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Flume enlists London Grammar for otherworldly new single, ‘Let You Know’

Flume‘s frenzied return to electronic earshot continues with a new collaborative effort with London Grammar, “Let You Know.” Skittering analog interference, like an intentional skipping of a record, texturize the track, while reverb phases in and out like the aural equivalent of oil on water, as seen on the track artwork. Flume first set this […]

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Launchpad: Decompress with this late-night vibes playlist

Launchpad is a playlist series showcasing music we love, hand selected by our staff. The tracks come from both emerging and mainstream artists; it’s all about the quality and the unexpected. If you’d like your music featured in Launchpad, submit it for consideration here. With the New Year’s festivities behind us, now’s the perfect time to reflect on […]

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Tiga, DC Breaks, MK contribute to London Grammar’s new remix EP

When London Grammar was formed in a university dorm room back in 2009, little did the trio know they would become one of electronic music’s favorite “neo-progressive” acts. In addition to their debut album If You Wait, which received global critical praise, the three have received remix treatments from Sasha, RAC, and Jonas Rathsman.With the soaring vocals of Hannah Reid, the melancholy guitar of Dan Rothman, and […]

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