Jinsang – Journey

This track does exactly what it says it’s going to do: it takes you on a J O U R N E Y. Nostalgic symphonic sounds add comfort and ease to this track. Let jinsang’s track, “Journey” wash away your worries and destress your mind. Enjoy.

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Skinnydip – Upstream (Feat. Brandon Thomas and Luca)

Deep house is the word(s) on “Upstream”, the dreamy new late night track from Skinnydip. Featuring a set of bars from OG Maco and Lil Yachty collaborator Brandon Thomas and additional production from Tei Shi producer Luca, “Upstream” is an accomplished bit of vibe-y dance music that we’re very much into. Skinnydip are the NYC-based twosome of Jon Hill and Sandro Buccellatti.

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Harvey Sutherland and Bermuda – Coast 2 Coast

Streaming below is “Coast 2 Coast” an excerpt from Melbourne AU artist Mike Katz a/k/a Harvey Sutherland’s new “Expectations” EP. The six-track EP will be released a week from today (3/24) on Sutherland’s own label Clarity Recordings. “Coast 2 Coast” is a rhodes-driven bit of beachside funk topped off with just enough mellowness in its syncopations to set the right vibe at nearly any hour of the day.

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Project Pablo – Morning Shift

The jazz tones-laced “Morning Shift” is excerpted below from Montreal producer Project Pablo’s upcoming “Scented Trip” EP for Spring Theory

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Cody Currie – Dynamite (Disco Mix)

UK producer Cody Currie will release his forthcoming “Beer Machine” EP through Better Listen Records. A component part of the EP is the ace as hell jazz-tinged groove of “Dynamite” which is available for your streaming perusal below.

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StéLouse – Shivers N Gold (Feat. Mascolo)

StéLouse links up with talented 19-year old newcomer Mascolo (check that vocal tone, oooh wee) for soulful new number “Shivers N Gold”. Particularly special on “Shivers N Gold” is the stickiness/magnetism of the track’s pocket and how well it frames Mascolo’s super strong vocal. A+ track.

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Dream Beach – The Kiss of a Century (Feat. Cub)

Dream Beach’s latest track “The Kiss of a Century” (Feat. Cub) takes you on an emotional journey. Unlike the producer’s previous work, Dream Beach approached this track with more of a stripped down feel by creating a track that’s beautiful through it’s simplicities. “The Kiss of a Century” is giving me all the feels. Listen and see for yourself.

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Michael Kiwanuka – Cold Little Heart (Tom Misch Remix)

Right on. Of we course, we love this! The latest remix entry from one Tom Misch is a re-imagining of Michael Kiwanuka’s 10-minute opus “Cold Little Heart” complete with a pitched-up main vocal, jazzy guitars, and a cooled-out vaugely house-y rhythm track. Michael Kiwanuka’s Love & Hate LP is available now.

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Sweely – All the Reasons

Out now on Distant Hawaii is the “All the Reasons” EP from French producer Sweely. A sharp mix of after hours synth tones juxtaposed to beefed up club-y drums “All the Reasons” (featured here) is the EP’s title track.

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Mookhi – Foul Play (Feat. Billy Fox)

New track “Foul Play” teams up Australian producer Mookhi with vocalist Billy Fox. For “Foul Play”, Mookhi selects for a quieting whiz of cool electronics steadied by a hushed rhythm track groove; vocalist Billy Fox’s main melody lines are similarly chilled and fluid. “Foul Play” is sampled from Mookhi’s forthcoming “Lost & Found” EP, due on February 24th.

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Daebeull – DO IT

Wait…. wait… be easy…. yes, there it is. “DO IT” (all caps), new from French musician/magician Dabeull, manages a sun-drenched talkbox/vocoder-y main vocal around a primary guitar figure that reminds a bit (may even be a sample of) CRU’s classic 90’s jam “Just Another Case”. The resulting product of that above equation is a listen that is as cool as it is smooth.

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