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London based future soul artist Jodie Abacus has been described as Thundercat meets Stevie Wonder. His new single “You’re Crazy” receives the remix treatment from Rome based producer MadD3E (who has caused a stir as of late with his original tracks/remixes), he infuses the soulful track with a bumping bassline and a festival ready sound.

LA-based emerging singer-songwriter, producer, performer and women’s advocate EMM is here with her new single “Dirty” and we are happy to have the premiere. EMM’s music is unique, in that she has a hand in every instrument in the track, every word, and every melody you hear throughout. According to EMM, a mere 5 percent of music producers in the industry today are female and EMM is looking to challenge the status quo. 

“Dirty is my anthem for every girl that’s been weighed down and wounded by the shame that’s constantly inflicted on women. Every day, we are told that we are both  “not enough” and “too much.” Growing up I really struggled to love myself and was constantly shamed for my body and my sexuality before I was even old enough to understand what was going on.”– EMM

With his latest NVDES release, the LA based producer, has created an entire new lane for himself. The gritty rock inspired single “Ou LA LA LA (All Eyes on Us)” is reminiscent of a 60’s summer anthem meeting modern dance music.

German producers/dj’s Jens Moelle and Ismail Tufekci are better known as indie dance/electro duo Digitalism. Today they release brand new and huge sounding single “Glow” which is filled to the brink with crunchy synths and pleading vocals. The single serves as the prelude to the September 13th release of their new EP “PR15M”.

“Glow” is aimed at the dance floor and the duo describes the track best:

“It’s been a while since we’ve been dancing together — so put on your shoes, we’re going out! “Glow” turned out to be so loud after mastering that we had to dial it back down a bit. Best enjoyed on a big PA”.

Stockholm newcomer LIOHN disappeared from the spotlight for a minute, but after rallying some serious production energy on duties for Axwell, Ingrosso and Swedish House Mafia, the young contender returns to a sound truer to the material that marked his debut solo EP. On official remix duties for Lil Skies moment in the spotlight “Red Roses”, LIOHN leads with fierce beats and restrained synth work throughout, giving the track enough breathing room to stay true to the lyrical emphasis of ‘Red Roses’ whilst remind fans there’s still an untamed edge to LIOHN’s production finesse.