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British songwriter and producer Henry Green builds on the success of 2015’s “Slow” EP with “Closer.” The song displays Green’s desire to merge traditional songwriting with more abstract arrangements. The pairing of intimate, acoustic instruments with obscure synthesis and percussion, combined with Green’s distinctive vocal style, results in an intriguing and exciting outcome.

Scavenger Hunt is the brainchild of producer/multi-instrumentalist Dan Mufson and vocalist/songwriter Jill Lamoureux. “Never Enough” is the third single from the pair’s forthcoming EP “Shapes and Outlines,” a captivatingly uplifting retro pop anthem featuring soaring lyrics and an irresistibly catchy refrain that echoes on top of the 80’s-influenced synth production.

Listen to “Never Enough” and “Sweet Talk” ahead of Scavenger Hunt’s “Shapes and Outlines” EP, out November 11.

Young Summer reveals the cool, moody single “Echo” from her upcoming EP “You Would Have Loved It Here,” which she describes as a “dreamy love letter to someone you will love but haven’t met yet. The feelings so strong that you’ve painted them in your mind as if you already know them.”

“You Would Have Loved It Here” is out October 28th.

Linying first gained recognition from her collaborations with some of European house music’s biggest names notably Felix Jaehn, which lead to a #1 on Hype Machine and over 10 million plays on Spotify. Drawing inspiration from Bon Iver and incorporating elements of electronica, baroque pop, folk and alt-rock, Linying recently debuted her “Paris 12” EP with an emotional new single “Speak Up Selah.”

Linying made her live debut in Tokyo last month at the Summer Sonic Festival, and is in the midst of a European tour with Felix Jaehn before appearing at a series of festivals around the world, ending in her native Singapore for the Neon Lights Festival on November 27th.

Foreign Air is the nomadic duo of Jacob Michael and Jesse Clasen who recently revealed the final cut “Better For It” off their debut EP “For The Light,” available now. An ethereal experience from the soothingly sensual opening notes to the soaring instrumental production, “Better For It” is a cool, moody soundscape with warmth in its edge.

Hailed by Neon Gold as “the logical heir apparent to The Knocks’ New York Disco throne,” Wingtip (Nick Perloff-Giles) has steadily released a stream of acclaimed singles over the last year. “Rewind,” is his latest and first collaborative effort with Sophie Strauss. Chilled out yet irresistibly catchy, the track comes at the perfect time of the year as Autumn begins and ushers in cooler weather.

Toronto-based producer Pusher has been teasing his debut EP “New Laces” over the summer first with the breakout crystalline single “Clear” featuring New York City based rising singer Mothica and today reveals “Fences”, a collaboration with indie pop artist CAPPA. “New Laces” is out on Black Butter Records now and you can purchase the EP here.

Electro-pop trio Dragonette announces their fourth studio album “Royal Blues”, a collection of 13 brand new songs out worldwide on November 11th. The second cut from the album, “Sweet Poison,” is a sleek late night pop gem that employs the prodigious production talents of fellow Torontonian La+ch, and features some magic dust from the UK’s Dada.