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The Ghost of Helags are a Swedish duo based in Berlin and they provide us with “shy Scandinavian electronica-pop” filtered through Berlin grit. They released an EP back in March and are now working on the follow-up release as well as a European tour.

The dreamlike track “Wildest Dreams” is an exquisite piece of piano based electronic pop with stunning and hypnotizing vocals.

“This new song is a tribute to Nature and to Dreams, both scary and stunningly beautiful. The track itself was recorded in a cabin close to an army base in the middle of nowhere. Deep in the wilderness in the deepest winter, falling asleep every night to the sound of wolves howling in the wind outside.”

Incredible work by Tyson Kraft and Tiff Fung, as they team up for “Haunt Me,” the newest single to be added to my personal favorites this week. Fung’s enchanting vocals are scintillating, with Kraft providing the harder, beat-driven elements necessary to balance this track out.

Stellar new grooves coming from Auckland producers Chores who have dropped their brand new single, ‘Losing You’. It’s got all the makings of a modern day hit, moody and edgy while pristine in production. The song is about desperately clutching onto someone who you believe to be becoming distant. It also explores how people can get caught up within their own emotions when they feel they are losing someone, when in reality, it might just be their own perceptions,” Chores said.

We’re pumped to be premiering pop singer-songwriter Bryan Stave‘s debut single, “Chasing Platinum.” Set for release tomorrow, “Chasing Platinum” is the first single and title track from the Nashville-based musician’s forthcoming EP, rumored to be dropping in Spring 2018. Mixed and mastered by Grammy-nominated producer Christian Davis, Stave’s first single is a bright pop tune that showcases both his natural gift in singing and a deft touch with songwriting. “Chasing Platinum” came about through an intricate process that involved his development and maturation as both an artist and fan of multiple genres. He says “though I fall under the pop “umbrella”, I’ve got songs (especially when still in acoustic form) that would fall into all different genres so when I get up and do reggae-rap or surf tune it’s usually a significant change of pace which is always fun.” Although he is just embarking on his new artistic venture, the future is looking bright.

Sacre – Stereo

Nov 30 2017

Parisian duo Sacre announces their debut EP and shares a new single “Stereo” that harkens back to the early days of nu-disco and garners comparisons with disco savants like Todd Terje and Lindstrom. The song features French rapper and fellow newcomer Dopize who adds hip hop flair on the third verse.

Medasin is getting really fucking good at flipping tracks, both obscure and popular, into his own docile musical remit. Fans of his off-the-wall “Wild Thoughts” remix are to find a similar flare in recent take on Joji’s “Will He,” adding some air and ambiance whilst utilizing those vocal chops like it’s nobody’s business.