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Michael Brun‘s likability is only surpassed by his musical talent. The Haitian is as much an amazing human being as he is an amazing artist. Back again with another stellar track, Brun’s remix for FLETCHER’s “Wasted Youth” is the perfect soundtrack for your weekend shenanigans. Honestly is there any style/sound that this man cannot mold into his own? We think not.


Beautiful work on “The City Don’t Care” by emerging British artist Leon Else. The disco-tinged single is a follow to his previously released hits “Black Car” and “Dance.” Here’s what he had to say about it here, “I wrote ‘The City Don’t Care’ about my experience in L.A., the land of dreams and opportunity,” says Else, who moved from London to Los Angeles to work on his debut album for Interscope Records. “There is a fine line between dreams and nightmares and I felt like I was experiencing both. So I wanted to do a song that musically felt like I was driving through paradise — the sun setting, the pink skies, the palm trees over the ocean, the city in the distance — but, lyrically, I wanted it to be about the dark side, the lonely side, and the deceiving side of the city; everyday being the same old shit.” Grab it here.

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Finally a new release from ZHUthe producer behind the tantalizing, Grammy-nominated single, “Faded.” “Nightcrawler,” stays true to the sexy, dark vibes that fans have come to know and love, only this time he’s got a hidden message he’d like to share to his peers that are sacrificing artistry for stardom. A mysterious called BLACKLIZT has been shared on his socials and it remains to be seen what kind of statement this could be from the ever-evolving artist.


Emma Dewing is the complete package: singer, songwriter, model, and to top it all off.. ballerina. Her versatile skill-set contributes to a wide range of stylistic influences, all of which are on tasteful display in her first single of ’17 in ‘Buttons‘. 


All I Have” is one of those tunes that has it all. Smooth vocals by way of Danielle Moore, a pulsating rhythm and immaculate production by D-Pulse.. No wonder it’s turning heads as the lead single from D-Pulse’s forthcoming album Serpentine on April 7th via Detail Records.  
With this album we collaborated with featured artists to experiment with song structures, which is a new form for us,” said band member Klim Suhanov. “We really want to start from a blank page with this album yet this is another turn on the road where we keep experimenting with different genres.” – D-Pulse

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Illenium. Gryffin. Daya. What a trio. This trifecta of artists bring such a diverse array of talent to the table that it’s almost inevitable how incredible this song turned out. They’re all so individually great at what they do but they’ve hit that harmonious sweet spot with their newest single, “Feel Good.”  Do yourself a huge favor and make this your soundtrack for the week. Spotify’s got the plug.


Following the massive success surrounding his collaboration with Deadmau5, the ever-impressive Grabbitz is back with his new single “Don’t Let Me Go.” From vocals to mixdown, melody to breakdown, every intricate aspect of this track is the pristine quality we’ve come to expect from the LA-based producer. “Don’t Let Me Go” will be featured on his upcoming full-length album THINGS CHANGE in the spring along with an all-new live performance. Grab it on Spotify if you’re like me and can’t get enough.


Is there anything that the Anjuna crew release that ISN’T bliss? “Aba” is out now, the newest single from label mainstay Lane 8 and collaborator Kidnap Kid. The two have individually emerged as some of electronic music’s most exciting talents in recent years, carving out stellar reputations with their unique melodic approaches. “Aba” is deep house in its purest form and it’s the perfect song to get your week started off on the right foot. Grab “Aba” on Spotify.