dia, Tony Romera, Slow Magic, and Jerro. Speaking on the Parachute remixes the Petit […]

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Manila Killa, Jai Wolf, Malaa, Slow Magic, and more land on Petit Biscuit’s ‘Parachute’ remix LP

Petit Biscuit has shared a 12-track remix package for his genre-bending sophomore album Parachute, released in October 2020. The remix LP comes complete with previous submissions from Malaa, Jai Wolf, and Big Gigantic including eight additional revisions from Khamsin, Duskus, Manila Killa, Koos, Japanese Wallpaper, Manu Dia, Tony Romera, Slow Magic, and Jerro. Speaking on the Parachute remixes the Petit […]

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Manila Killa, Jai Wolf, Malaa, Slow Magic, and more land on Petit Biscuit’s ‘Parachute’ remix LP

Petit Biscuit has shared a 12-track remix package for his genre-bending sophomore album Parachute, released in October 2020. The remix LP comes complete with previous submissions from Malaa, Jai Wolf, and Big Gigantic including eight additional revisions from Khamsin, Duskus, Manila Killa, Koos, Japanese Wallpaper, Manu Dia, Tony Romera, Slow Magic, and Jerro. Speaking on the Parachute remixes the Petit […]

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Kasbo elevates ‘Cry / Dance Radio’ with third episode [Stream]

After formally reinstating his Cry / Dance series on Sirius XM Chill in November of 2020, Kasbo is reeling in the third installment in the ongoing initiative. The Places We Don’t Know producer dives headfirst into the empyreal dimensions of experimental, indie, nu-disco, and melodic house, with episode three interweaving originals from the likes of tourist, Icarus, […]

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Good Morning Mix: Vintage Culture delivers a brimming BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix

Vintage Culture, also known as Lukas Ruiz, is an artist who lives and breathes the culture of dance music. Of late, the Brazilian artist has more than adequately demonstrated that passion by diving into his immersive catalog of originals and remixes for a BBC Radio 1-hosted Essential Mix. In recent years, Vintage Culture has topped […]

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Good Morning Mix: Vintage Culture delivers a brimming BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix

Vintage Culture, also known as Lukas Ruiz, is an artist who lives and breathes the culture of dance music. Of late, the Brazilian artist has more than adequately demonstrated that passion by diving into his immersive catalog of originals and remixes for a BBC Radio 1-hosted Essential Mix. In recent years, Vintage Culture has topped […]

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Defunctland VR Lets You Experience A Classic Disney Ride 25 Years After It Was Closed

Way back in the groovy 70s, Disney World had a ride based on the classic 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea film released in the 50s. Sadly, in 1994, the popular ride closed. But now, thanks to a YouTuber dedicated to covering the history of classic theme park attractions, you can experience the old ride virtually, […]

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Defunctland VR Lets You Experience A Classic Disney Ride 25 Years After It Was Closed

Way back in the groovy 70s, Disney World had a ride based on the classic 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea film released in the 50s. Sadly, in 1994, the popular ride closed. But now, thanks to a YouTuber dedicated to covering the history of classic theme park attractions, you can experience the old ride virtually, […]

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London Grammar share new single ‘Lose Your Head’ ahead of upcoming album [Watch]

London Grammar have shared their latest single, “Lose Your Head,” from their anticipated third album, Californian Soil. “Lose Your Head” marks the outfit’s third release following the announcement of their new LP, originally set to arrive February 12. Californian Soil will be available April 9 via Ministry of Sound. The English indie pop band resurfaced for […]

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Carto’s Cozy Puzzles Are Just Tough Enough

Ask people which superpower they’d want, and you’ll likely hear the same answers. Flight. Super-strength. Invisibility. You’re less likely to hear about the unusual ones—say, the ability to literally reshape the planet to fit your needs. Such an ability is the crux of Carto, a cozy adventure game that grants you…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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A Strange Game That Lets You Create A Digital Art Gallery About Anything

Art galleries can be cool. But they are hard to create, so we don’t get as many galleries as we deserve. For example? Where are the galleries and museums for things like broken extension cords? Or people like Keanu Reeves? Well, thankfully, with The Anything Gallery, you can create a gallery about whatever you want.…Read […]

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Cake Bash Is A Deliciously Sweet Take On Mario Party

Everyone loves a good sugar rush. It’s why, no matter how big the backlog, we gravitate to games that could generously be qualified as comfort food. But the sweetest sugar-rush I’ve run into lately isn’t some paint-by-numbers first-person shooter you’ve played a hundred times or some formulaic open-world adventure you… Read more…

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