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Vlossom is a newly birthed collaboration between Australian musicians Nick Littlemore (PNAU, Empire of the Sun) and Alister Wright (Cloud Control), and they combine elements of pop with psych-rock and electronic music into something strangely multisensory.

Vlossom now release their debut EP “My Friend” (via Nick Littlemore and Peter Mayes’ newly launched label, Lab78) and the EP is spearheaded by the single track “Missing You”.

“The whole EP represents the start of what’s become a huge part of our lives, both in actual work but moreover in a greater understanding and greater reward living through nature and sacred practices. We hope to bring back from the distantly close dimensions some force of joy and love, like flowers opening over and over again, like the first breaths of spring, to the clearest azure summer day and into the early autumn warmth.”

“That Feeling” (out today via Australian label Club Sweat) is the new single from well known German producer Lookee (who was the top dance artist on Beatport back in 2017 and has released tracks on labels such as Spinnin Records) and it’s a nu-disco banger that pays tribute to the classic Donna Summer track “I Feel Love”.

Kansas City-based singer/producer Alex Harbolt’s project Heads or Heads offers up a piece of warm and glittering chillwave/synthpop with new single “Climbing Up” (drops April 3rd). The single is taken from his sophomore album, “Low Angles” which is set to be released on May 1st. The album was written/recorded over the entirety of 2019 after a trip to Los Angeles with his girlfriend inspired a soft idea for a concept record on California idealism to a Kansas City-based artist.

“It was the first time in LA for both of us and I remember so many crazy things kept happening that in my head, I kept going, ‘I can make an album out of this. I grew up in rural Missouri and always wondered what places like LA would be like… it’s sort of been a dream to live there for a while now and being there in person was a very surreal experience.”