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Neela Releases Theatrical “La La La” Song and Video

In the "La La La" song and video, Neela sings "No stress, no fear, just bass and synthesizers," in a quiet, close-up moment near...

Ivan Dorn – New Music Video “Preach” and a New Album Review

OTD - the latest album release from Ukrainian celebrity Ivan Dorn is sheer  electro-funk joy from start to finish.   The Samsung-sponsored music video “Preach”...

BenAM Impresses With New EP Seraph

Up-and-coming EDM producer benAM recently released Seraph, a 2-track project which refines benAM’s style, creating atmospheric tracks sure to catch the ears of EDM...

Tom & Collins – Different Kind of High

Mexican electronic dance duo Tom & Collins released their much anticipated EP today titled Different Kind of High. This energetic and enlivening EP consists...

Flitz&Suppe joins Tusken. for collaborative downtempo hip-hop album, ‘Nomads Void’

Flitz&Suppe and Tusken.’s music is on an entirely different wavelength.It should come as no surprise then that the latter group is named after the fictional Sand people’s language of the Star Wars universe. The artists internalized that nomadic inspiration into an exploratory downtempo hip-hop work named Nomads Void. The result is a celestial hip-hop collection that is an instrumental amalgamation sure to blast those who listen to a distant interplanetary domain.Having joined forces on different projects in the past, Flitz&Suppe and tusken.’s Nomads Void is a soothing symbiosis of the two beatmakers’ M.O’s. Similar to the long-employed trip-hop styles of both the venerable Pretty Lights and Emancipator, Nomads Void is an enthralling odyssey, complete with compelling drumline cadence, and raw, vintage cuts that can’t help but imbue a lo-fi-aesthetic that begs to come in peace. Read More:Crash Land slings out celestial hip-hop gem, ‘Time Warp’Emancipator taps into his scopious musical roots on the exemplary &’Baralku’ Album ReviewLouisahhh unleashes fervent, punk rock bliss on new track ‘Trap,’ ahead of upcoming EP

Gorgon City end the year with another jaw-dropping EP, ‘Groove On The Vinyl’

Between launching their very own imprint REALM, announcing their expansive 22-date “Kingdom Tour,” and taking time to talk with DA on their ubiquitous sound, Gorgon City continues to develop masterpieces in the studio. Their latest creative endeavor comes as their fourth EP project, dubbed Grooves on The Vinyl, out now on REALM.Totaling four tracks in length, the EP taps into the Detroit tech-house underground to bring these musical tastes into commercial club spaces. Minimalistic builds, rugged bass lines, and steely beats continue to make up Gorgon City’s signature sound stamp. From the 80s electronica inspired synth patterns of “Trouble” to the euphoric releases of “Get Together,” Grooves on The Vinyl does well to remind listeners of Gorgon City’s passionate mission for future-forward house. Read More:Gorgon City talk new music, DJ sets, and club culture InterviewWATCH: Catch head counselor Claude VonStroke’s full set from Dirtybird Campout WestStream Duke Dumont and Gorgon City’s uplifting new collaboration, ‘Real Life’

Kuuro – Doji

Bass brethren Luke Shipstad and Jordan Post, otherwise known as Kuuro, have returned to Monstercat with their latest malevolent offering, “Doji.” The dubstep-leaning duo, first debuted on the eclectic Canadian label in 2016 with their melodic, yet forceful, “Aamon.” The two have ventured down a variety of nondescript bass-heavy genres, growing their fan base through official remixes for a wide-ranging catalog of prominent artists, including Zeds Dead, Dillon Francis, Galantis, and NGHTMRE.“Doji” demonstrates the duo’s deep-seated affinity for Asian culture, which is substantially audible in the track’s sound design and ambient instrumentation in the interludes. The drop then thrusts the listener into a darker, foreboding realm of vehement sub-bass.Read More:Zedd – Get Low ft Liam Payne (KUURO Remix)KUURO – SwarmMonstercat expands their reach with Infected Mushroom’s newest release Spitfire

Giraffage – Maybes ft Japanese Breakfast (RAC Remix)

Less than two months after its release, Giraffage has followed up his debut Too Real album with a set of remixes.The five-track set includes a blissfully mellow rework of “Maybes” from Grammy-winning artist RAC. He’s taken the minimalist track and given it a bit more of a dance backbone. Though it’s still true to its delicate roots, RAC is able to seamlessly morph “Maybes” into a smooth-flowing remix that accentuates Japanese Breakfast‘s vocals and pays homage to Giraffage’s well-crafted original.Other remixes of Too Real include “Green Tea” remixes from Carpainter and Onra, another “Maybes” remix from Masayoshi Iimori, and a “Slowly” remix from Hiko Momoji. The set of remixes is out Dec. 5. Read More:RAC – Unusual ft MNDR (Instupendo Remix)RAC revs up Life is Beautiful excitement with curated playlistJoe Goddard – Ordinary Madness (RAC Mix)