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Brooklyn’s Charles Fauna last appeared on Discobelle on Glassio’s “Morning House” and recently he revealed a new single from his solo project called “Abandon”. It’s a euphoric ‘fuck you’ to conformity, written as a reminder that it’s always possible to reimagine things and sonically tips its hat to the experimental pop sound of Phoenix and Passion Pit.

franskild is a name you’ll most likely be hearing in a multitude of ways in the coming months and seasons since they craft superbly weird and wonderful house music. The Swedish duo based out of Copenhagen consists of master chef Love Ojensa and spaced-out architect Tim Söderström.

Their latest release will be dropped via Gothenburg/Berlin label Trunkfunk Records on June 5th, additional help comes from of Gothenburg producer Aron McFaul. He hands in a smooth and dubbed out discoish rework of the aptly titled track “Isted Grill Nights” (those familiar with Copenhagen will know all about late nights on Istedgade).

For those that happen to be in Gothenburg on Friday May 26th, check out the releaseparty at Yaki Da.

Crankdat‘s been creeping up on my radar as he continues to impress with his high-octane remixes. His latest work is no different, as he takes on arguably my favorite track of the past year in Gryffin and Illenium’sFeel Good,” featuring Daya. The young songstress is pure joy to listen to – her tone and control ranks up there with the best. With this quartet of talented artists on one track together, was there any doubt that this remix would come out incredible? I think not.

God this song is so good. Sevnth put his spin on Azad‘s “Ready” and it’s got the all the makings of a bonafide crowd-favorite. It’s intrinsically smooth and sexy while having that tantalizing dance-floor ready tinge. You can check out the original here and decide whether you like it better than the remix.

Loving this new one from grabbitz. I’ve never been one for labeling songs with genres but the LA-based producer really knocked it out of the park with his single “i think that i might be going crazy.” Part of his Things Change album, grabbitz’ latest is a far cry from the edm/bass scene and shows off his skills as a complete artist. Grab your copy here.