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Hotly-tipped London-based duo Avec Sans have given Bon Iver’s folksy track ‘Perth’ a 80s neon makeover that’s brimming with attitude. Their mesmerising cover has been given the video treatment too and sees Alice Fox and Jack...

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Agustin Morpéi’s ‘Command’ is a thumping cut of tech-hoouse that sees the Bolivian producer try and bridge the gap between analogue synthesizers and organic instruments. This, ultimately, means you get a low-slung cut of propulsive...

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Having previously remixed Dosem’s ‘Runnerpark’ – which turned out to be one of Suara’s best sellers of 2015 – fans of Jeremy Olander and Coyu’s cat-obsessed imprint Suara have been patiently awaiting for Olander’s return...

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The Weeknd has announced the release of his third studio album ‘Starboy’ alongside the album’s title track which features Daft Punk. When we say “features Daft Punk” you’d be hard pressed to actually hear their...

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The old adage of less is more is something that we usually buy into, but with Pusher’s latest slice of over-the-top maximalism we might have to reconsider our position. Hailing from Toronto, Pusher returns with...

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In the lead up to his next release Moonlight Matters has announced he’s going to be delivering a series of discofied edits. We’re glad to report the first one is the Moonlight Matters we fell...

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Happy accidents are often the moments of genius when it comes to making music – and that’s exactly what happened to Montreal-based producer Dave Switch when creating his first track under new alias Trouble Star....

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If like many of us you’ve been slowly dissecting and absorbing Frank Ocean’s latest opus, ‘Blonde’, you’ll be glad to know that remixer-to-the-stars Alex Metric has taken it upon himself to re-edit one of the...

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What happens when you mix an appearance by Danny Glover on Arsenio Hall with Mr. Oizo-inspired quirk-synths? You shouldn’t get anything really but in this case it’s hard-hitting electro by the duo known as Shit...

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Having picked up support from the likes of Annie Mac, Bon Voyage follow-up their previously well-recieved singles ‘Booshie’ and ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ with another club banger, ‘African Voices’. The trio are made up of...

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Having called it a day on releasing albums with the release of their sixth studio album, Royksopp return with a new single alongside Susanne Sundfør who featured on ‘The Inevitable End’ tracks ‘Running To The...

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Between 2013 and 2014, Rex The Dog (Jake Williams) decided he wanted to make his own modular synthesiser components – so he did what any proper synth enthusiast would do: he stopped making music and went...

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Tiefschwarz are celebrating 10 years of their label Souvenir with a new compilation alongside some new remixes from the likes of GoldFFinch. Tiefschwarz don’t really need an introduction, but if you’re knowledge of dance music...

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For our money no one quite makes mechanical-sounding disco-electro like LA duo Oliver. Over the last couple of years almost every track – whether it’s been a remix or original – from the duo has...

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French upstart Color K has certainly got our attention with his swashbuckling remix of Yoste’s ‘Chihiro’. K’s remix is all about the melodies, which there are plenty, and the way they interact with original’s tender and lonesome...

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Jey Kurmis has been putting out gems on the likes of Hot Creations and Moon Harbour for a while now – and now the hotly-tipped Leeds-based producer turns his attention to Chris Child’s ‘Fortuna’. With...

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Elusive Italian duo Tiger & Woods have today announced that their second full-length album, dubbed ‘On The Green Again’, will be released this November. Set to be released on November 4, ‘On The Green’ will...

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Having taken the dance music world by surprise with his candid revelations about his health and struggles with Ketamin abuse, Erick Morillo is now going to let his music do the talking. The legendary Subliminal...

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Discoshaman is, well, we’re not entirely sure. From what we can deduce from the press release he/she is from Denmark, and has road-tested their remix of Cirkular’s ‘Girl’ at several festivals across Europe, where it...

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Just like no trip to the seaside would be complete without a visit to the seafront slot arcades…. This summer wouldn’t be complete without hearing Kattison’s sun-drenched summer cut ‘Up & Down’. The UK producer...

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