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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 …

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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 …

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MEMBA – Boundless

In Electronic, Instrumental, Trap by Jeff

Production duo MEMBA released their highly anticipated SAGA-II EP last week and it more than lived up to the hype. The entire project is a cohesive experience—from MEMBA’s unique, worldly production, to the incredible short film that accompanies it. Check out one of my new favorite tracks, “Boundless”, below and listen to the rest of the EP on SoundCloud.

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So & So – Alone

In Beats, Chill, Electronic, Instrumental by Jeff

There’s not much info on So & So, but I really like this kind of stuff. I first heard “Alone” a few days ago and it stuck with me. It’s an instrumental that starts with some pretty piano and unfolds into a hypnotizing jam featuring plucky synths, breathy vocal samples, and a sturdy beat. Listen to the rest of So …

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Cozway & Jon Casey – Ambush

In Electronic, Instrumental, Trap by Jeff

“Ambush” was first heard last year on RL Grime’s Halloween VII mix and fans have been clamoring for a proper release ever since. It’s finally here, and it was worth the wait. The two newest additions to the Sable Valley roster bring the heat on this monstrous trap collaboration. Cozway and Jon Casey fuse their respective sounds—creating a frenetic and …

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TroyBoi – HIGH (feat. YAS)

In Electronic by Jeff

TroyBoi‘s new EP V!BEZ, Vol. 3 was just released via OWSLA, and it’s got some good new songs along with a proper release of his hit song “Do You?”. My favorite track from the project is “HIGH”, which features softly crooned vocals from YAS, serene production, and an unexpected explosion of synths midway through. It’s not at all what I …

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X&G – LIKE IT

In Bass, Dance, Dark, Electronic, Heavy, House, Instrumental by Jeff

Production duo X&G are back with a dangerous new house tune that wastes no time getting into a dark groove with churning bass and furious percussion. Even though house music is a departure from their previous work, X&G maintain their signature sound by scattering vocal samples, drum fills, and subtle effects throughout the 4 minute track—making for a seriously intense …

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Madeon – All My Friends (TOO KIND Remix)

In Electronic, Heavy, Pop, Remix, Upbeat by Jeff

Up and coming Orlando based producer TOO KIND is back with another ferocious remix—this time taking on Madeon‘s latest song, “All My Friends”. The vocals from the poppy original are kept mostly intact, but TOO KIND introduces growling synths and high octane percussion to warp the original into a gnarly, hard hitting new tune. I’m a big fan of this …

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Flux Pavilion – Somebody Else Feat. GLNNA

In Electronic, Future, Pop by Jeff

Flux Pavilion may be known for his heavy hitting dubstep sound, but he lightens things up for this beautifully melodic new song. Pristine vocals from GLNNA soar alongside waves synths and thunderous percussion—creating a powerful song that finds the perfect balance between pop and electronic. Stream it below and check out more from Flux Pavilion on SoundCloud.

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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 …