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On the heels of her massively successful debut single “Crush,” breakout star Tessa Violet completes her premiere EP Bad Ideas (Act One) with a handful of stellar remixes and we’ve got our favorite here today. Bubbly and bedroom-pop reminiscent, Le Youth’s take on “Crush” is a dreamy treat, chock-full of lush synths and bright melodies.

“So stoked for people to hear these! I’ve never had remixes of my songs before so wasn’t sure how I’d feel but Le Youth and Viceroy created amazing new takes on my songs that I’m SO thrilled about. They both feel perfect for summer too! And just in time for my summer headline tour that starts this week!” – Tessa Violet

After a number of hot releases in 2019, Dead Space has teamed up with G. Felix to bring listeners their collaborative Take It Easy EP. Filled with moody yet catchy tunes, Take It Easy is an EP that fans of both artists will find familiar and satisfying. Dead Space and G. Felix’s EP is out

Jordan Esker & the Hundred Percent are back with their new EP, Normalcy. The four track bundle is described as soft rock but after a quick listen, it’s quite easy to hear why attempting to classify their sound is rather futile. JE & the 100% clearly are making music with no holds barred and frankly, it’s refreshing to hear.

Deep house looks to have another pair of promising newcomers in emerging producers Poorchoice and Cam Sanders. Enlisting Veronica Bravo on vocal duties, this track has all the makings of a summer anthem fit for both radio and club sets everywhere. Stating that the track came togetether “really organically,” Sanders and Poorchoice explain that they “wanted to make a fun Summer sounding house song.” Bravo’s scintillating songwriting and vocal control make for a release that has immense potential. Check it out below:

Swiss singer, songwriter trio Olsen Jake is here to make their debut with a new single called “24 Hours”. The now UK-based band combines their love of progressive alt-rock with a distinctly pop-focused aesthetic, channeling a unique combination of sounds in a bold, yet melancholy way. It’ll be exciting to see how they continue to evolve and develop their new, progressive sound.

Ahead of her Vancouver music festival Bass Coast, bass producer and event curator The Librarian re-emerges with an impressive new single, “Blue Tusk.” Inspired by the sounds of Bassnectar and Ivy Lab, The Librarian builds atop the dynamic foundations of classic bass music. Cultivating tracks that stylistically her own, “Blue Tusk” is a captivating single that fits squarely into her already impressive catalog while showcasing a new era for the producer. An expansive single with quick-witted chord progression, this summer banger is worth the replay. With her first ever Boiler Room set to take place at Bass Coast and more new music on the horizon, 2019 is shaping up to be a monumental year for The Librarian. Listen to her breathtaking new track today. 

Kotek – Codex

Jul 3 2019

Known for his massive collab “Teleportal” with electronic powerhouse Rezz, rising talent KOTEK has unveiled the second single off of his forthcoming EP, Sonoglyph Pt. 1. Entitled “Codex,” the Canadian producer has crafted a hard-hitting single that effortlessly blends genres. “Codex” is out now via Westwood Recordings.

Rising duo HOODERS return to CONFESSION label with their new EP, The Mob. This serves as HOODERS’s second release on CONFESSION this year. Comprised of two club-ready heaters that showcase these newcomer’s sound, “COPS” makes use of a catchy vocal sample and exemplifies their hood roots. Adding yet another addictive vocal sample in the second tune, “ACT UP,” HOODERS are well aware of what it takes to get a song rinsed on dancefloors across the globe.