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Gorillaz share three new songs at concert for NHS workers

While Gorillaz‘s Song Machine: Season One: Strange Timez was released just less than a year ago, it appears as though Gorillaz stay working on new material. Performing at O2 Arena in London on August 10 for a concert supporting NHS workers, the band, masterminded by Damon Albarn, premiered a handful of previously unheard new tracks. […]

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Polo & Pan stand firmly in club territory with Channel Tres on ‘Tunnel’

Polo & Pan have turned in their third single “Tunnel,” ahead of the pair’s forthcoming June 25 album, Cyclorama. Following “Feel Good” and more recently, “Ani Kuni,” this time, the maestros merge together for a “night drive between Paris and LA,” tapping Compton’s Channel Tres for an unlikely yet ever-welcomed summertime house heater. The tune […]

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Polo & Pan stand firmly in club territory with Channel Tres on ‘Tunnel’

Polo & Pan have turned in their third single “Tunnel,” ahead of the pair’s forthcoming June 25 album, Cyclorama. Following “Feel Good” and more recently, “Ani Kuni,” this time, the maestros merge together for a “night drive between Paris and LA,” tapping Compton’s Channel Tres for an unlikely yet ever-welcomed summertime house heater. The tune […]

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Polo & Pan stand firmly in club territory with Channel Tres on ‘Tunnel’

Polo & Pan have turned in their third single “Tunnel,” ahead of the pair’s forthcoming June 25 album, Cyclorama. Following “Feel Good” and more recently, “Ani Kuni,” this time, the maestros merge together for a “night drive between Paris and LA,” tapping Compton’s Channel Tres for an unlikely yet ever-welcomed summertime house heater. The tune […]

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Lost Kings look back on lost time on ‘I Miss The Future’ with Jordan Shaw

Lost Kings kept themselves occupied in the latter half 2020 as they pieced together their four-track It’s Not You EP, though Robert Abisi and Nick Shanholtz are now turning the page into 2021. Paired with the announcement of a coinciding 15-stop tour around the continental US, which includes back-to-back pit stops at Webster Hall, “I Miss The Future” […]

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Gesaffelstein returns with footworking new tech cut, ‘Icia’

For the first time since 2019, Gesaffelstein has bestowed fans with new original music. Perched high atop his shrouded throne, the French electronic visionary, lesser known as Mike Lévy, doles out a rare single that notably sidesteps his usual sonic signature. “Icia” explodes right off the bat with menacing synthwork and a reverberating bass for […]

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GRiZ blasts off with fourth release of the year, ‘Astro Funk’

GRiZ has already gotten off to a busy start this year, gifting fans with three original tracks including “Vibe Check,” “Ease Your Mind” featuring Ganja White Night, and “Bring Me Back” with Elohim. Now, tacking on the fourth delivery of the year, the veteran sax-wielding producer delivers his latest, “Astro Funk;” a contender for the […]

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Skrillex enlists frequent collaborators Starrah, Four Tet on new single, ‘Butterflies’

Skrillex never technically went anywhere—but god damn is it good to have him back. The OWSLA head honcho returns with his first single since summer 2019 when he dropped off his Show Tracks twofer, closely followed by his Grammy-nominated Boys Noize and Ty Dolla $ign feature, “Midnight Hour.” Now, Sonny Moore is delivering fresh new […]

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Lost Frequencies uplifts his following with ‘Rise’

Multifaceted jack-of-all-trades Felix De Laet, otherwise known as Lost Frequencies, has just released his latest original of 2021, Rise. Following his six-track EP, Cup of Beats, the legendary Belgian producer is back again with an anthem to uplift the masses after a monstrous 2020. Indulging fans with soulful vocals, ultra-connected lyricism, and a classic house […]

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Lost Frequencies uplifts his following with ‘Rise’

Multifaceted jack-of-all-trades Felix De Laet, otherwise known as Lost Frequencies, has just released his latest original of 2021, Rise. Following his six-track EP, Cup of Beats, the legendary Belgian producer is back again with an anthem to uplift the masses after a monstrous 2020. Indulging fans with soulful vocals, ultra-connected lyricism, and a classic house […]

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Walker & Royce encapsulate 2020 with first original of the year, ‘Need2Freek’

Walker & Royce have graciously bestowed fans with “Need2Freek,” their first original cut of 2020, just before this strange year draws to a close. Released via Dirtybird, the track is an exemplification of every emotion dance music devotees have felt since the beginning of the year all in one five-minute tech house package. The duo […]

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Take a trip with Getter’s gnarly new single ‘BAD ACID’

In typical Getter fashion, the producer and internet sensation has delivered “BAD ACID,” a finely curated slice of heaven, or perhaps hell. Over the course of his come up, Getter has proven not to be bound by a single genre or style, though “BAD ACID” certainly meets the producer’s distinct aesthetic. In all of its […]

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Take a trip with Getter’s gnarly new single ‘BAD ACID’

In typical Getter fashion, the producer and internet sensation has delivered “BAD ACID,” a finely curated slice of heaven, or perhaps hell. Over the course of his come up, Getter has proven not to be bound by a single genre or style, though “BAD ACID” certainly meets the producer’s distinct aesthetic. In all of its […]

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SIDEPIECE flip John Summit’s ‘Deep End’ [Stream]

Nitti Gritty and Party Favor have once again teamed up under the SIDEPIECE banner, this time bringing us a remix of John Summit‘s “Deep End.” SIDEPIECE take a lowkey approach to Summit’s chill house heater while adding their own customary bass stylings. The spin demonstrates the duo’s capacity to curate a more subtle sound while […]

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SIDEPIECE flip John Summit’s ‘Deep End’ [Stream]

Nitti Gritty and Party Favor have once again teamed up under the SIDEPIECE banner, this time bringing us a remix of John Summit‘s “Deep End.” SIDEPIECE take a lowkey approach to Summit’s chill house heater while adding their own customary bass stylings. The spin demonstrates the duo’s capacity to curate a more subtle sound while […]

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Stream Whethan’s debut album, ‘Fantasy’

After three years spent anxiously awaiting Whethan‘s elusive debut album Fantasy, fans can once again sleep at night. By featuring a different artist on all but one of its 15 tracks, the record, released on October 16, does not fall into any one electronic subgenre. Housing a star-studded tracklist, including but not limited to Oliver […]

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Ryan Hemsworth delivers first track from upcoming ‘Quarter-Life Crisis’ project

Veteran beatsmith Ryan Hemsworth, known for his already highly collaborative catalog of work has announced a new project, Quarter-Life Crisis, behind a new self-titled EP that puts Hemsworth’s collaborators front and center. After releasing his latest EP, Pout in late August of this year, Hemsworth has launched his new project which features collaborations with innovative […]

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Louis the Child release tape of new beats and unreleased gems, ‘Candy II’

In 2017, Louis the Child released their first “Candy” mix on SoundCloud featuring 25 minutes of unreleased music. Now, three years later, the boys are back at it again more new tunes, this time on Candy II [Beat Tape]. If cross-fades are enabled in settings, listeners will find that the beat tape is devoid of […]

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Petit Biscuit announces sophomore album, ‘Parachute’

Petit Biscuit has officially announced his sophomore album, Parachute. Fans have been anxiously awaiting a new record from the French virtuoso since his 2017 album, Presence, for which he received critical acclaim and multiple nominations across the globe, and the forthcoming project promises to show a side of Petit Biscuit that listeners have not yet […]

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