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One of the hottest up and coming producers neutral. just put his magic touch on Lost Kings single “Don’t Kill My High” featuring Whiz Khalifa. His massive future bass flip of the smash hit is surely going to be heard around the festival circuit this summer.

One of my favorite artists for some time is producer and co-founder of Hebinomichi, Ahh Ooh. He has constantly pushed the envelope of sound and ever striving to make a mark on the industry. His latest release “I Love Myself” is a pop electronica smash filled with crispy synths and motivational lyrics.

Autograf is back with their signature upbeat dance anthems on their latest single ‘Hold Me Back’ featuring vocals from John Splithoff. Summer is around the corner, but with one play of this tune it feels like its already here.

Based in south-east London, Narcsus Prye is a songwriter and producer on the rise. His new single “Stop This Now” is out now and after signing with The State51 Conspiracy label, Narcsus Prye will release his debut album in 2019 entitled ‘To An Unknown Place’, spread out as a series of monthly singles. When asked about his new single, Prye stated that “Stop This Now came together after I heard Yvette sing on another project of hers. I checked out some of her videos of when she was in The Boxettes and loved her voice and her vibe. I got in touch, we met up and after I sent her through the track she did her thing on it. Stop This Now is the debut single from the album ‘To An Unknown Place’.”

Following up on the release of his debut EP Stay via Geffen / Interscope, rising LA-based producer DEVAULT is back with a stunning official remix for superstar Alessia Cara’s hit single, “Out of Love”. With remixes for a diverse array of artists like Rihanna, Lorde, and 6lack, DEVAULT has more than shown his deft touch with creating stunning renditions that reflect his dynamic creativity. As such, there’s no surprise here — this remix is excellent. Dive in below:

Paying homage to the dark bass Gods, EPROM and Alix Perez are set to release their Black Heart Communion EP under their SHADES moniker via Deadbeats, their first release since their 2018 debut full-length album In Praise of Darkness. Before the full EP sees the light, the producer supergroup are back with the lead single, “Two One Six” out now.