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WOOOOAH mindblown. We just featured a new track from TastyTreat last week, and since then they’ve returned with yet another incredibly produced, and incredibly different piece of sonic art, “Summer (Don’t Go).” An indie dance vintage vibe dripping in lighthearted soulful lyrics reminiscing on Summer’s inevitable kiss goodbye. I am a huge fan.

“Summer (Don’t Go)” comes as the fourth release on Lowly Palace’s urban imprint: Lowly.

Another bass infused pop gem has emerged from Cloudkid Records courtesy of Belgium producer LIHO and vocalist Akacia- “Cold Drinks & Cool Friends.” This high energy, synth-pop banger is the perfect anthem to help wrap up your summer parties and welcome the fall.

We’re excited to have the premiere of Washington DC-based production duo Indiginis’ new single “Only You.” The recently signed Majestic Casual signees enlisted the intoxicating vocal stylings of songwriter Jessica Millete, combining to make a song that moves, soothes, and causes the feels. The process to completion wasn’t an easy one, with “Only You” only reaching it’s final form after two years of perfecting. Read what Indiginis had to say about their new single below:

Back when Indiginis was still a primordial idea, it was this song that helped set the tone and standard for later releases to come. The chorus was our chance to show our love for sound design. We incorporated retro synths, foley sound effects of soda cans, kung fu sound effects, cash registers, metal chains, circuit bending. It was a conscious decision to take these unconventional left turns that made the song end up sounding unique to us and would later set the stage for our style. – Indiginis

TastyTreat & Dead Robot join forces to put out this electric collab, “The Feeling Wasn’t Mutual,” a high energy record laced with good vibes and pop vocals throughout. It comes as the third release off of their collaborative Ear Candy series. The production showcases a new side of TastyTreat’s capabilities and has us excited to see how their sound evolves in the future.

VALENTINE & Rob Araujo take an already perfect alternative r&b song, Lana Del Rey & The Weeknd’s “Lust For Life,” and morph it into something dreamy and electronic. The synth driven production adds a high level of danceability to the iconic collaboration and I hope to see this on an official remix package in the future!

Moglebaum breaks their 1 year hiatus, with this fresh, soulful & vibey masterpiece, “Echo of Time.” If you haven’t heard, Moglebaum is a 5 person project- vocals, synths, drums, saxophone, samples- who made waves with their future-bass-funk single, “Raindrops.” We’re hoping this implies there will be tons more new music on the way shortly. Until then…. enjoy “Echo of Time.”