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Now Viewing: July 2013

  • Cyril Hahn revealed the seductive R&B A-side to his upcoming EP on PMR Records about a month ago, and this week he’s given us the flip side to the September release.… Read more.

  • Following the release of the excellent OWSLA-backed Identity Theft EP, (featuring “Ride the Prejudice“; recently championed in Skrillex’s Essential Mix), London producer Phonat shares a new remix of DC artist Andrew Bayer‘s “Need Your Love”.… Read more.

  • Bart B More‘s maiden release on OWSLA is out today, featuring two new originals from the Dutch producer that were inspired by his furry friend, Napoleon, who also happens to grace the EP cover. … Read more.

  • We’re now less than a week out from HARD Summer here in Los Angeles, which means we’re that much closer to a jacking set from BrEaCh on the dirtybird Players stage this Sunday.… Read more.

  • The work of mystery producer DJ HODDBOI has been surfacing online through various soundcloud reposts and notable radio outlets like London’s RINSE FM. His latest track is a fun summery throwback blending pitched-up edits of Janet Jackson’s “I Get Lonely” and Cisqo’s “Thong Song” over fast paced, body-moving jersey sounds, complete with midi basslines, Bmore breaks, bed squeaks and “d-d-dick” samples.… Read more.

  • On Friday, Kaskade‘s “Atmosphere” got another remix treatment, calling upon Chocolate Puma and Kentucky-born songwriter, Amtrac, to add to GTA’s early July release. Amtrac’s take on “Atmosphere” is brilliant, transforming it into a rolling club track with a deep bassline and grooving vocal loops.… Read more.

  • 26-year-old Santa Barbara based artist Jeff Montalvo, better known as Seven Lions, began producing electronically as a way to satiate his ceaseless drive to create music. … Read more.

  • North London producers Matt (RackNRuin) and Kye (Foamo) both grew up listening to the sounds of jungle, house, grime, hip-hop and garage music. In 2012, they joined to form Gorgon City — a name influenced by their love of greek mythology and dancehall legend Don “Ninjaman” Gorgon — and since have been exploring innovative approaches to deep, sexy club music.… Read more.