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I enjoy posting: downtempo, r&b, lo-fi, funk, lowkey electronic. Follow me: @leighahealy

Brooklyn based music chef White Cliffs breaks his silence with psychedelic bass jam “On Call.” This track has summer road trip vibes written all over it and is seemingly hinting at a more steady output of new music in the foreseeable future. I’m obsessed with White Cliffs’ unique brand of dancefloor, subtly reggae, R&B bass music.

Musical genius josh pan of OWSLA continues to go against the grain and surprise listeners with his latest “give it to ya” featuring a vintage-esque topline courtesy of ABRA. Her vocals wrap seamlessly around the electronic r&b ballad. The visual representation of was created by French artist Quentin Deronzier.



I saw Mac Ayres open up for Pomo last month at Mercury Lounge in NYC and I have been hooked ever since. His recognizable brand of ambient, electronic R&B is so luscious and soothing and the perfect way to ease into the weekend. His latest production, “Lonely,” which samples Justin Timberlake’s “Señiorita” has been bringing me all the vibes today.

Swedish producer Tom Taped makes his official debut with “Felice,” an emotive rhythmic ballad which taps into the familiar feeling of longing for that special someone.

Tom has lent his musical hand to the likes of Zara Larsson, David Guetta and Steve Angello; however he is now focusing on his solo career, the Tom Taped project.

At only 18 years old Whethan has established himself as a force to be reckon within the electronic music game. Coming off wildly successful collaborations with Flux Pavillion and recent Mom + Pop signee Ashe, he returns with a feel-good alternative electronic anthem, “Good Nights” featuring Mascolo. Alongside the single, Whethan also announces the Good Nights North American Tour accompanied by a handful of his previous collaborators Bearson, Saint WKND, Opia as well as Ashe.

For more tour info please visit, http://whethan.com/goodnights.

BANKS embodies everything that is right in music right now; her unique and passionate approach to pop music is very much her own and has opened a door for aspiring artists that don’t exactly fit the mainstream structure. The lead single off her latest album, “Fuck With Myself,” tells the story of putting herself first in a toxic relationship.
London production trio Ivy Lab slows down the already downtempo record and adds heavy synth and bass to emphasize the intended emotions of the record.

French collective Slow Hours- comprised of Astre, Khamsin, Kidswaste, Kultur, Lain and Rusty Hook- put a cinematic spin on Petit Biscuit’s deep house anthem, “Sunset Lover.” The combination of individual styles evoke a raw, atmospheric and emotional ballad nearly unrecognizable from the original.