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  • Atish ‘Twiddles’
  • At the end of last month, Atish released his debut solo EP on Manjumasi Records, the label he co-founded alongside Mark Slee. Peculiar Colors will be the label’s fifth release, following efforts from Mark Slee, Brian Cid, R. Fentz, and Bengal. Alongside the two originals will be remixes from Lee Jones and Dance Spirit. Like […]
  • Horos ‘Kthon’
  • Catch Recordings head on to release number 11 with a new four track EP from Horos, titled Labyrinth. The label describes the release as “a knowing mix of house, techno, and bass-heavy styles that is fresh and exciting.” Ahead of the release, “Kthon” is available to download below, a deep and sludgy cut with scurrying […]
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  • [Electronic] Douchka – Call You Mine feat. Lia
    3:13, via The Music Ninja
  • France’s own Douchka dropped an emotional single on March 31st called “Call You Mine” with Canadian singer Lia. Released … Continue reading »
  • Snow Culture – The Box
    3:13, via Audio Drums
  • Snow Culture – The Box
    3:13, via Audio Drums
  • Take a trip with Snow Culture’s “The Box” that has highs and lows and reminds me in parts of Crystal Castles and parts Miike Snow. Another notable track is “No Sleep”
  • Inness Hallam – Topsy-Turvy (feat. Skinner)
    3:13, via Audio Drums
  • Warm vocals and deep house groove on this latest release from Innes Hallam.  Wait for the beat to drop and you’re off an running on this one.
  • Marnie – Lost Maps
    3:13, via Audio Drums
  • Marnie – Lost Maps
    3:13, via Audio Drums
  • Helen Marnie of Ladytron fame has just release another track from her upcoming solo effort titled, Strange Words.  This track has a bit of dystopian  future sound mixed with a bit a sonic hope. Strange Words is due out in June. Be sure to also check out her other worthy track, Alphabet Block:
  • Robotaki – Drunk (Ft. Reece)
    3:13, via Audio Drums
  • Featuring a mix of fractures piano lines, a deep bass, and the expressive vocals of Reece. As the track progresses it starts varying into Jai Paul type of sound, which I love. For fans of: Jai Paul
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