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GoodSex – Glow

Jul 2 2019

GoodSex is back and ready to show off their feelsy, masterful 80’s groove in the lead single from their forthcoming With Friends Vol. 2 EP. “Glow” features Genevieve and Trance Thompson, and is just the track fans need to kick off their summer. A collaborative track brought to you by close friends, “Glow” comes as an all too relatable ballad. A reminder that humanity is truly all in this together, GoodSex is here to remind each of us to “Glow.”

Budding musical mainstay C.H.A.Y. finds a home at mau5trap for his newest four-track EP. A flawless EP from start to finish, the Florida native proves just why his sound belongs on a label as prominent as mau5trap. From the onset of the EP, C.H.A.Y. displays his production versatility, drawing his listeners in with slow and pulsating grooves, before layering on a signature blend of electro and tech house styles. 

Seattle based singer-songwriter Nora Rothman recently announced the upcoming debut of a new EP titled Nothing New out July 12th via Unspeakable Records. We’re proud to be premiering the final song ahead of the full project release in “dear / david.” Rothman’s latest single is the project’s most poignant and jarring single yet, a personal commentary on the #METOO and #TIMESUP movement that tells the story of her own experiences in LA working in the entertainment industry. Produced by Kate Ellwanger (aka DOT), Rothman calls “dear / david” “the feminist heartbeat to this femme-powered EP.” “It was in the middle of Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony, and my rage was right at the surface,” says Rothman, “I decided to perform the exercise myself in the form of these lyrics: writing to an actor named David and a musician named Josh, two of a number of men from my past who need to hear these words.” Stream the stirring new single below:

Dr. Fresch needs no explanation to the house music enthusiasts in the U.S. The fun-loving producer has more than proven his ability to produce and perform with the best of them. His newest collaboration is with rising duo Volac, a summer heater called “Filthy” featuring Dread MC. Combining elements of house, bass, and hip hop, “Filthy” is out now via lauded French producer Tchami’s CONFESSION imprint.

With a name inspired by the phonetic spelling of Saoirse, meaning ‘freedom’, Atlanta has a rising star in singer, songwriter, and producer Seersha. Today, we have the premiere of the visual for her new single “Lecture Me”, out now. Speaking to the motivation behind Lecture Me, Seersha shares:The catalyst for this song came out of a painful situation where I felt pressured to change by someone who was close to me at the time. I’ve always been a bit of a rebel and at its core, that’s what this song is about. I am not the kind of person who responds well to being lectured… then again, who really is?

With his new EP set to drop this summer, Sparkee is proud to unveil the project’s lead single in “The Kids” featuring LIINKS. Channeling disco and chill vibes, Sparkee’s newest track is out now via Westwood Recordings. The song is inspired by the spirit of living in the moment and putting your worries to the side, aka finding your inner kid.

Dead Space combines forces with Lex & Wood and Pony for his new single “Hussy”, out now via Gene Farris’ Farris Wheel Recordings. Producing a driving blend of tech house and techno with a touch of funky fun and sacred beats, Dead Space has firmly established himself as one of the most talented rising stars in house music today. “Hussy” is the newest addition to his arsenal of masterfully crafted tunes, a collaborative house heater ready to keep your feet moving and your body grooving until after the after hours.

Dady – 250cc

May 6 2019

Dady, a project by singer/songwriter Rachel Dady and songwriter/producer Jesse O’Connor, are here to make a statement with their new single “250cc.” The NYC-based pairing boast an impressively mature sound, stocked full with well-crafted melodies and silky vocals. 250cc is about being in a relationship that has become one-sided, but having the strength to drive away. The dirt bike reference was inspired by the Disney Channel movie, Motocrossed.” – Rachel (Dady)