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Astrolemo – “Dreams in Reverse”

Astrolemo impressed last year with the Haunting Me EP and the track “Just Another Lie,” an atmospheric effort with spacey synth arps, bustling trip-hop rhythms and hypnotic vocal effects. The project, which formed i...
 
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Koresma x Marley Carroll – “Eucalyptus”

Koresma is the electronic project of Ryan Lindberg, a producer from the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. His latest track, “Eucalyptus” emphasizes the artist’s impressive grasp for developing electro-ac...

 
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Tomii – “Lenitive”

The lushly entrancing “Lenitive” rides on an effervescent backing synths, a twinkling lead, and the gradual addition of serene strings. Aesthetically, I’m reminded of a cross between Sigur Rós’ more unde...
 
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mone – “Romance”

“Romance” is the debut single from mone, the electronic pop project of Danish sound-design student Nina Liv. She releases her music through urall.me-collective, a “a music and art platform created for diverse ...

 
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Premiere: Current Eternal – “Was Anything Ever Done?”

We’re happy to premiere the latest track from Current Eternal, the project of London-based composer/instrumentalist/singer Nikky French, who impressed last year with the track “Save the Day.” “Was Anythi...
 
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Ohmfield – “Habitual Cold”

“Habitual Cold” is another success from Ohmfield, the London-based producer who has impressed in the past with tracks like “Rest” and “Worm Can.” Touting a wintry soundscape, gradually accomp...

 
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Fevrmoon – “The Work”

“The Work” begins with murky engrossment, as lingering strings permeate alongside minimalist percussion and sporadic vocals. Exuberant brass emerges from the darkness, for just a moment, shortly after the one-minute...
 
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Fried Dough – “Bones”

Released on Friday, “Bones” is a track from rising Toronto act Fried Dough, featuring warping filtered guitars and glitch rhythms with captivating elements of R&B and dubstep. The former is present in the noctu...

 
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Triangle Head – “Roll It Up”

Triangle Head is a Melbourne-based producer whose new track “Roll It Up” impresses with deft sample usage. It’s cold here in the USA, but in Australia it’s still summer — and certainly this is a tr...
 
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BatWhaleDragon – “The Sweet Smell Of Bridges Burnt”

On new track “The Sweet Smell Of Bridges Burnt,” BatWhaleDragon produce lush electronic bliss. Off their new album Zoa Constrictor, released today, the track’s atmospheric aesthetic reminds me fondly of the la...