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Aeroplane makes a rare appearance on Spinnin’ Deep alongside Purple Disco Machine for what can only be described as a steel drum orgy masquerading as a deep house track. It’s subtle, yet not, as silky...

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Rex The Dog

Rex The remix Dog

July 28, 2016 |

Rex The Dog has chalked up a bevy of killer analogue cuts over the last 12 months alongside Kompakt Records and he’s got another dropping in September, more on that later. What he hasn’t really...

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Madeira is the pseudonym of Kim Pflaum, the multi-skilled singer/songwriter from New Zealand who co-founded the dream-pop outfit Yumi Zouma. Leaving the group and going solo allowed her to build on the sensibilities of her...

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Tobtok is lucky to be alive. The 23-year-old Swedish producer was diagnosed with cancer 12 months ago – and if you followed his social media accounts you’ll have seen first hand how this impossibly difficult...

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I was 20-years-old when Cassius released their breakout LP ‘1999’. I was a young, dumb college student and still forming opinions about all things music and, in particular, electronic music. At that time dance music...

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A year after the unforgettable ‘You’, Jean Tonique returns with a new EP on Yuksek’s label Partyfine, which sees the French producer collaborating a second time with Dirty Radio. The EP’s opener ‘Lit Up’ is...

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Luke Fono hit the ground running in 2015 with his rather special singles ‘Real Joy’ and ‘Everybody Knows’. Both tracks have been on repeat since! So it’s no wonder that Fono is name on everyone’s...

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Perhaps his last offering before releasing his self-titled debut album on August 19, ‘Fever’ introduces listeners to a more joyous, up-front optimistic sound than we have come to expect from Roosevelt. Built around a luscious...

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I’ve joked about moving to Canada if Trump gets elected as the next POTUS but after hearing Pusher’s new single ‘Tell You,’ I might actually make the move. The Toronto-based artist teamed up with vocalist...

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If Bloghaus, or whatever the hipsters are calling it now, is going to be making a welcome return it’ll be thanks to the labels like DEEWEE, the newly minted label from the David and Stephen...

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We’ve yet to hear a bad remix from italian disco dons Tiger and Woods, and today isn’t going to be the day that we start – as they delivered a humdinger for Kraak And Smaak’s...

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Robyn has commissioned some talented producers to remix some of her most important tracks, and you can now listen to the Black Madonna and Cassius remixes of ‘Indestructible’ and ‘Dance On My Own’ respectively. Black...

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It’s almost as if Frahm sat down, removed the best parts of Booka Shade’s ‘Night Falls’, leaving just the iconic percussion lines, and then added his own patented droney synths in, stretched it out to...

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In times of despair and anguish music is often the best remedy, and if you live in the United Kingdom you’ll be all too familiar with both despair and anguish at the moment. In the...

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Yuksek has a new EP out via his sensual imprint Partyfine. It’s probably the biggest hint yet at what his eagerly awaited third album might sound like, which he’s been working on since 2011’s ‘Living...

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Av en vän is actually Julian Azar and Markus Bergh – so that means the track below isn’t actually a remix but rather a remake of Azar’s own track ‘Another Love’. ‘Another Love’ originally was...

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Ahead of their new album’s release Canadian noise makers MSTRKRFT are giving away a rowdy remix from fellow French noise maker Mr Oizo – and it bangs. They’ve also unveiled a brand-new track from the...

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What if when Mylo was still at the height of his electronic prowess he had made a track alongside Rex The Dog – what might that’ve sounded like? Well, unfortunatley it has happened… yet, but...

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Vitalic returns with his first piece of original music since 2012 when the producer released his most commercial-sounding long-play, ‘Rave Age’. Since then he’s produced the soundtrack for a film, namely The Legend of Kaspar...

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Mylo really is making a proper comeback – so much so he’s delivered the fourth preview from his new project a whole day early. That’s right, Mylo is now over-delivering, which considering his 12-year radio...

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