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Los Angeles producer/dj Shlohmo making sure we turn up and end this summer on a good note with this mix.

“It’s august 1997, the aroma of lighter fluid + carne asada fills the air. A lowered civic rolls through a distant stop sign, the muffled echoes of its alpine tape deck cut through the thick humid breeze.

For tha heatwave, for tha bbq, for tha trunk, for whatever. Real album on the way 2018…”

Baltimore County rap outfit Creek Boyz just released their new single “Celebrate” which is a feel good track as the summer comes to a close. Watch out for their debut mixtape “1:11” coming soon!

Jermaine Elliot is moving fast a furious with his soulful R&B prowess. ‘100 BAND$’ is a clean and genuine blend of slick beats and Elliot’s refined vocal chops, giving you plenty of inscentive to go and check out his full Send For Me album.

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.

Enter Nelson – a mysterious North American newcomer without a surname. What he lacks in identifying features he more than makes up for in powerful production values via ‘Voyage,’ channeling a stern and bass-savvy take on the modern trap sound with enough moody undertones to hit his own stride courtesy of this impressive first solo offering.

Slo-mo rap with a heavy dark bass courtesy of Swedish sensation Ängie, “Dope” serves as a prelude to her upcoming debut album “Suicidal Since 1995”, which is due for release on April 6th via Universal.