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Teagre probably sounds new to your ears. It’s a new indie and nu-disco project by Parisian producers and musicians: Mickael Karassimeonov & GrÈgoire Charpe-Civatte. Their aim is to combine musical instruments and machines. And if...

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It’s not really, in fact it’s quite the opposite – this my friend is the first Skrillex track I can honestly say I like, without feeling dead inside. Clearly, Skrillex is talented producer, that much...

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If you’re a regular punter at almost any Bugged Out party, and you’re an early bird who likes to catch the electronic worm then you’ll have know doubt come across Lemmy Ashton; a noble electronic...

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Man Power is the production alias of UK born music maker Geoff Kirkwood. Originally conceived as an anonymous alias a string of well-received productions, and 2015’s self-titled debut album on Correspondant soon put paid to...

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Trawling through music on a daily basis is one of the hardest things about my job, the further down the inbox rabbit hole you go the more despair you face; EDM tracks labelled as deep...

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Sebastian Carter’s City Lights EP is without a doubt, the perfect selection of songs to get you through the work week. That might be the most generic statement utilized by music bloggers around the world,...

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Two legendary house names, Richard Vission & Bad Boy Bill, have joined forces to drop something everyone can love, unleashing a tune with classic house elements and a splash of disco / pop. Their new...

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Bored of the Stranger Things hype train yet? No? Good. Because you can now hear one of the tracks taken from the show’s stunning soundtrack, which – in case you hadn’t noticed – has been...

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Robotaki has been around for quite a while now – but despite his somewhat patchy output he’s managed to notch up a bevy of genre-spanning remixes for the likes of Miami Horror, Empire of The...

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In our mind Alex Metric is channeling the way a certain Thin White Duke (aka Stuart Price) would tackle a remix for an indie band like the Foals. And that’s exactly what you get with...

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VHS Collection are, well, were not entirely sure, they’re from New York that much we do know, and their latest summer-tinged jam (yes, this is a certified jam) is all about New York City “and...

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Australian producer Luke Million has recreated the spellbinding theme song from Netflix’s new show Stranger Things – and it sounds amazing. Luke Million has a habit of recreating seminal music, over the years the Australian...

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Dutch duo Yakumo, like many producers, create their music via an elaborate patchwork of analogue hardware and when the duo performs it’s done with the same analogue ethos in mind with an array of hardware...

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Originally released back in 2013 DOC:HOOK’s ‘Jacking Dogs’ (Doc Daneeka and Nick Hook) was quite unlike anything that was released, well, ever. A jacking house track made ostensibly out of dogs barking and stabbing synth...

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Hailing from LA, modular synth trio KRON are about to release their self-titled album – but ahead of it’s release the trio are sharing ‘Dense Clouds’. Sounding like a long-lost sci-fi theme song, ‘Dense Clouds’...

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Taken from Tocaio’s next full-length, ‘Bonfire’ proves that ambient music can be both exciting and refreshing. Steeped in warm tones, ‘Bonfire’ develops from a simple guitar loop into something far more substantial as prickly melodies...

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In certain circles Fred Falke is a remix god. Around the time of bloghaus’ dominance both Falke and Alan Braxe were delivering scorching remixes left, right and centre, and while their output has waned somewhat...

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Whilst it has indeed been around for a while, Dixon’s remix for Todd Terje’s ‘Snooze 4 Love’ has been re-released on Terje’s own Olsen records. Originally released on Running Back, the killer remix is now...

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As well as dispatching chart-topping releases almost as consistently as the sun sets each day, Duke Dumont also does a line of club weapons under the crudely titled ‘For Club Play Only’ that’s consistently delivered...

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Whenever you see the name of one of Norway’s best producers ‘Lindstrøm’, you know you’re in for a contemporary disco treat. And this remix is no different. Aimed at dancefloor, this ought to get you...

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