Surahn: “Into The Distance (Wealth Remix)”

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April 28th, 2016
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We’ve already heard Surahn’s second single “Into The Distance” off his upcoming debut solo album, accompanied by a beautifully shot video. Now, the ever-prolific Australian singer/songwriter/producer and long-time touring member of Empire Of The Sun has something special to share with all of you, a superb disco-infused remix of the track by Wealth, a joint project between himself and longtime friend and musical collaborator Omar Varts. Grab it for free below, and take a ride into the sunset. The “Into The Distance” remix is out now via Surahn’s own imprint, Utopian State. Buy it here.

Download it for free here.

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Surahn: “Wanted To Fly”

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Le Pamplemousse: “Gimmie What You Got (Poolside Edit)”

DATE:
April 26th, 2016
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Earlier this month, LA’s Poolside dropped their great “Contact High” mixtape, one of the best tapes we’ve heard in a while featuring tons of unreleased edits and new tunes. Now, the duo of Filip Nikolic and Jeffrey Paradise have offered up one of their edits from the mixtape, a sublime “daytime disco” rework of Le Pamplemousse’ 1976 classic track “Gimmie What You Got”, as a free download. Need to say more? Do yourself a favor and grab it for free below. Ride with us.

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Poolside: “Contact High” Mixtape

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Knightlife: “Storage”

DATE:
April 6th, 2016
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We’ve been following Knightlife for a long time, and it’s safe to say that the Australian-born, now UK-based producer and Cutters Records’ very own Mike Gamwell has never failed to impress us with his killer tunes and top-notch remixes. Now, Knightlife has dug deep into his vaults to unearth some unreleased gems, including the synth-laced track “The Ghost”, perfect for a late-night drive, the moody “Angelude”, and the deliciously funky, vocoder-led tune “Too Serious”, which features Cut Copy’s bassist Ben Browning. You can listen/download these three tunes from his personal archives, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

In his own words: “These tracks are from a time when I was writing lots of melancholy pop tunes. They were part of a bigger project that never fully eventuated and have since been sitting in the vault (my hard drive) waiting to be released into the wild. They never really found a place, but they deserve a bit of love. And everybody loves free stuff.”

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Knightlife: “Solstice”

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Nils Frahm: “Solo Remains” EP

DATE:
March 28th, 2016
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To celebrate the second annual Piano Day, German pianist and composer Nils Frahm is giving away a new EP called “Solo Remains” as a free download. The “Solo Remains” features four previously unreleased tracks from last year’s album “Solo”, which was recorded on the M370, the world’s largest piano, built by the visionary piano maker David Klavins in 1987. Happy Piano Day everyone!

Download the “Solo Remains” EP for free here.

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Nils Frahm: “Solo”

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Sasha Jan Rezzie: “Thinking Too Loud?”

DATE:
March 24th, 2016
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New York’s Sasha Jan Rezzie, the trio of Sasha Desree, Jan Woo, and Rezzie Avissar, land on Vancouver’s finest 1080p label with their debut 12” “All My Dreams” of five ultra-emotive and melody-saturated heavy hitters. Our favorite cut from the record is the piano-laced “Thinking Too Loud?”, a smooth and hazy slice of dreamy house. It’s yours for free.

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The five-track “All My Dreams” EP is out now digitally via 1080p. Buy it here.

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Mall Grab: “Father”

DATE:
March 24th, 2016
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Australian DJ and producer Jordon Alexander, better known as Mall Grab, delivers the goods once again, a floor-friendly bootleg version of Kanye West’s Pastor T.L Barrett-sampling track “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1”. Grab the “Father” edit for free below.

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Mall Grab: “Can’t”

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Peaking Lights: “Conga Blue”

DATE:
March 23rd, 2016
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Peaking Lights, the Los Angeles-based psychedelic synth-pop of Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis, make a welcome return with their brand-new single “Conga Blue”, a seven-minute disco-infused groover full of sun-drenched vibes. It feels so damn good. This will be released on 12″ vinyl this summer via their own label Two Flowers. Grab it for free below.

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Korallreven: “Here In Iowa” [Peaking Lights’ Disco Dub]

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De Lux: “Oh Man The Future (Daniel.T. Remix)”

DATE:
March 23rd, 2016
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Los Angeles-based producer/DJ Daniel.T. continues his string of top-notch remixes by delivering this great rework of De Lux’s latest single “Oh Man The Future”, one of our favorite tracks from their recent sophomore album “Generation”, out now on Innovative Leisure. Grab it for free below, and blast it on your car stereo.

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Daniel.T.: “Boy” (Book Of Love Cover)

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Baby Alpaca: “Will I Ever See You Again?”

DATE:
March 20th, 2016
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Brooklyn-based singer/producer Chris Kittrell, aka Baby Alpaca, is getting ready to drop his debut album “Under Water”, which was produced by Poolside’s Filip Nikolic, aka Turbotito, in May. We’ve already heard the record’s sparkling lead single “Teenage Graceland, and now he’s shared another new one called “Will I Ever See You Again?”, a dreamy, atmospheric and emotive tune with Kittrell’s soothing vocals. You can grab a free download of “Will I Ever See You Again?” below. Baby Alpaca’s debut “Under Water” LP arrives on May 6th via JD Samson’s label Atlas Chair.

Download it for free here for a limited time.

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Baby Alpaca: “Teenage Graceland”

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Gigamesh: “Control” (feat. Caroline Smith)

DATE:
March 19th, 2016
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Minneapolis-based producer/DJ Gigamesh returns in fine form with this groovy, sun-drenched reinterpretation of Janet Jackson’s “Control”, the title song from her 1986 album. It also marks his first collaboration with fellow Minneapolis singer Caroline Smith. “Being Minnesota natives, that album has some personal significance to Caroline and I. It was entirely recorded in Minneapolis at Flyte Tyme studios, one of the hit-factories behind “The Minneapolis Sound”,” says Gigamesh. Grab “Control” for free below, and ride with us.

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Gigamesh: “The Music”

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