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DROELOE – Homebound

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Production duo DROLOE recently released their incredible A Moment In Time EP and it’s truly one of the best things I’ve heard all year. The lead single, “Sunburn”, was met with great success for good reason, but after dozens of listens, “Homebound” has to be my favorite track on the 5-song project. It’s a bouncy electronic cut that features sparkling …

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Billie Eilish – Bellyache (Marian Hill Remix)

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Budding pop songstress Billie Eilish first wowed me with her incredible single “Ocean Eyes,” and she’s had several more quality songs since then — one of which is the spectacularly sultry “Bellyache”. Fortunately for us, this one caught the eye of exploding electronic/pop duo Marian Hill, who’ve graced us with a stunning remix. Billie’s pristine vocals are front and center, …

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Terror Jr – Caramel

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The usual sparkling production of Terror Jr‘s Felix Snow takes a diversion into darker territory on the trio’s latest song, with more intricate elements and a slow-burning purpose. “Caramel” still features the bright, sugary vocals of their mystery front woman, with scathing lyrics that provides quite the contrast. In my mind, these guys are at the forefront of modern pop …

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Felix Snow & Wintertime – Winter Workout Plan

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A surprise mixtape from rapper Wintertime and producer Felix Snow just dropped, and even though it’s not the type of song I usually post, the standout track, “Winter Workout Plan” definitely warrants a write-up. Snow’s production shimmers and thumps, sounding absurdly fresh as usual, while Wintertime delivers relaxed bars and a chorus that’s easily the catchiest thing I’ve heard this …

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no sleep – Born To Lose (feat. Gia Koka)

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With several quality remixes to his name, expectations were high for Pittsburgh-based producer no sleep‘s first original song. Not only did he rise to the challenge, he went above and beyond to deliver what is, in my opinion, his best work to date. “Born To Lose” features the beautifully airy vocals of Gia Koka alongside finely polished production that had …

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Guard – Raincoats

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Introducing Guard, a Melbourne based vocalist and new member of Felix Snow’s EFFESS collective. Guard is off to a killer start with his first song, “Raincoats,” which features softly crooned vocals, haunting production from Felix Snow, and a truly melancholic vibe. I absolutely love this one, so it’s safe to say that Guard will be on my radar from here …

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Lucian – Infrared (feat. Jordan Corey)

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Song: Infrared (feat. Jordan Corey) Artist: Lucian NY based producer Lucian has an EP right around the corner and he’s been dropping off some killer tracks to ramp up to it’s release. The latest is a smokey banger called “Infrared,” which finds the talented producer’s crystalline future bass production paired with the sultry vocals of LA’s Jordan Corey. Pitched samples, …

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Annabel Jones – IOU (Airia Remix)

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Song: IOU (Airia Remix) Artist: Annabel Jones When you hear a good song you know it, yes? Annabel Jones‘ “IOU” caught the ear of listeners and producers alike, with several beatsmiths leaping at the chance to remix the budding pop star’s single. Airia‘s rendition stands among the best, with delicate piano work and sweeping synths propelling Annabel’s voice to new …

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Josh Tobias – Beachside Lover (Z.W.Dess Remix)

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Song: Beachside Lover (Z.W.Dess Remix) Artist: Josh Tobias A fresh new take on Josh Tobias‘ standout single “Beachside Lover” comes by way of Harlem, NYC based producer Z.W.Dess and his latest remix. The production is stripped down, but the charm of the original is as strong as ever — with bouncy percussion and gentle melodies giving Josh’s vocals plenty of …