DROELOE – Sunburn

Hailing from the Netherlands, DROELOE’s latest track, “Sunburn” makes me feel like I never want summer to end. The intricate sound design of this track pairs perfectly with the catchy female vocalist’s sweet sounds. Check out this gem.

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Portugal. The Man – Feel It Still (ojivolta Remix)

Ojivolta returns with a new flip of Portugal. The Man. They’ve been one of my favorite bands for a long time now so I was insanely excited to hear what they came up with. The song is creative and pushes the envelope of bass music. Head over to SoundCloud to hear more.

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Jazz Morley – Safe Place

Is it weird that I spend more time stalking people on Spotify than I do on Facebook? Oh well, I found a downtempo gem out of it. Jazz Morley delivers major melodies on “Safe Place,” a chilled out track about wanting to feel close to someone you’re no longer close with. This riveting track is worth a listen.

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Goldwash – Episode

Goldwash never disappoints. With his self-proclaimed genre of “existential funk,” he brings major grooves on his latest track, “Episode.” I for one am going to be bumping this track the rest of the summer. Enjoy!

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Taska Black – Where We Go

Antwerp-based producer Taska Black produces dark, deep vibes on his newest track, “Where We Go.” Orchestral elements and a hard hitting bass create a unique blend of sounds. It’s the best of both worlds, a beauty and a banger.

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San Holo – The Future (Feat. James Vincent McMorrow)

The collaboration that I never knew I needed dropped earlier this week when James Vincent McMorrow teamed up with San Holo to create a tune titled “The Future.” The vocalist lends his sultry folk stylings to San Holo’s class future bass sound to create an epic electronic atmosphere with a subtle country vibe. This tune is perfect for summer so get outside and enjoy!

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Auram – Better (Feat. Phephi)

Auram’s newest track “Better” featuring Phephi brings the r&b vibes to the electronic music scene. Phephi’s sultry voice atop deeply textured baselines and shimmering synths create the perfect pair. Check out this dynamic track.

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INDIIA – Out of Love

With gestures at other fellow Sweedish artists like Neiked and Zara Larsson, “Out Of Love” by INDIIA is a sharp pop track that’s just what I needed to hear today. It’s groovy, expansive, and surprising. “Out Of Love” is INDIIA’s first track released on Soundcloud, so I’m definitely look forward for more from this duo.

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Droeloe – Jump (Feat. Nevve)

Future bass DJ DROELOE’s latest track “JUMP” (ft. Nevve) has something special about it that I just can’t exactly pin-point, but in a good way. Basically, it’s the essence of the song, the all encompassing vibe of it that really reels you in. The mature melding of layers of innovative sounds that build atop each other without becoming overpowering to the others is a craft that DROELOE has honed in and mastered. Check it out.

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Lorde – Green Light (Chromeo Remix)

After a three year hiatus, Lorde is officially back with a newer, more refined sound. Adding to that new sound is Chromeo who remixed Green Light, adding super-sized synths and a funky vibe to the pop track. The vet duo transformed the pop anthem into something more downtempo and smooth, and I’m vibing with it.

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Kaaris – Charge – (Alexander Lewis Trombone Flip)

Alexander Lewis is known best for his high energy productions and impressive brass instrumentation. This tune (a booming remix of Kaaris’ “Charge”) is no different. As Lewis’ trombone graces the song, the melody of “Charge” floods in and hits the listener hard. We’re big advocates of this artist so be sure to keep an eye on him this year!

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Tigers Are Bad For Horses – Helium

Thank you music gods and goddesses for gracing me with the beautiful track, “Helium” by Tigers Are Bad For Horses. It’s the only thing getting me through finals right now. The energetic tone of this track demands your attention; not to mention the bumpin bassline and the scintillating synths go together like peanut butter and jelly. Stream “Helium” and see for youself.

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