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A hand-picked selection of the hottest tracks streaming online.

Automatically good....

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Very Njoyable...

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What remains is really good...

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Joyously textured....

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Nobody listens to techno...

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Disco vibes straight outta Paris...

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Loframes end 2016 on a fuzzy high...

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Who's a pretty birdie...

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This must be what magic sounds like....

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Yuksek's back and better than ever....

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Sunshine vibez....

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For you by you...

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The difference is real...

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As we reported earlier this week, Justice have shared the next single, ‘Alakazam’, from their hotly-anticipated new album ‘Woman’. Alongside the new single the bosses of the crosses have paired the energetic track with footage...

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Dickystixx is from Toronto and he makes house music with feels. His latest, ‘Off & On’, is being released by Youtube-come-label Majestic Casual and it has all the ingredients to tug at one’s heart. Richard Piasetski...

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Sandboards are two dudes from New Zealand who met the Bicep boys last year when they warmed up for the Northern Irish pair on their NZ tour. Whatever happened out there the Bicep vibe rubbed...

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FlexB and K.A.L.I.L are both part of Sao Paulo’s burgeoning electronic scene with both artists’ chosen field of study being abstract techno. For this particular track FlexB is on the remix duties for K.A.L.I.L.’s latest...

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New York’s JoeSki delivers a humdinger of a remix for Full Intention & Paul Harris’ ‘Like A Mirage’. The Queens-based producer centres in on the original’s ethereal vocals for his remix, and reworks the original...

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We’ve been taken aback  by Kattison’s juicy, sun-drenched summer cut ‘Up & Down’ – and now it’s been given the remix treatment by Zed Bias. Bias drenches the original’s anthemic parts, namely the vocals, with plenty...

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Man Power delivers the first release on his newly minted label Me Me Me – and it’s a cinematic deep-house masterpiece. On the label’s name Geoff Kirkwood explains: “It stands to reason that if I’m calling...

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