Lapalux – CUTS Vol. 1

Lapalux, considered one of the most innovative beatmakers in the world, treated fans to incredible music in 2015. On ‘Cuts Vol. 1,’ the producer put out some dance-floor ready bangers – dark, brooding, hyphy as they come. Unlike the restrained, soundscape-y vibes of his albums, these are all fun and games. Thank you Brainfeeder. Check them out […]

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Ivy Lab & Alix Perez – Stop It

Two of the biggest names in experimental bass music have joined forces for Critical, and the results are commanding. Coming in at opposite sides of the spectrum, ‘Stop It’ and ‘Maiden’ showcase the range of these producers. On ‘Stop It,’ fans of hip hop-influenced future bass are in for a treat, while ‘Maiden’ is liquid […]

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Rufus Du Sol – Bloom + Headlining Tour

One of the fastest-rising trios in electronic music, Sydney-based Rufus Du Sol have made a name for themselves by wedding undeniably smooth stage performances with consistent, high-quality studio work. This latest effort, a four-song release, is a showcase of the band’s work, which should appeal to a wide array of listeners. Perfect for a lazy afternoon […]

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Big Gigantic releases Winter Chill Mix Vol II

Dominic and Jeremy of Big Gigantic dropped a little nugget to help usher you through the depths of winter. It’s a solid mix of originals and remixes they selected, and I know it’s their job, but they did fine work in compiling a cohesive bunch of songs, as well as with weaving them together. I’ve […]

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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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Szjerdene – Abode

Lapalux vibes on this anthemic beat gem from Szjederne. Wailing vocals soar over roiling synths on ‘Abode,’ steadily building throughout until the composition hits the stratosphere around 1:50 in. Excellent work from the highly respected London-based vocalist. Adam De GreeDaft Punk’s Alive 2007 introduced me to the world of electronic music, and ever since, it’s been […]

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Moontricks – Home EP

Moontricks is easily the greatest festival surprise I’ve ever experienced. At Shambhala last year, this virtually unknown duo from the Kootenay’s played one of the best sets of the entire weekend, one laced with live guitar licks and an undeniable flow that transported listeners into another world. They’ve been busy over the past year, releasing […]

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VibeSquaD – Who Knows

VibeSquaD’s Soundcloud page is a testament to groovy, weird, fun-loving bass music. Known for his high-energy live shows, many of which explore the realms of dubstep, glitch, and breakbeat, VibeSquaD creates truly unique melodic compositions without loosing sight of the low end. Check out some of his latest work below. Adam De GreeDaft Punk’s Alive 2007 […]

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Nancy Sinatra – Bang Bang (An-ten-nae Remix)

The acid crunk master has unleashed another gem ahead of his forthcoming ‘Transmissions’ LP. With an incredibly successful year and a half putting out music solo and as half of the wildly popular ‘Dimond Saints’ duo under his belt, An-ten-nae looks poised to continue his rise through the ranks of the festival world. Check out […]

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Emancipator – Seven Seas LP

At long last, we get another album from Emancipator. This time around, the trip-hop duo gets jazzier than ever, while incorporating dancier elements into several tracks as well. As one would expect from Emancipator, the album exudes a meditative vibe, perfect for any natural setting between sunrise and sunset (and plenty after as well). Give it […]

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