Bicep Drops Glue EP feat Two New Tracks

If you haven’t picked up on this yet, we at ElectroJams are huge fans of the Belfast x London duo Bicep and their classic-yet-new brand of soothing, dark tech-house. If you haven’t checked out their self-titled debut released in September, you really need to do yourself a favor and get on that. In it, they […]

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Mikey Lion & Bengal – The Big Cats EP [Free Download]

Another collection of impeccably produced, dance-floor ready tunes from the Desert Hearts crew. The beloved Mikey Lion teams up with Bengal on this one, serving up three tracks that fit nicely within the ‘ketamine house’ vibe. Listen to the melody/that’s music making/just feeeel ittttt. Catch the Desert Hearts crew in action at the Spring Festival, […]

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Justin Jay – Mom, I Graduated!

Few grads did more with their college years than Justin Jay. At 19, this Dirtybird player was rackin’ up late-night slots at festivals like Snowglobe, and last year, he exploded onto the scene in a big way, garnering big ups from Desert Hearts and other cutting-edge party crews. This two-song delight should get any dance […]

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Bob Moses – Talk (Matrixxman Remix)

Bob Moses are a name to watch, expertly combining live guitar, vocals, and dark, melodic house vibes. This Matrixxman remix may just go even darker, though, bringing in a frenetic techno vibe to an already excellent track. Late night only – expect big things from both these names. And the original Adam De GreeDaft Punk’s […]

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Rudimental Get Rude on Essential Mix

As Pete Tong explains, Rudimental may just be the act of the summer. Touring in support of an upcoming album, they’ve hit some of Europe’s – and the world’s – biggest festivals, mashing up favorites from ‘Home’ with classics such as ‘Original Nuttah’ along the way (an impressive feat indeed, considering that it’s live). However, […]

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Jamie xx Announces Debut LP “In Colour”

The typically reserved and quiet Jamie xx made quite a bit of noise last night, announcing a release date for his debut album on Young Turks, “In Colour.” The title as well as the album artwork explain his recent tear of Instagram posts with a swatch of a single color. “In Colour” is composed of […]

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Shadow Child & Friend Within-The Moon

Match a house legend with a rising tech house star and you get the subtle, suggestive, and dark track just out from Shadow Child and Friend Within. Indicative of current trends on the forefront of the scene (read: Dirtybird), the track’s simple, pulsing bassline will do on plenty of dancefloors in the coming months. Check […]

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Review: Lost Disco – Seth Troxler and Co.

  This Saturday afternoon, with 38ºC (100ºF) heat heralding the coming of summer, Sydney’s Greenwood Hotel was transformed from a city nightclub into a disco oasis. The packed out venue, pulsing with energy, had that distinct festival vibe. Sweating it out in the main courtyard, under the beating sun and in front of two mammoth […]

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Rustie: Green Language

Sophomore albums are often a toss-up, especially for somebody so quickly met with as much success as Rustie, a break-out album followed by a landmark BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix and even a summer mixtape for NPR. Green Language may be more subdued than Glass Swords, but it also feels more organized, somehow more deliberate. […]

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