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Melbourne artist elkkle returns from supporting Golden Vessel on tour with a new single titled “Frails” and we’re excited to have the premiere. The aforementioned release is the latest unveiling from the artist’s forthcoming debut EP. There’s an abundance of vocal and tonal complexity throughout the new single, with elkkle stating that “Frails’ is about the relationship between mental and physical health. Sometimes when one begins to slip, it’s very easy to let it drag the other one down. It describes feelings of fragility, hopelessness, and isolation. It’s all very grim, but I guess the last line is kind of poking fun at how temporary those feelings can be, despite how serious they seem at the time.” ‘Frails’ is available everywhere now via Spotify, iTunes/Apple Music, as well as making an appearance on Kitsuné’s latest ‘Hot Stream’ collection.

Buy/Stream: https://hotstream.lnk.to/playlist

Can’t say I’m really a fan of Lil Yachty but have to say that this is a pretty solid flip by ojivolta. Dudes have a knack for putting their spin on tunes in the most tasteful way. Will be interesting to see how they develop in the near future.

Crankdat‘s meteoric rise to stardom has been pretty incredible. Dude knows how to put on a show and future bass fans around the world have been quick to catch on. “Dollars” is his debut solo original and it’s pretty clear to me that he’s on the road to becoming a festival favorite. Next time you’re with your friends, make sure to play this song LOUD – it’s a worthy candidate for an end-of-the-summer anthem.

Smooth and subtle, hip hop newcomer cln crushed this new track with his homie pseudo. “Switch Gears” is perfect for easy-listening on those low-key nights spent lounging indoors with friends. The piano riffs add a nice touch to a lyrical base that is frankly pretty impressive. Watch this space..

London-based starlet Justene is back with a fresh sophomore EP titled 2AM and we are so excited to have the premiere. The talented songstress made her debut to widespread acclaim with her Love Life EP and her follow-up body of work is of the stellar quality that her fans worldwide have come to expect. Four songs, immaculately-written, pushing the boundaries of the R&B genre; 2AM is a true indication of her growth and maturation as an artist. “Chemistry” has to be my personal favorite, with Justene singing her heart out through a base of lyrics that hones in on unexplainable chemistry between two star-crossed lovers. Speaking about the inspiration for the 2AM EP, Justene says, “I knew I only wanted to talk about things I could relate to personally rather than abstract things I have no experience of, as I want my listeners to have a better understanding of who I am. To do so, I had to learn how to be vulnerable, dig a little deeper, and expose myself in my songs. ‘2AM’ is definitely my journal of thoughts and feelings in melody, recording it has proved to be quite cathartic. I absolutely love this EP and I think it reflects me well”.


Synth-pop duo Oliver is back with a new single “Chemicals” taken from their forthcoming debut Full Circle album. You’d be hard-pressed to find a duo that is doing it better than Oliver right now – the music stellar and as such, performances at Coachella to Hard Summer, placements everywhere from Fifa to Broad City, and support from scene staples à la A-Trak and Zedd have followed suit.
“Chemicals” is out now, with Full Circle slated to drop in its entirety on August 25th via Interscope.

It’s a strange and scary time in the U.S. right now. While social unrest and chaos rage on, I’m sure I’m not the only one turning to music for healing and inspiration. It helps that artists like Kai Straw are making music with positivity being the central theme. “Supernova,” is powerful and moving, utilizing some clever songwriting and a plethora of uplifting electronic elements to lay down a subtle message of perseverance. We’re proud to have this premiere and excited to share his thought process as it pertains to his new single, “This is what he had to say about his newest singleThere was a time in my life when I wanted to kill myself; when every breath I took felt unearned.  But now, years later, I feel the opposite.  And I wanted to capture that feeling in a song – to bottle my sunshine for someone else.  Something with sort of – boundless, positive, hopeful energy.”

No surprise to see San Holo blowing up all over the country these days with his unique music and cutting-edge ear for innovative sounds. It’s gotta be hard to improve a song that was borderline perfect but with his remix of “The Future,” Wingtip has at least done it justice. Producers and DJs commonly say they’d like to “take their fans on a musical journey,” but all cheesy sayings aside, this song does exactly that and manages to cover a wide spectrum of human emotions throughout. Save some time at the end of your day today to enjoy this one.