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Swedish producer Name the Pet released her new album “Än” last week, the album consists of ten soulful, electronic pop songs intertwining Name the Pets smooth vocals with playful productions inspired by British dance music from the 00’s as well as the early works of Sade.

“You know when a car passes in London and you hear some really nice beat playing from the open car window, that’s the vibe I was going for with “Radion lovar regn”, says Name the Pet referring to the first song on the album.”

As a songwriter, producer and boss of her own label, Name the Pet is a part of an emerging scene of female producers in Stockholm.

I have long been a fan of Bronze Whale and their dynamic sound that they bring to each and every release. The duo recently announced and came through with their first LP ‘The Shape of Things’ consisting of a compilation of past and brand new music.

The two have successfully created a sonic story from beginning to end with both instrumental and lyrical journeys. Each song offers a unique experience and fills the listener with emotion as we follow them on their escapade. Have a listen for yourself and sit back and enjoy.

Finnish artist Olivera drops her new single “Trust” (produced by hitmaking producer Lenno) today! “Trust” is the first of four upcoming singles during 2019 from Helsinki based singer/songwriter Olivera, it’s a slow dance-pop track showcasing her hypnotizing voice.

In a world that seems to be filled with so much angst and negativity, it is more important than ever to recognize those who do good on a daily basis. The producer from Mumbai, 32Stitches, has just released a song dedicated to those who sacrifice themselves and even their life to help others in need. His latest single “Heroes” is an emotionally charged homage that is uplifting and truly inspiring. He has captivated us with a cinematic music video that is a tribute to the artist’s biggest heroes.

Heroes is a track I dedicated to my real life heroes around me, especially my family. At all times while growing up, there was only one constant lesson; To be a good human being. This track is how I want to convey what I’ve learned while growing up in the language I speak the best. –32Stitches

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19-year-old Swedish artist Vera Hotsauce drops her new single “Bring Me Down” which is the first taste from her upcoming mixtape “Red Pill” that will be released next month. The track was written together with AOBeats and Robokid from Los Angeles collective Moving Castle.

One of the hottest up and coming producers neutral. just put his magic touch on Lost Kings single “Don’t Kill My High” featuring Whiz Khalifa. His massive future bass flip of the smash hit is surely going to be heard around the festival circuit this summer.