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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Jaron – These Thoughts In My Head

In Dark, Dreamy, Electronic by Jeff

Los Angeles musician Jaron‘s new song is a beautiful, intense, and melancholic piece of electronic music that speaks volumes of the talent this young artist possesses. “These Thoughts In My Head” is the first thing I’ve heard from Jaron and it instantly made a fan out of me. After a slow burning start, the song explodes with pristine synths and …

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Kidswaste – Sleeping Pills (feat. KOLE)

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Pop, Upbeat by Jeff

French producer Kidswaste enlists the beautiful and fast-rising vocalist KOLE for a dreamy new single called “Sleeping Pills”. The melodic production pairs nicely with KOLE’s softly crooned vocals, slowly building intensity before dropping into a speedy and hypnotizing chorus. It’s a prime example of Kidswaste’s ability to craft gorgeous electronic pop music. Check out more from both Kidswaste and KOLE …

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MEMBA – Schools Out

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Instrumental, Upbeat by Jeff

MEMBA show off their versatility with “Schools Out”—a catchy and upbeat track that’s worlds apart from their usual heavier sound. They said it’s meant to express the childhood sense of wonder that everyone is born with, which is all too easy to lose touch with as you get older. I think they nailed that feeling with this one—the bubbly production …