New George FitzGerald “Outgrown” feat Bonobo

Monday blues got you down? I’m no doctor, but I think I have something that might help you out. George FitzGerald just released the third song off of his upcoming “All That Must Be” album entitled, ‘Outgrown,’ a collaboration with Bonobo, a relationship best described as Jedi/Padawan. If you’re a fan of either of their […]

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New Flume, New Tour

In case you missed it, Flume released another track off his hotly anticipated sophomore LP, Skin. The song is ‘Never Be Like You,’ and features the ethereal vocals of Kai, who appears to be the Australian producer’s replacement for George Maple, who Emoh Instead retained through the divorce with What So Not. She’s a perfectly […]

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Ta-ku-Long Time No See (Ekali Remix)

I write this from Prague, a fairy-tale city in central Europe that’s been experiencing blistering heat over the past few days. Reprieve in the form of a mellowed-out future bass gem is just what the doctor ordered. Ta-ku, beat wizard extraordinaire, laid an excellent foundation for Ekali on this dreamy track. Check it out below. […]

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New Flume – Some Minds (feat Andrew Wyatt)

Flume just dropped a new song today featuring the vocals of Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow, as well as a dark and moody video to go along with it. “Some Minds” may not have a kin in Flume’s catalog, yet it’s still immediately recognizeable as a Flume track. He has a unique sonic fingerprint, even when […]

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DVS*- Elbow from the Sky- ElectroJams Premiere

Today we have the privilege to premiere “Elbow from the Sky” a second track from Austin-based producer/instrumentalist DVS*’s, Comfort Zone EP, set for release December 9th on Emancipator’s Loci Records. Naysayers who pigeonhole electronic production as a programmed, contrived cousin to acoustic musical composition are forced to retract their bias when considering an artist like […]

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Herman Cattaneo- Balance 026 and World Tour

Hernan Cattaneo’s contribution to the Balance mix series is straight from the time capsule.  The eclectic mixture of techy grooves on this cut harks directly back to the late nineties, when the downtempo genres were on blast throughout the underground and above, on street level and in the club. Nowadays, in the fashionable, modern retrospective, […]

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Review: Porter Robinson – Sea of Voices

A new direction for the young producer; this blend of atmospheric synths and soaring vocals is more reminiscent of M83 than any hard electro banger. Of course, that only means that the ceiling has lifted a million times, just for the simple fact that it’s not hard electro. And besides, this track is downright beautiful, […]

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