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MEMBA – For Aisha (ft. EVAN GIIA & Nooran Sisters)

In Electronic, Pop, Upbeat by Jeff

MEMBA is easily one of my favorite electronic acts of the past few years. They have an insanely unique style and manage to impress with every new release. “For Aisha” is their latest offering, and its upbeat vibes are impossible to resist. Vocals from Evan Giia and Nooran Sisters soar overtop Indian inspired instrumentation, oozing positivity with every note. It’s part of the official soundtrack of the Indian film “The Sky Is Pink“, which stars Priyanka Chopra Jonas. Everything about this one is super catchy, so check it out below and head to MEMBA’s SoundCloud for more.
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Sapphire Adizes – Proof of Concept

In Downtempo, Dreamy, Electronic, Experimental, Indie by Jeff

Sapphire Adizes is a saxophonist, producer, and singer-songwriter who creates meaningful and experimental electronic music. My favorite song of his, “Proof of Concept”, is an entrancing journey from start to finish. A series of interesting vocal samples are interspersed throughout the track, linking together three wildly unique musical sections. It starts with softly crooned vocals that dissolve into an eerie section of spacious bass, classic piano, and ethereal synths, which is then followed by the final (and most amazing) piece of the song—a powerful sax performance that slices through the smokey vibes and puts an exclamation point on this amazing musical experience. Check out more from Sapphire Adizes on SoundCloud and stream “Proof of Concept” below.
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Flume – Rushing Back (feat. Vera Blue)

In Chill, Electronic, Pop by Jeff

Flume has been playing this one out live for a while now, and I’ve been patiently waiting for the official release. Now the day has come and it was well worth the wait. “Rushing Back” features gorgeous vocals from Vera Blue, backed by the style of intricate production that embodies Flume’s signature sound. There’s really nothing else out there that sounds anything like this right now, and I love that Flume continues to experiment while delivering catchy songs like this one.
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EKALI – Be Fine (feat. Wafia)

In Chill, Electronic, Pop by Jeff

Mainstay electronic producer Ekali enlists talented singer Wafia for breezy new single, “Be Fine”. Lush layers of instrumentation unfold alongside Ekali’s delicate vocals, with waves of catchy synths kicking in with the chorus. Everything comes together perfectly on this one, creating a dreamy sound that’s hard to resist.
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Two Friends – Dollar Menu (T-Mass Remix)

In Dance, Electronic, Pop, Remix by Jeff

San Fran producer T-Mass recently put an upbeat, energetic spin on Two Friends pop single “Dollar Menu”. Singer Dani Poppitt‘s vocals are still front and center, but T-Mass threw in some insanely catchy synths and a powerful drop reminiscent of classic dance tunes of days past. It’s been stuck bouncing around in my head for the past few days, and I think I like it even more than the original. Check it out below and visit T-Mass’ SoundCloud for more.
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Hapa – Nine (ft. Great Dane)

In Beats, Dark, Trap by Jeff

The debut album from LA based producer Hapa is a cohesive project loaded with dark and eerie trap production from start to finish. The highlight for me is “Nine” which features blog favorite, Great Dane. It revolves around a sample of children reciting a simple playground rhyme, with distorted bass synths and minimalistic percussion creating a menacing vibe. The song steadily creeps along, ultimately building into a hypnotic head-nodder that you won’t soon forget. Hapa and Great Dane nailed this one, so here’s hoping we get another collaboration down the line. Check out the full album, Memory Screen, here and stream “Nine” below.
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Labrinth – Vibes / Euphoria Theme (LUUDE Flip)

In Beats, Dance, Dreamy, Electronic, Remix by Jeff

The theme song from HBO’s hit show Euphoria never fails to send shivers down my spine. Originally created by British singer, songwriter, rapper, and producer Labrinth, “Feel Something (Vibes)” features haunting vocals chanted alongside powerful organ notes and piano melodies—creating an incredible backdrop for some of Euphoria’s most memorable moments. Australian producer LUUDE recently put his own spin on the song, reworking it into an uptempo dance tune with warm synths and furiously paced percussion. Check it out below and head to LUUDE’s SoundCloud for more.
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Tyzo Bloom – Before U Go (feat. Lauren Marie)

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Pop by Jeff

Tyzo Bloom, an up and coming producer based in LA, recently released his debut EP, You Drive Me Crazy, Don’t Leave. His style is bright, bubbly, and laced with tight underlying beats—which pairs perfectly with the slew of talented vocalists he’s enlisted for the new project. One of said vocalists is Lauren Marie, who delivers a gorgeous performance alongside Tyzo’s production on my favorite track from the EP, “Before U Go”. Twinkling chimes and bouncy percussion create an irresistibly lighthearted vibe, and I absolutely love the chopped up vocals that come in a little before the midway point. Check out the full EP below and visit Tyzo Bloom’s SoundCloud for more.
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Sebastian Paul – SO DONE (feat. Phoebe Ryan)

In Electronic, Indie, Pop, R&B, Soul by Jeff

Mad Decent signee Sebastian Paul enlists vocalist Pheobe Ryan on his smooth new single, “SO DONE”. Paul’s breathy vocals flow freely alongside a sturdy beat with ebbing synths, making for a hypnotizing head-nodder. Pheobe Ryan’s vocal section comes in at the perfect time, creating an ethereal intermission before the song kicks back into gear. Definitely keep an eye on this guy, as it seems he might be working his way up to another EP or album. Follow him on SoundCloud and give “SO DONE” a listen below.
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Groke – Drowning

In Beats, Electronic, Instrumental, Trap by Jeff

“Drowning” is a trippy instrumental from up and coming UK based producer Groke. He says it’s a song about “the turbulent descent into the deep blue darkness”, which nicely sums up how this one feels. An intro with frenetic strings leads into an otherworldly vocal style synth, then plummets into the abyss with a monstrous beat. Before it ends, the string section makes a grand return—tying everything together and putting an exclamation point on this unique new tune. If you’re feeling this one, be sure to check out the rest of Groke’s work on SoundCloud, and stream “Drowning” below.
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