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LIOHN’s inaugural releases have seen the young Swedish newcomer test and trial a whole heap of different sounds. Back on his more comfortable urban beat after the release of his debut EP, ‘Bone App The Beat’ shows a more playful side to his output whilst also showcasing how good the 20-year-old producer is at crafting limb-shaking beats.

The dynamic pairing of KRANE and Alexander Lewis comes together to remix Sinjin Hawke‘s incredible track, “Onset.” This track bangs – it’s meant to be listened to loud and clear on the biggest/most powerful speakers you can find.

Bakongo is the Afro-inspired alter ego of UK Funky pioneer Roska and last year he dropped his “Grind/Tee Oh Ell” release via Quadrants (the label spearheaded by Melé).

Now, Bakongo returns to Los Angeles based label Pink Turban with two dazzlingly pristine club tracks, “Awe” and “Bout It”, that both showcases his sublime production skills and pushes the UK/US bass boundaries with their afro-saturated bass heavy sound.

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.

After catching the eyes and ears of the electronic music community with their bass driven lullaby debut “zZz,” it has been a privilege watching the artistic evolution of Dutch duo DROELOE. Their latest “Jump,” is a percussion-driven pop production complimented by the charming vocals of Nevve.

Out now via Monstercat.