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Odd Mob – All Of Your Heart

In Dance, Electronic, House, Upbeat by Jeff

Fresh new dance tune from Brisbane! Harry Hope aka Odd Mob has been releasing catchy EDM for a while now, but if you’re not already familiar, his new song “All Of Your Heart” makes for a great introduction. Light and breathy vocals glide overtop bouncy percussion and warm synths, with a chorus of chopped and pitched vocals dropping in at …

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Glacci – Blue Illuzion

In Dance, Electronic, House by Jeff1 Comment

London / Nottingham producer Glacci‘s new song “Blue Illuzion” hits hyperspeed in seconds flat and never looks back. I was almost overwhelmed by the staggering speed of this one at first, but there’s something about the combination of sparkling synths and pitched vocals that makes for a near hypnotic listening experience. This is taken from Glacci‘s upcoming Experiments In Acid …

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Max Styler – Bulletproof (feat. Nevve)

In Dance, House, Upbeat by Jeff1 Comment

This incredibly catchy house tune is my favorite track from Max Styler‘s recently released Feel It EP. “Bulletproof” finds the Las Vegas producer linking up with lovely vocalist Nevve, and the results are out of this world. Nevve‘s airy vocals glide over warm pads and bouncy synth stabs, confidently building up to a drop that’s guaranteed to get you moving. …

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DJ Snake ft. Mr Hudson – Here Comes The Night (VRG & M.I. Remix)

In Dance, EDM, Electronic, Pop by Jeff1 Comment

Oregon meets Jersey as producer VRG teams up with DJ M.I. for this mesmerizing remix of “Here Comes The Night.” The melodic original is pumped up with rapid-fire club percussion and rubbery bass stabs—creating a really cool contrast with Mr. Hudson‘s melancholic vocals. The song confidently builds up to a breaking point, then explodes with chopped vocals and drums in …

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Post Malone & Swae Lee – Sunflower (Hibell Remix)

In Dance, Electronic, Pop, Remix, Upbeat by Jeff1 Comment

“Sunflower” is Post Malone and Swae Lee‘s contribution to the upcoming Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse movie, which looks really cool. The smooth original gets an upbeat remix courtesy of super talented producer Hibell, who ups the tempo and adds bouncy synths and original acoustic guitar work. The highlight is the explosive new chorus that’s formed by pitched up vocals that …

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PINES – Speak

In Bass, Beats, Chill, Dance, Deep, Dreamy, Electronic, Zone Out by Jeff2 Comments

Rising Australian electronic duo PINES have been quietly releasing some insanely good music lately. Their latest song “Speak” is a smooth, trance inducing dance track that features sultry vocals, heavenly pads, and a crisp, thumping beat to tie it all together. PINES‘ laid back and accessible style sometimes reminds me of Odesza, which is obviously high praise, and I fully …

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RÜFÜS DU SOL – Lost In My Mind

In Dance, Electronic, Indie by JeffLeave a Comment

With their new album SOLACE right around the corner, RÜFÜS DU SOL continue to drum up hype with an incredible third single called “Lost In My Mind.” Native American chants immediately offer something to grab onto, while the group’s vocals unwind overtop skittering percussion and pulsing synths. There really isn’t anyone else making music like this right now, and judging …

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Eastern Odyssey – Right Of Passage

In Dance, Electronic, Upbeat by JeffLeave a Comment

Swedish based newcomer Eastern Odyssey hits the ground running with his debut EP, Chapter 1: Genesis. Standout track “Right Of Passage” is an upbeat song with expertly chopped vocal samples, shimmering synths, and an overall stunning progression from start to finish. The rest of the EP reminds me of some of Odesza’s work, so needless to say, it’s well well …

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Vandelux – Walls

In Dance, Electronic, Soul by JeffLeave a Comment

Vandelux may have gotten his start making remixes, but he’s developed into far more than your average SoundCloud producer. The song writing ability and vocal delivery on his last few songs has been pretty impressive, and his latest track, “Walls,” is no exception. Agonizing lyrics strike a chord that most will find familiar, and the production is top notch as …