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Just caught wind of this vibey little 12″ on Going Home featuring the analogue house talents of Maxine & Cleo. The “Celestial Frame Of Mind EP” is aptly titled as four cuts of raw, cosmic flavors expand across both sides of this lovely slice of wax. The titular track carries bright pads and crisp, 808 percussion… unfolding over 7 minutes of blissful, dance floor euphoria. “Kids pt.1 & pt.2” follow up with equally bittersweet emotions sprinkled upon thick beds of sizzling grooves… “pt.2” taking it just a tad further with a tougher exterior. Closing out the disc, we have “Lightness Of Being,” a gorgeous bumper that brings a fair share of acid flourishes to the mix, something we couldn’t be mad at if we tried.

Essential tracks right here. SNAG EM!

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The digital music age has made it possible for artists of all ages, from all corners of the earth to get their hands on a DAW and try their hand at making music. While it remains to be seen what kind of impact this accessibility is having on the industry, 20-year old producer Flybear and his music are clear examples of positivity and growth within the scene, highlighting a musical vision and awareness that belies his years.

“Soon” is the first single to be taken from Flybear’s debut Night Hike EP, due in November. Available now on Big Beat White Label, the American producer’s newest work brings his advanced understanding of acoustics and sound design to light. The fluid bass line, enhanced vocals, and unique production style are equally impressive, showing why fans should justifiably anticipate bigger and better things from this young man.

Grab your copy HERE.

HELH – Body

Sep 23 2016
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Hazey, dreamlike and stunning dance pop from Swedish artist HELH, the debut single “Body” was just released via Stockholm based Cherish Label.

“I wrote “Body” out of frustration. For me, it is about taking control over the way I am sexualised and gendered. Letting myself define me, rather than listening to the internalised male gaze. It is also about connecting with myself as a physical person and all that comes with it, like lust and awkwardness”.

Hailed by Neon Gold as “the logical heir apparent to The Knocks’ New York Disco throne,” Wingtip (Nick Perloff-Giles) has steadily released a stream of acclaimed singles over the last year. “Rewind,” is his latest and first collaborative effort with Sophie Strauss. Chilled out yet irresistibly catchy, the track comes at the perfect time of the year as Autumn begins and ushers in cooler weather.

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Thursday night is quickly approaching us, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be trying to put together a strong playlist to get the party started. I’d like to put forth the newest by Black Saint, called “Could You Love Me” for your music consideration.

Black Saint are an UK-based group that have been getting the attention of big league DJs like Toddla T recently, and this new track shows exactly why they’ve been getting serious credit lately. The original version has amassed over 1.2 million plays, and this one will undoubtably be played just as many times.

Check out the track below.

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Canadian artist Kaytranada just won the Polaris Music Prize in Canada and he also dropped new mixtape “0.001% ???” as a celebration. The 90 minute long mixtape could be seen as a follow up to his highly acclaimed “99,9%” album that was released just before the summer.

Toronto-based producer Pusher has been teasing his debut EP “New Laces” over the summer first with the breakout crystalline single “Clear” featuring New York City based rising singer Mothica and today reveals “Fences”, a collaboration with indie pop artist CAPPA. “New Laces” is out on Black Butter Records now and you can purchase the EP here.