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Polarbearz

Light up the autumn with debut single by Swedish Polarbearz. The duo is based in Gällivare, a city north of the Swedish polar circle. Coming from rockband origins, Markus Mattsby and Joakim Lithner decided to move into the field of future bass two years ago. “Recognize” featuring Angelica Larsson on vocals is their debut release after almost two years in the studio.

Amsterdam’s FATED are a powerful force in indie electronic wizardry. A reliatively fresh face emerging from the fertile Manchester circuit, UK prospect Nekore enters with a bang for the latest single from his European peers. Contemporary R&B songmanship meets glitchy future bass production values for ‘Believe It,’ a valiant debut for the collective that breaths the label’s experimental energy from start to finish.

Stockholm producer, purveyor of futuristic club tracks and one of the founders of the Staycore label Dinamarca turns the classic Opus III track “It’s A Fine Day” upside down and we get a bassy, slo-mo club track that sounds like it’s influenced by cumbia or tribal guarachero.

Another week, another top-shelf remix from The White Panda. This time the group has targeted Swedish electronic pop trio Ember Island for a firm bout of heavy footed club play. It’s a little glitchy and the beats go hard post singalong chorus moment, making this a beautiful blast of nostalgia from a very powerful force in electronic music right now.