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London based producer and friend of the blog Ben Gomori is back with your favorite song of the summer. With releases of fantastic EPs for labels like ALiVE RECORDINGS, BMKLTSCH and Stranjjur it’s no wonder that his latest offering has gained the attention from the likes of Basement Jaxx, Todd Edwards and Horse Meat Disco. With the blessing of Jazzie B from Soul II Soul, Gomori has reworked their classic track “Back To Nostalgia” into a modern and soulful burner that easily feels at home on any dancefloor.

The tune is unsigned (for now) but is available for your listening pleasure down below.


LVNDSCAPE is a very, very new project. If you head over to his Facebook page, he’s only got four likes and zero info, which only serves to further pique our interest, especially after hearing his latest release. We received a his bootleg of Ed Sheeran and Rudimental’s “Bloodstream” in our inbox earlier this week and needless to say we’re impressed. Tropical percussion and acoustic licks blend smoothly with the original topline.


NY production duo Solidiso had quite the amazing week in Miami last month and just recently released a recap video of their experience along with a bootleg pack of FIVE unreleased edits of some killer tracks, including Galantis’ “Runaway (U & I).” To celebrate their recent success, the duo are giving away these pack of tracks they’ve been playing in their sets all over the country this past month.

Download it for free HERE and watch their recap of Miami Music Week below.

Bootleg Pack Tracklist:
Will Smith – Miami (Solidisco Ultra Music Festival 2015 Edit)
Calvin Harris vs Chic (ft Ellie Goulding) – Back On The Outside (Solidisco Edit)
Galantis – Runaway U & I (Solidisco Edit)
Oliver $ & Jimi Jules vs. Armand Van Helden – Pushing On SUVs (Solidisco Edit)
The Magician vs The Killers – Sunlight (Solidisco’s Brightside Edit)


Feb 16 2015

Mysterious mau5trap artist ATTLAS comes off his Tove Lo bootleg with an original single “Sabs,” that’s got a Ghetto House leaning vibe to it. ATTLAS has got everyone wondering who this enigmatic producer could possibly be, but in the meantime give “Sabs” a spin.