[New] MØ – GLASS

The powerfully beautiful sounds of Copenhagen-based electro-pop artist have come to life once more with her new single “Glass”. Coming off her release of “Pilgrim” back in October of last year, her new track is a much calmer rendition that accentuates her magnificent vocal range over a subtle rhythm of trap influenced drum patterns, calypso-like melodies and non-intrusive electronics.

MØ will be releasing ‘Pilgrim’ in February Neon Gold Stateside and Chess Club in Europe. ‘GLASS’ can be purchased now on Danish iTunes.

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[Fresh] Lapalux – Guuurl

With the announcement of a March Release for his debut album Nostalchic, the 25 year old DIY producer Stuart Howard, better known as, Lapalux exposes us to yet another masterpiece of effortless synergy.

“Guuurl” is a seductive and lucid piece with emotional undertones, wrapped in an atmosphere where elements of R&B and soul combine to form one.

This track is the first preview of his debut album Nostalchic, being released this March via Brainfeeder.

(from the Album Nostalchic out March 2013 on BRAINFEEDER)
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Ryan Hemsworth – An Overture Might Help Me Stop Thinking About You

Ryan Hemsworth, known primarily for his well executed and minimalist influenced hip/hop productions, is back an absolute gem to kickstart the new year. Just after his release of ‘BasedWolrd’ on January 2nd of 2013, to which he gave away for free, the Canadian producer experiments once more with an emotional filled instrumentational track titled ‘An Overture Might Help Me Stop Thinking About You’. While it lacks the grandeur of its predecessor ‘BasedWolrd’, he remains consistent at layering intricate sounds to form one smooth and coherent environment of harmony.

‘An Overture Might Help Me Stop Thinking About You’ comes from a recent Friends of Friends (FoF) Compilation, an eclectic 7-track compilation “exploring all aspects of the electronic soundscape with elements of wintry vibes”.

Ryan Hemsworth
An Overture Might Help Me Stop Thinking About You
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[Moombahton] Nadastrom and Gent & Jawns – Snake Juice

Although starting out as just slowed-down house music with a dembow riddim and mid-tempo, moombahton has quickly become a global phenomenon on the EDM circuit. Drawing influences from reggaeton, trance, trap, dubstep, and many more, this genre has transcended and created a new sound for music lovers to vibe to. In just three years, creators Dave Nada and Matt Nordstrom have worked with some great acts to make this movement happen. On their latest single “Snake Juice”, the duo pairs with VA DJ’s Gent and Jawns to create an infectious dance banger. Off their upcoming T&A records compilation Moombahton Forever, set to drop January 17th, this eclectic tune is filled with many sounds and rhythms that makes it work as both a chill tune or dance floor motivator.

Nadastrom and Gent & Jawns
Snake Juice (OUT JANUARY 17TH
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Lana Del Rey – Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix)

Remember when LDR had all that media backlash last year? Thankfully, we’ve all moved on from that and are simply enjoying the music. I mean, if it wasn’t for her, we wouldn’t have this awesome remix from US producer Cedric Gervais (who actually just played Denver’s Beta Nightclub on Saturday). It’s a pretty flawless track, so I’ll just let you get to it:

Lana Del Rey
Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix)

Be sure to visit Cedric Gervais’ Soundcloud for more music.

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[Remix] Azealia Banks – Fierce (Josh Peace Mustache Redux)

For the better half of the past year, rapper Azealia Banks remained relatively quiet when it came to dropping new material. Kicking off 2013, she not only is dropping diss tracks to fellow emcee Angel Haze, copping guest spots on Beyonce‘s upcoming new album, but she is gracing fans with a new remix to her Fantasea mixtape track “Fierce”. The dance worthy track gets a reworking from indie DJ Josh Peace and production from Drums of Death. Complete with a quicker tempo, synths, drums and bass, and extended lyrics from Franklin Fuentes.

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[Electronica] Sir Sly – Gold

Back in August, Los Angeles’ Sir Sly shared their stellar, absolutely catchy track “Ghost” with the world. But just as quickly as they surfaced, the trio disappeared. They went on to remain quiet for the next few months…that is, until now. Their latest song, “Gold,” is slightly darker and more aggressive than the last offering, but their knack for electronically-driven pop melodies is still alive and well, tight as ever. The bridge, in particular, is pretty riveting and full of attitude. Listen in below and here’s to hoping we hear more from these guys this year!

Sir Sly


Sir Sly
Where Im Going

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