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Pure. Sex. Unlike Pluto flips 90’s hit “No Scrubs” and Joanna Jones steps up to do the TLC original justice. Ground-breaking imprint Lowly Palace featured this tune a few months back and it’s great to see things come full circle as an official release.

Usually not a fan of bass-driven house but the guitar riffs on Blunt Force‘s “Send It” are sending my senses into overdrive. The Austin-based purveyors of yet ANOTHER ground-breaking genre called “future funk” smashed this original and I’m looking forward to more stuff from them.

Swedish newcomers We The Kids debut on blazing-hot imprint TENACITY this month with an addictive pop-tinged single in “Billions.” Pop music can be so delightful when done right and by all means, We The Kids seems to be the real deal.

It’s pretty common to see artists affiliated with dance music pigeonholed into the stigma of being “button-pushers” but that couldn’t be less true for ulti-talented artist Shaun Frank. His new single “Upsidedown” is out now via Ultra Music and it features the broad scope of his talent – singing, writing, and producing; impressive AND addictive – check it out!

 

Jazz Morley draws inspiration from her seaside home of Bournemouth for a light and uplifting track “Safe Place”. The song catalogues her journey of moving past the stress from city life, evident in the soaring climax and distinct harmonies, leading to the raw honesty in her therapeutic voice that croons, “let me be your safe place”.

The Autograf guys have a knack for it – making music that is. Putting their considerable talents to work once again, they’ve remixed Lukas Graham’s “You’re Not There,” and it’s pretty irresistible. What are you waiting for? Stream it below:

Brasstracks puts their brazen, bombastic twist on Lil Uzi Vert‘s hit, “XO Tour Llif3.” The Grammy-winning duo has entrenched themselves as a versatile and progressive outfit for remixing tunes, showing once again that their skillset is as diverse as it comes.

Indie pop newcomer Ella Rae shares her impressive debut “Someone Else”. The New York via London singer’s lyrics are reflective of her experiences and writing sessions around the world and lyrically, Ella isn’t afraid to reveal the most intimate parts of her experiences. Plucky guitar and clear, honest vocals make for a powerful concoction.