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Big fan of San Holo and everything that bitbird has accomplished as a team in such a short period of time. As such, it comes as no surprise that his newest release “Right Here, Right Now” has both the technical mastery and personal touch that has signified many of his incredible stable of releases in the past. The song is a first time San Holo feature for Taska Black and continues to give a deeper glimpse into the personal development that San showcases in each new song. His mindset towards production can clearly be understood via this quote below: “For me, music has always been my number one, it’s what keeps me going. Yet sometimes that results in having to disappoint people, having no time and headspace for anything else. Yet, I don’t think that’s gonna change anytime soon. Maybe someday I’ll learn to be in the here and now properly. We’ll see :)”

Catch San on his Spring festival tour highlighted by appearances at Coachella, EDC Las Vegas, Hangout Music Festival, Electric Forest and more.

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New York-based newcomer Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez first hit our radars courtesy of Meeka Kate’s collab ‘No,’ but has since put focus on her solo credentials. Through ‘Unarmed,’ Gonzalez channels a fusion of intricate jazz and R&B influences, pairing the affair with a haunting official video that truly captures the edge and elegance of this standout debut.

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Under the category ‘made in Sweden’ comes something of a pedigree for upfront songwriting talent. SHY Martin has taken that one step further, following a billion streaming songwriting run with the formal launch of her solo project. As the follow-up to ‘Good Together,’ punch Summer pop offering ‘Bad In Common’ continues to show the young artist as a more than capable leading lady, setting anticipations to an all-time high for her next steps.

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Drum Thing (born Peter Carr) is a producer/drummer from East London who also happens to have pretty substantial drum collection that he regularly uses in his production work for the Drum Thing project.

The music he creates explores the darker side of percussive based house music, his latest release is for Trax Couture sublabel World Series – it’s four tracks of excellent, raucous sounding house music with a serious drive and of course mean percussion work.

Drum Thing is currently busy planning out a live setup where he can play percussion live along with his own productions.