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PatrickReza & Dalys – Strung Out

In Chill, Indie, Melancholy, Zone Out by Jeff

LA based producer PatrickReza recently released the excellent 3-song Strung Out EP and it’s been in heavy rotation for me. The whole project is really good, but “Strung Out” is the track I keep coming back to. It features softly crooned vocals surrounded by pulsing bass and minimalistic instrumentation, creating a haunting, late night vibe that’s irresistible. Stream it below and check out the full EP on SoundCloud.
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Two Feet – BBY

In Blues, Electronic, Guitar, Indie, Soul by Jeff

Two Feet continues his string of recent releases with the best one yet—an uptempo and bluesy new single “BBY”. His signature reverb drenched guitar and breathy vocals are here in full force, but what sets this one apart is the driving, almost house-like percussion that ties everything together. The energetic beat ties in really well with the rest of Two Feet’s usual elements, making for a heavy hitting scorcher of a song. Check it out below and head to Two Feet’s SoundCloud for more.
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Koresma – Northern Lights

In Chill, Downtempo, Dreamy, Electronic, Instrumental, Zone Out by Jeff

Koresma recently dropped the incredibly chilled out “Nothern Lights”, which is the second song from his upcoming EP North. This LA based producer is currently one of my favorite artists in the realm of downtempo instrumental music. You can tell a lot of love goes into each and every one of his songs, and “Northern Lights” is no different—it’s smooth and uplifting, with catchy guitar melodies and gliding synths constantly propelling the song towards its blissful conclusion. The EP should be coming out soon, so be sure keep an eye on Koresma’s SoundCloud. In the meantime, check out “Northern Lights” and the latest song from the EP, “New Frontier” below.
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Madeon – Be Fine

In Dance, Electronic, Pop, Upbeat by Jeff

The latest single from Madeon‘s upcoming album, Good Faith, shows the French DJ and producer at his absolute best. “Be Fine” is brimming with upbeat energy—twinkling piano, skyscraping synths, and warm, catchy vocals make for an exiting listen all around. I especially love the way the choir-style samples provide such an organic contrast to the rest of the songs electronic nature. This single has me seriously looking forward to the full album—which doesn’t have an official release date yet—so here’s hoping it sees the light of day before 2019 comes to an end.
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Vandelux – Lost In Common EP

In Chill, Dance, House, Indie by Jeff

With his debut EP, San Francisco based singer, songwriter, and producer Vandelux delivers a cohesive and engaging batch of songs laced with smooth house production. Between the catchy, digitized vocals in “Feel Good”, the deep and hypnotizing beat in “Live Forever”, and the twangy acoustic guitar in “Ride or Die”, this project truly highlights Vandelux’s versatility as a producer. His silky vocals are intertwined throughout the EP, adding another level of depth and providing something to latch onto for repeated listens. We first featured Vandelux way back in 2015, and it’s been amazing to hear his style mature and evolve over the years. Check out “Live Forever”—my favorite track from the EP—below, along with the full Lost In Common project on Spotify.
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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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