Roosevelt: “Fever”

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July 12th, 2016
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After dropping the double video for his disco-infused pop jams “Colours / Moving On” back in April, Cologne-based singer/producer Marius Lauber, aka Roosevelt, is back with yet another superb track off his upcoming self-titled debut album. Feast your ears on his groovy new track “Fever” that oozes summery vibes. It’s just perfect for a windows-down car ride.

Roosevelt’s self-titled debut LP drops on August 19th via Greco-Roman/City Slang.
Pre-order it here.

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Roosevelt: “Colours” [Prins Thomas Diskomiks]

Metronomy: “Night Owl” Video

DATE:
July 12th, 2016
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Fresh off the release of their fifth album “Summer 08”, Metronomy have shared the accompanying video to “Night Owl”, one of the record’s standout cuts. Filmed in the Palm Desert in Palm Springs, the surreal video was directed by French electronic musician and film director Quentin Dupieux, better known by his stage name Mr. Oizo. It follows the band’s mastermind Joseph Mount and his girlfriend, played by cult film director Zoe Cassavetes, on a bizarre road trip.

The album “Summer 08” is out now on Because Music. Get it here.

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Metronomy: “Back Together”

Polographia: “Sly” (feat. Winston Surfshirt)

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July 11th, 2016
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Sydney’s Polographia, the duo of Daniel Finn and Moktar Youngblood, have returned with their brand-new single “Sly”, featuring the smooth vocals from Winston Surfshirt. Filled with synths, guitars and percussion, the nostalgic-tinged “Sly” is a finely crafted, organic slice of electronic music. The track marks the pair’s first release of original material since last year’s “Natural” EP. Give “Sly” a spin above, and keep an eye for Polographia’s upcoming EP.

The single “Sly” is out now digitally on Sweat It Out!. Get it here.

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Polographia: “Rhythm” (feat. Jordan Padilla)

Sunday #266

DATE:
July 10th, 2016
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Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Germany’s Session Victim, the duo of sample wizards Hauke Freer and Matthias Reiling, delivers a great rework of Khruangbin’s “The Man Who Took My Sunglasses”, a track taken from the trio’s superb debut album “The Universe Smiles Upon You” of psych-inflected, Thai-funk grooves. Enjoy the ride.

The “Khruangbin-Remixes” 12” is out now on Futureboogie’s sub-label Boogiefuturo.
Get it here.

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“20 Tracks For 200 Sundays” – A Mixtape by La.Ga.Sta.

Hidden Spheres: “Too Soon”

DATE:
July 10th, 2016
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Having already wowed us with his excellent “Waiting” EP, released last summer on Lobster Theremin’s sub-label Distant Hawaii, Detroit-via-Manchester producer Hidden Spheres is back with a new EP called “Well Well” for Bradley Zero’s Rhythm Section International Imprint. Spanning over five tracks, the record finds Hidden Spheres in fine form, delivering a house-­tinged, jazzy affair, rich in soulful vocals, summery chords and live percussion. Take a slow ride with “Too Soon”, a finely crafted tune of chilled-out vibes.

The “Well Well” arrives on July 16th. Pre-order it here

Gasback:
Hidden Spheres: “Waiting”

Pat Lok: “My Own Throne” (feat. Claire Mortifee)

DATE:
July 10th, 2016
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Canadian producer Pat Lok continues his prolific streak of infectious house jams with his addictive new single “My Own Throne”, featuring soulful vocals from fellow Vancouver singer-songwriter Claire Mortifee. Delightfully playful and groovy, “My Own Throne” will appear on Pat Lok’s upcoming three-track EP of the same name, which marks his debut release for Kitsuné. The record also features the original track “Let Me Show You In”, and a remix of the title track by Brisbane producer Young Franco.

The “My Own Throne” EP drops on July 22 via Kitsuné. Pre-order it here

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Pat Lok: “Your Lips” (feat. Dirty Radio)

Jean Tonique: “Lit Up” (feat. Dirty Radio)

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July 10th, 2016
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Parisian producer and multi-instrumentalist Jean Tonique returns to Yuksek’s label Partyfine just in time for your summer car rides. His latest effort, a two-tracker called “Lit Up”, is filled with funky house grooves in the same vein we’ve come to expect from the talented producer. The EPs title track finds Jean Tonique teaming up once again with Vancouver indie-electro trio Dirty Radio for an uplifting jam with groovy basslines, funk-filled guitar riffs, and soulful vocals. Blast it above.

The “Lit Up” EP is out now on Partyfine. Buy it here.

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Jean Tonique: “What You Wanna Do” (feat. Dirty Radio)

Madeira: “Manipulator”

DATE:
July 10th, 2016
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New Zealand’s Kim Pflaum, formerly of dream-pop outfit Yumi Zouma, is getting ready to drop her debut solo EP “Bad Humors” under her Madeira alias. The “Bad Humors” EP is a collection of five tracks that melds dreamy soundscapes, irresistible melodies and lucid production. In her own words: “I created these songs to make sense of the painful experiences they deal with. By completing and releasing the songs, I feel I am somewhat ridding myself of what has been ailing me, letting go.” Today, we’re treated to the slick grooves of the record’s superb new single “Manipulator”.

The “Bad Humors” EP will arrive on September 23 via Carpark Records. Pre-order it here.

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Madeira: “Let Me Down”

Tahiti Boy & The Palmtree Family: “Goodbye”

DATE:
July 8th, 2016
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It’s a sad day for Tahiti Boy & The Palmtree Family fans as the Parisian indie-pop band fronted by David Sztanke have decided to call it quits. As a farewell gift, they have shared a free EP of five previously unreleased acoustic versions. Goodbye Tahiti Boy.

Download the “Goodbye” EP for free here.

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Tahiti Boy & The Palmtree Family: “All That You Are”

Midnight To Monaco: “One In A Million” Video

DATE:
July 8th, 2016
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Midnight To Monaco, the duo of Canadian singer Ricky Ducati and LA songwriter/producer Donnie Sloan, who has also worked with Empire Of The Sun, have shared their first ever music video for their fantastic single “One In A Million”. The cinematic video follows the story of Midnight To Monaco’s Ricky Ducati as a failed acting icon facing the stark reality of Tinsletown. The track “One In A Million” will appear on the pair’s forthcoming debut EP on Island Records/Future Classic.

Directed by Nicolas Randall and Marc-Edouard Leon.

Gasback:
Midnight To Monaco: “Suicide”