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Heems ft. Dev Hynes ‘Home’

‘Dreamy’ isn’t a usual association one puts with hip hop music, but then again.


Laura Groves ‘Committed Language’

There is something utterly enchanting about Laura Grove’s new song ‘Committed Language’.


Kilo Kish ‘Curious’ (Le Flex Remix)

Kitsune have launched a contest to find the best remix of Kilo Kish’s Curious, and the results are in, and the winner is truly worth your listen.


Thief ‘Crazy’ + National Tour

Thief had a stellar 2014, with the multi-instrumentalist swapping his guitars for synths in a move that’s garnering him legions of fans.


Chromatics ‘Just Like You’

Just last week Johnny Jewel debuted new Chromatics material through the release of two new songs to be featured on the upcoming Ryan Gosling film, Lost River.


Pikachunes ‘Writer’s Block’

There’s something about New Zealand waters that make its inhabitants predisposed to creating infectious, carefree pop.


Kindness ‘Some Things Never Seem To Fucking Work’ (Solange Cover)

Kindness and Solange go together like pees in a pod – both aficionados for old school, delicate R’n’b, the pair are currently working together on Solange’s upcoming EP.


Kasper Bjørke ‘Apart’ ft. Sísý Ey (Official Video)

Danish superwiz Kasper Bjorke has debuted the video clip for his latest track ‘Apart’ – a synth heavy anthem that’s accompanying clip is equally as engaging and provocative as the original song.


THEESatisfaction ‘EarthEE’ ft. Shabazz Palaces, Porter Ray and Erik Blood

Like pals Shabazz Palaces, THEESatisfaction bring something very different to the arena of r’n’b and hip hop.

Tour Essentials

TOUR ESSENTIALS: Sampology for Smirnoff Sound Collective

As Electronic music gets bigger and bigger, it can be hard to remember what’s really important – the music.


Prayer ‘Pluvia’

Not much is known about London producer Prayer – his real name is a mystery, and his Facebook profile picture is nothing but a blurry, grainy black and white shot that obscures his face.


Murlo ‘Deep Breath’ ft. Gemma Dunleavy

The genre of grime first developed  in the early noughties with the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Wiley and Lethal Bizzle combining drum and bass, dancehall and hip hop.