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[Pop] Kronic – Look My Way (feat. MASN)

Hip hop DJ turned electronic artist, turned producer, turned songwriter, Kronic switches it up from his signature style with “Look My Way” featuring MASN. 

Co-written by Leon Thomas and Austin Mahone, “Look My Way” marks the end for a busy year for Kronic working on projects for Usher, Scott Storch, Lil Jon and Chris Brown, amongst others, and lending his music to tv & film. 

After spending the last few years writing quite dark “serious” records, it’s liberating to release something that’s bright, happy and feels like a party. It might be getting cold in California, but in my homeland Australia, Summer’s just starting!” Kronic shares. Stream his new single below, and keep out for new music from him in the new year.

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[Electro Pop] Spazz Cardigan – DOIDOIT

Spazz Cardigan

The indie pop maverick Spazz Cardigan is back at it with a new single. As one of Nashville’s standout talents, it’s always a pleasure to hear from this creative and you can be sure “DOIDOIT” does not disappoint.

In combination with producer Jeff Sojka, “DOIDOIT” came together as a fusion of pop and dance music, more specifically the future bass sound that has steadily been taking over the mainstream over the past couple years. Just as Spazz is a standout in his town, one that isn’t easy to stick out in, Spazz shines bright in a style that has been overcome by people trying to ride the wave. Spazz makes it his own just as usual and that’s why we’re loving this gem.

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[Trap] Billy Zigg – Bronco (feat. Jeff Kush)

Billy Zigg
Bronco (feat. Jeff Kush)

Ahhhh, we can never pass up a good hybrid bass track. This time around it’s from the New York producer Billy Zigg whose debut single “Bronco” features Jeff Kush who some might know from his own exploits, as well as bits with YOOKiE, Riot Ten and more.

Billy takes a diverse approach to this single, which features three different drops for various crowds of dance music lovers. A little trap, jersey and dubstep meet your ears as you progress through this boastful bass beast. “Bronco” is available as a free download, so for those of you file collectors, grab it! Otherwise, enjoy the stream.

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[Electronic] Donna Missal – Keep Lying (Sapphire Adizes Remix)

Donna Missal
Keep Lying (Sapphire Adizes Remix)

Sapphire Adizes returns with another big remix. For those unfamiliar, he is a saxophonist, producer, and singer-songwriter who draws on his background in classical and jazz to create symphonic electronic tracks rich with experimental textures, ethereal vocals, and powerful sax and piano performances. This time around he stepped it up a notch and flipped Donna Missal‘s record “Keep Lying,”

The up and coming musician proves himself to be someone to keep your eye on in the future with this detailed and powerful Donna Missal remix. Stay tuned for new music, this is only his second release to date so I assume he is sitting on a ton of more music!

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[Electro Pop] BLV – Sexplanations (feat. Jay Novus)

The Paris producer BLV has slid into the dojo thanks to his latest single. A collaboration with vocalist Jay Novous, “Sexplanations” caught our attention recently with its playful sound.

The track doesn’t aim to reinvent the wheel, instead taking bits and pieces from various genres and piecing them together for a super solid jam whose catchy sound isn’t easily escapable once it’s entered your ears. It’s a fun, sensual little jam that you can play out to get your mood right.

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[Hip-Hop] JDP – Get U Some

Get U Some

Member of the production group Swim Team, JDP presents the anthem to your Friday night, his latest single ‘Get U Some,’ off his forthcoming album ‘Where Were You When,’ so go ahead and get you some.

Referencing the late great Gil Scott Heron’s “the revolution will not be televised,” JDP is out to start a revolution, and it starts by getting you moving.

He shares: “Gil Scott-Heron’s “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” is so impactful that even if people don’t know the man, they know the phrase. In the hook I’m saying “the revolution is on the floor, not televised, and when your bodies in my hand, it never lies.” Because sometimes people only give themselves permission to let go and find some freedom on the dancefloor.”

Stream JDP “Get U Some” below, and keep your ears out for the album.

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[Pop] Lila Drew – November


Coming off her debut release ‘Faded/2AM’ featuring Goldlink, singer/songwriter Lila Drew is back with an ode to the the 11th month of the year, ‘November;’ watching the seasons change, getting caught up in feelings, shorter days, longer nights, the holidays are approaching, is anyone else caught up in their feelings and their thoughts? It’s all coming to an end for a new beginning, though this song we don’t want it to end, so we play it on repeat.

November was a mystery I’m trying to forget…’ Stream it below, and keep your ears out for an EP from Lila early next year!

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