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Cashmere Cat‘s “9 (After Coachella)” gets an intense makeover by way of KRANE. The California-based producer known for his unique take on electronic, hip-hop & dance music injects his modern perspective into Cashmere Cat’s hit and had this to say about his newest release, “Cashmere Cat’s been an inspiration to me from the beginning of my producing days. With this one I sat down, didn’t overthink it and just had fun. And it’s something I’m proud of that nods to the original but feels very me. Hope you enjoy it :)” Free download and stream below:

Expletives aside, NYC electronic dance duo Sofi Tukker’s “Fuck They” is an undeniably catchy and defiant track about letting go of anything and everything that may be holding you back. Co-written with Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears, “Fuck They” is the pair’s confident declaration against the haters. Sofi Tukker is on tour with ODESZA this fall and comes to the Staples Center in LA on October 20th.

“Shadows” is the product of futuristic, feel-good pop vocals courtesy of Samsaruh and luscious synths crafted by Australian musician FØRD. The track provides the perfect soundtrack to guide you through Friday and right into the weekend.

I’m a big fan of this new one from Darci called “Seeing Colors.” Never have really thought autotune could be tastefully done but the I guess there’s a first time for everything. Vibe with this!

Vocals, vocals, vocals, I can’t wrap my head around this stunning tune.. “I Want You” is out now and Daijo absolutely crushed his latest original. The video’s aesthetic matches the songs vibe to the tee so don’t sleep and check it out.

From Los Angeles comes queer pop duo TWINKIDS who announces their debut EP “Boys Love”, out in August from Om Records. This week Matt and Gene share the first single “Overdressed”, about the pendulum feeling at the beginning of a relationship. The track alternates between big four-on-the-floor choruses and really quite, vocal led moments.

Brooklyn based music chef White Cliffs breaks his silence with psychedelic bass jam “On Call.” This track has summer road trip vibes written all over it and is seemingly hinting at a more steady output of new music in the foreseeable future. I’m obsessed with White Cliffs’ unique brand of dancefloor, subtly reggae, R&B bass music.