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Rolling Stones were influenced by Chicago & blues, in another time the millenials Oskar Engström and Filip Spetze (Holograms) look back on what has become known as the most influential Swedish scene of the the 00:s – Gothenburg and antirock. With powerful influences from the genre such as the Embassy, Tough Alliance and Air France, these millenials chisel out a balearic retrospective over the Nordic dream of warmer latitudes with their upcoming February 22nd release on Swedish label Hybris.

Australian artist Saint Lane drops his debut track “Zip Code” which tackles a global problem of senseless street violence.

“”Zip Code” is about senseless violence. People hate people simply because they’re from a particular area. People rep area codes and spread violence to others from different zip codes. This is happening in Auckland all the time. Somebody dies because of a route by the postal system, forgetting that we are all from the same city. It’s further than Auckland too. When I was 18 and living on the Gold Coast I saw a kid stab another kid on a bus because he was from Tweed Heads. We were in Palm Beach. Tweed is 10 minutes away. So if these two boys lived 10 minutes closer to each other they’d be homies? It’s so dumb. The song isn’t intended to glorify violence or crime and I’m definitely not saying Auckland has more violence than anywhere else in the world. I’m just sharing my own perspective on a situation I know many people are in.”

Splinter is the label spearheaded by French producer/dj and former Ed Banger artist Vicarious Bliss, they bring us the first release from enigmatic Parisian teenage wunderkind Yume. Whilst being resolutely 2019, the blissfully synth-heavy track “Road Trip” which is released tomorrow Friday February 8th puts an up-to-date twist on the classic French touch sound with some Alan Braxe vibes sprinkled on this.

The uber-young artist has fused all his influences to create his own particular universe, also directing the Nippon-heavy video that accompanies the track himself & overseeing the release’s photography & artwork. “Road Trip” is just a first dip into Yume’s colorful world, and by no means the last…

NYC producer warner case just dropped his new single “idunno” via French boutique label Kitsuné Musique, the track is a club scorcher with a raw sounding bassline, an infectious synth beat and addictive vocals.

“I love making dance music you can cry to” – warner case

Toronto-based producer Robotaki makes his Foreign Family Collective debut with brand new single “All I Can Do” and also announces his forthcoming EP “Anachronism”.

Robotaki is the moniker of 27 year old Preston Chin. Originally, he started out with singles and remixes for artists like Phoenix, The M Machine, Daft Punk, and Empire Of The Sun, and he started to collect notoriety in the both the contemporary and avantgarde electronic music scenes. With each release stronger than the last, Robotaki started gaining the attention of some of the biggest artists in the electronic community.

Now, globally known electronic act ODESZA welcome the rising talent to their imprint Foreign Family Collective. In his new single, Robotaki shows fans the most evolved version of himself, one that has taken years to curate and refine; one that sees him trade featured vocalists for his own vocal performances. “All I Can Do” is a slow rolling gem boasting emotive sensitivity and a haunting message.

“”All I Can Do” is a song I wrote about finally coming to terms with the end of a relationship and saying goodbye to a part of myself that kept on holding on to the past. Sometimes you get so attached to the way you were with someone that when it’s suddenly over, you start asking questions that ultimately don’t have answers, or at least the ones that you’re looking for. Sometimes all you can do is move on.”

2019 will see Robotaki hit the road together with Big Wild and Mild Minds as he brings his singular live performance to New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago, Washington DC, Portland and more.

The boys of Ship Wrek have done it again. They are on a serious hot streak of releases and their latest ‘Super Freak’ is top notch. What is now their third release since becoming a newly formed duo, Tripp and Collin are truly showcasing their masterful production abilities. This bouncy house tune will surely be heard across the globe fitting right in with some of the biggest names in the business.