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Silva – Orchid

In Electronic, Instrumental, Trap by Jeff

Australian producer Silva has returned with a hard hitting, experimental trap tune that’s loaded with intricate details and an uneasy vibe. The young producer’s music always has an ethereal quality to it, and “Orchid” continues that trend—striking a unique balance with whimsical sounds and a dark, foreboding atmosphere. Silva manages to combine these unexpected elements to create a song that …

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Great Dane – The Lonely Ones feat. Katya Grasso

In Chill, Electronic by Jeff

With Great Dane’s fifth album Delta Fly right around the corner, we get one last single to hold us over. “The Lonely Ones” is a smooth and uplifting tune featuring gorgeous vocals from Katya Grasso and Great Dane, with the kind of bouncy production Dane seems to deliver with ease. The beat hits hard for such a chilled out song, and unique …

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du0 & Emily Coulston – Come Home

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, House, Zone Out by Jeff

du0 is an Australian producer that specializes in easy-listening electronic music. His new song “Come Home” is a prime example of his smooth style—featuring a subdued house beat, tantalizing acoustic guitar, and pleasantly airy vocals from fellow Aussie, Emily Coulston. Everything about this one is atmospheric and emotional, with a deceptively simplistic sound that’s all too easy to get wrapped …

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Rome in Silver – Fade (ft. POPCULTR)

In Electronic, Upbeat by Jeff

You never know quite what to expect from Rome In Silver. His versatility and creativity seem unlimited and he’s always coming up with fresh sounds unlike anything else out there. His latest release, “Fade”, is a smooth and energetic dance tune loaded with upbeat drum patterns and cool synths. The vocals from POPCULTR are also an essential part of the …

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Billie Eilish – ilomilo (Bad Acid Remix)

In Electronic, Remix, Trap, Zone Out by Jeff

LA producer Bad Acid puts a sinister spin on “ilomilo”, transforming it into a warped reflection of itself. Billie Eilish‘s delicate vocals are left mostly intact, but waves of shadowy bass, minimalistic percussion, and eerie, off-kilter synths replace the bouncy production of the original. Bad Acid’s style sounds so incredibly natural alongside Billie’s vocals that it feels like this remix …

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Ekcle – Pearl Jigsaw

In Electronic, Experimental by Jeff

Trippy and impossibly intricate, Ekcle‘s new song “Pearl Jigsaw” is an extravagant production loaded with surprises. In my humble opinion, the English producers’ experimental sound is the freshest thing happening in electronic music right now. It’s obvious they aren’t concerned with current trends and they’re more than capable of blazing their own path forward. The first half of “Pearl Jigsaw” …

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MEMBA – Meet Freedom (ft. Levus Alone)

In Electronic, Trap by Jeff

Producer duo MEMBA are primed for a big year in 2020. They recently announced their debut tour along with a look at their experiential live show on Instagram, and it looks incredible. These guys put so much energy into crafting a wholistic experience to go along with their music; the album art, music videos, live performance experience, and the cohesive …

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Augest – Gloss (Otherwise Fine Remix) (Audio Aquarium Premiere)

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

Electronic duo Otherwise Fine are back with a silky smooth new remix of producer Augest‘s song, “Gloss”. They put an energizing spin on the dreamy original, introducing speedy build ups and explosive, synth-laden drops. Their additions take the song into future bass territory, making it all the more accessible and fun. I think the two artist’s styles sound great together, …

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Vandelux – Don’t Let Go

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Zone Out by Jeff

San Fran musician Vandelux continues to evolve his sound with this gorgeous new single, “Don’t Let Go”.  It’s a song full of crackling texture and waves of warm instrumentation, with delicate vocals interwoven throughout. I’ve been a fan of Vandelux since the beginning—way back when he was creating electro remixes of Biggie Smalls and Snoop Dogg—so to see him mature …