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Mid-week extravaganza here in the form of a smashing premiere.

TSM AKA This Soft Machine returns to Belgian label Eskimo Recordings with his release “Absence Of Rhythm” (drops December 2nd and features Swedish artist Erik Lindestad AKA The Land Below on vocal duties), the single comes backed by a remix from legendary London-based DJ/producer Rory Phillips who churns out a strutting, funked up disco version.

“I lived in London between the ages 18-21. This time changed my taste in music forever. I would do my best to be at Trash Club every Monday night. Here I was introduced to the idea of dance music and rock music being completely compatible. Hearing the Pixies & Talking Heads played along side Dance Music. I remember dancing in the side room to ESG, A Certain Ratio, Delta 5 and The Rapture. Rory Phillips was the guy responsible for the music selection and also my extremely sore legs the next day from dancing all night. I’m super excited to have Rory giving his touch to my own music.”

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For all you Thanksgiving celebrators out there, here’s the perfect track to get into the groove and start dancing away that turkey/tofurkey or what might be your eating pleasure during this holiday.

Los Angeles based duo Pacific Horizons are purveyors of psyched out balearic sounds and this exclusive 7″ “Burning Stars” that drops today via Deus Records is a fine example of just that sound, on remix duties we have fellow Angelenos in husband/wife duo Peaking Lights who drops a 6 minute long funked up, blissful reworking that also lurks forward with a sinister underbelly.

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Nire is a NYC based artist/producer/DJ who just came off a European tour together with Princess Nokia and Gnucci and thus dropped a booming remix to Princess Nokia’s body positive anthem “Tomboy” which takes the track and places it in a mystical, forest rave setting.

Los Angeles duo FRENSHIP first stormed the airwaves with “Capsize” featuring vocalist Emily Warren. Months later, FRENSHIP introduces STINT’s remix of the hit single who puts a refreshing alternative, tropical sound to an already hooky pop tune.

Be sure to catch FRENSHIP live on their remaining West Coast tour dates including a homecoming show in LA later this week on the 18th at The Fonda.

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