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Writer: Devin

The Strange Fruits record imprint continuously brings us top notch productions from artists who I’ve yet to hear. NUDØ is the latest to surprise me with professional quality sound on the new single ‘Change My Mind.’ He collaborated with singer songwriter Veronica Bravo to bring a massive future bass/pop track.

Spinnin’ Records regulars Vintage Culture and Adam K paired up to bring a haunting single with chilling vocals from MKLA. Filled with dark synthesis and hard driving bass lines, the groups latest will surely make its way through the underground.

Young gun producer Just Max recently dropped a massive flip of Louis the Child’s ‘Better Not.’ Starting out with a super vibey intro filled with the original vocal complimented by the producer’s special piano touch, the remix finishes with Just Max’s signature guitar shredding solo.


It’s been a heck of year for Ryan Browne. From drumming for Orgy on their entire US tour, to getting nods from dubstep namestays like Excision and Black Tiger Sex Machine throughout the festival season. His new single “Epitaph” is out now on Kannibalen Records Christmas compilation is a genre blending rollercoaster of dubstep, metal, and unexpected trumpet melodies. Be sure to catch the whole compilation on Decemeber 19th which includes tracks from KJ Sawka, Jaykode, Kai Wachi and more.

When Steve Void started making music at 15, he could have never imagined how massive of an impact he would make on dance music. As owner of Strange Fruits record label, he is responsible for putting on some of the biggest up and coming producers. Today we are going to feature the latest Strange Fruits releases.

Big Z – Together (ft. Rachel Woznow)

SAVANA & Mola Mola – Quiero Sentir (ft. Luis Saenz)

NEVERGLOW & Jaak – Back & Forth

Ian Gott – Don’t Care

Hailing from the lands of Rotterdam, now residing in Los Angeles, FANNYPACK continue to make waves with their salacious productions. The duo’s latest single ‘Simple’ dropped on the Strange Fruits imprint getting the huge push from the label.