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Oshi – My Girl

In Chill, Electronic, Melancholy by Jeff

The latest from Oshi is a beautifully melancholic tune with pristine production and original vocals from the man himself. “My Girl” features a beat that’s full of rich synths and crisp percussion, but it’s the addition of Oshi’s vocals that really sets this one apart. The young artist pours his heart out with powerful lyrics that evoke a hopelessly lovesick vibe. The chorus is the highlight for me; it got stuck in my head the first time I heard it and it’s kept me coming back time and time again. Check it out below and head to Oshi’s SoundCloud for more.
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Taska Black – Backwards Love (ft. TRACE)

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Pop by Jeff

The bitbird label has been on a roll lately with releases from San Holo, Eastghost, and now a new single from Taska Black. “Backwards Love” is a delicate and dreamy electronic pop tune featuring sultry vocals from vocalist TRACE and warm, organic production from Taska Black. Pitched vocal samples and melancholic guitar strums build into cascading percussion and synths, with perfectly delivered vocals sealing the deal. I’ve been a big fan of Taska Black for a while now, and he continues to prove that he’s an exceptionally talented and versatile producer who’s here to stay. Stream “Backwards Love” below.
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Madeon – All My Friends

In Dance, Electronic, Pop, Upbeat by Jeff

Globally renowned electronic artist and DJ Madeon makes a triumphant return with his brand new single “All My Friends”. Having been over 3 years since his last release, it’s good to see the French producer hasn’t lost his touch. Like all of Madeon’s previous work, everything about “All My Friends” is impossibly groovy and pretty damn hard to resist. It’s a supremely catchy dance tune featuring digitized vocals, thumping percussion, and an upbeat disco style vibe. Welcome back, Madeon!
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Petit Biscuit – We Were Young ft. JP Cooper

In Chill, Electronic by Jeff

French producer Petit Biscuit enlists vocalist JP Cooper on this super laid-back new song, “We Were Young”. I’ve been fiending for this one ever since “Wide Awake” came out and blew me away, and I’m happy to say I’m really feeling it. It’s got a completely different vibe that’s fitting for the warm summer months, but it’s still superbly produced and catchy as hell. JP’s vocals dance alongside snappy percussion and delicate melodies, with a smooth beat kicking in to propel the song forward. It’s a feel-good tune that I think will find it’s way onto plenty of playlists this summer. Listen below and head to Petit Biscuits SoundCloud for more.
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Kiiara – Feels (LICK Remix)

In Dreamy, Electronic, Pop, Remix by Jeff

LA based producer LICK is known for his heavy industrial sound, but he lightens things up with this shimmering remix of Kiiara‘s hit song “Feels”. The original vocals remain mostly intact, while LICK introduces layers of sweeping synths and bubbly effects. Even though it’s more light hearted than his usual style, it still packs a punch—especially when the chorus comes in. Listen below and check out LICK’s SoundCloud for more.
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FLMMBOiiNT FRDii – ARE YOU DUMM?

In Hip Hop, R&B, Trap, Upbeat by Jeff

Spark Master Tape affiliate FLMMBOiiNT FRDii recently dropped this sweet summer banger, and I can’t get get enough. Like everything this crew puts out, it’s produced by Paper Platoon. And like everything Paper Platoon produces, it absolutely knocks. The beat revolves around a sample from the 1973 song “Come And Go With Me” by The Dell Vikings, and throws in massive kicks and skittering high hats for good measure. FRDii does his thing by crooning waves of catchy melodies and delivering a breezy vibe, resulting in the perfect song for the summer of ’19. Stream it below and head over to Spark Master Tape’s SoundCloud for more from the collective.
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Death Cab For Cutie – I Dreamt We Spoke Again (Louis The Child Remix)

In Chill, Dance, Dream Pop, Electronic, Indie, Remix, Upbeat by Jeff

With their debut album in the works, Louis The Child deliver this silky smooth remix to hold us over. The duo’s powerful synths and speedy percussion compliment Death Cab‘s vocals amazingly well—breathing new life into a great song by upping the tempo and adding an electronic edge. Check it out below and keep an eye on Louis The Child’s SoundCloud for the release of their album.
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Forester – Spark

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Indie by Jeff

Charming steel drums and reverb drenched vocals make for a beautiful auditory trip on “Spark”—the debut single from California based duo Forester. It’s a gently rolling indie/electronic song that also features a chorus layered with pitched vocal samples and subtle bass synths, which add a bit of power to the otherwise subdued vibe. This is the first thing I’ve heard from Forester, but it’s enough to make a fan out of me. Stream “Spark” below and be sure to follow them on SoundCloud if you’re feeling it.
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Whethan – Let Me Take You (feat. Jeremih)

In Dance, Electronic, House, Upbeat by Jeff

I never would have expected Whethan and Jeremih to collaborate, so this comes as a welcomed surprise. Their brand new song “Let Me Take You” is a high octane house jam that’s deep and bouncy, with moody vocals from the supremely talented Jeremih. The chorus finds the vocals chopped up and paired with grinding bass, while the ever present rhythm pulses away behind it. This is a bit of a new direction for Whethan, but I’m feeling it, and I think “Let Me Take You” is destined to light up dance floors across the globe. Stream it below and head to Whethan’s SoundCloud for more.
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MEMBA – Walls Down feat. EVAN GIIA

In Dangerous, Dark, Electronic, Trap by Jeff

Production duo MEMBA enlisted frequent collaborator and fast-rising vocalist EVAN GIIA for their intense new single, “Walls Down.” This song follows their lighthearted single “Schools Out”, and returns to the dark and powerful sound design they’ve perfected. “Walls Down” features plunging bass, sharp percussion, and otherworldly chants that combine with EVAN GIIA’s sultry vocals to create a massive and dangerous sound. It’s the second single off their forthcoming EP, SAGA-II, which is easily one of my most anticipated new projects. Stream “Walls Down” below and check out MEMBA’s SoundCloud for more.
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