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KAVERN – Signals

In Chill, Trap, Wave, Zone Out by Jeff

Hypnotic vocals and flawless production make Kavern’s latest song Signals something special. The producer’s smooth trap/wave production style really stands out on this one, with a sturdy beat churning alongside rich, echoing synths for a sound that’s confident and relaxed. I’m not sure who’s singing, but her voice is angelic and the melody is supremely catchy. Everything about this one …

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iwilldiеhere x akiaura – anbu

In Dark, Dreamy, Remix, Zone Out by Jeff

Producers iwilldiehere and akiaura create a truly haunting sound in anbu, a track that revolves around breathy vocals from Meg Myers’ song Desire. Deep, grinding bass, vaporous synths, and skittering hi hats create a feeling that’s eerie, otherworldly, and sexy at the same time.

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Emu Creek – Time I Feel

In Chill, Dreamy, House, Zone Out by Jeff

Brand new electronic group Emu Creek mesmerize with their debut song, “Time I Feel.” I’d say I’m anxiously awaiting their next song, but the first one has me feeling way too relaxed to worry about it. “Time I Feel” is a progressive house tune that gracefully evolves—ultimately hitting a peak around 3-minutes-in when warm waves of angelic vocals crash into …

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Khruangbin & Knxwledge – Dearest Alfred (MyJoy)

In Chill, Dreamy, Remix, Zone Out by Jeff

Knxwledge + Khruangbin = 💙 The best of both styles ooze together in this collaborative reworking of “Dearest Alfred.” Knxwledge’s hazy samples and instrumentation cruise alongside Laura Lee’s airy vocals, creating a pleasantly repetitive groove. The effect is warm and hypnotic, which is everything you’d hope to hear from a pairing like this.

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CharlestheFirst – SOLUS

In Bass, Dark, Deep, Electronic, Experimental, Glitchy, Zone Out by Jeff

CharlestheFirst‘s deep and experimental bass music always delivers. His new album SOLUS was one of my most anticipated projects of the year, so naturally it’s been on repeat for me since it’s release last Friday. It’s a visceral 13-song journey that begs to be listened to late at night on your best pair of headphones. Dive in and experience the …

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Very Yes – Paper

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

Rising producer Very Yes needs to be on your radar, especially after hearing his new song “Paper.” It’s a soothing combination of organic and electronic sounds that has me feeling all kinds of ways. I especially love the artificial vocal sounding pieces going on in this one—very catchy. Check it out below and head to his SoundCloud for more.

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Glass Animals – Dreamland

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Indie, Pop, Upbeat, Zone Out by Jeff

The wait is finally over; Glass Animals deliver on the hype with their third studio album, Dreamland. The group’s signature fusion of electronic, indie, and pop is on full display throughout the entirety of the project, with one quality track after another. This one will be getting plenty of plays from me. Listen to the full album below, along with one …