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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.

Bog Gigantic’s Brighter Future was a big old body of work, and its remixes have been treated with no less impact. Among the vast run of remodes, Oakland’s Krane goes in heavy here, but there’s a pretty solid balance of textured production prowess and uplifting composure that makes his an undisputed standout moment of the remix package.

Crankdat‘s meteoric rise to stardom has been pretty incredible. Dude knows how to put on a show and future bass fans around the world have been quick to catch on. “Dollars” is his debut solo original and it’s pretty clear to me that he’s on the road to becoming a festival favorite. Next time you’re with your friends, make sure to play this song LOUD – it’s a worthy candidate for an end-of-the-summer anthem.

It’s a strange and scary time in the U.S. right now. While social unrest and chaos rage on, I’m sure I’m not the only one turning to music for healing and inspiration. It helps that artists like Kai Straw are making music with positivity being the central theme. “Supernova,” is powerful and moving, utilizing some clever songwriting and a plethora of uplifting electronic elements to lay down a subtle message of perseverance. We’re proud to have this premiere and excited to share his thought process as it pertains to his new single, “This is what he had to say about his newest singleThere was a time in my life when I wanted to kill myself; when every breath I took felt unearned.  But now, years later, I feel the opposite.  And I wanted to capture that feeling in a song – to bottle my sunshine for someone else.  Something with sort of – boundless, positive, hopeful energy.”