Abstraxion: “Spazieren” Video

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September 18th, 2016
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London-based French producer Harold Boué, better known as Abstraxion, is gearing up for the release of his sophomore album “She Thought She Would Last Forever”, the follow-up to 2013’s debut LP “Break of Lights” on HAKT Recordings. Set to drop on October 10th via his own Biologic imprint, the record contrasts themes of melancholia and explores the tension between expectation and reality. He has now shared a video for the first single “Spazieren”, a 10-minute leisurely passage through dystopia that has been crafted with finesse. The video was directed by Markus Hofko of The Bow.

Abstraxion’s “Spazieren” EP, backed with remixes from Ripperton, Mattheis, Conforce and INIT, is out now on Biologic Records. Buy it here.

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Abstraxion: “Resonance”

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Soul Clap: “Numb” (feat. Ebony Houston)

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September 17th, 2016
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Next month, Boston’s Soul Clap will drop their long-awaited second self-titled album, which follows much-loved 2012’s “EFUNK”. The 11-track new record includes a number of wide-ranging collaborators. We’ve already heard the piano-driven house tune “Shine (This Is It)”, featuring Nona Hendryx, and now they’re sharing another new one called “Numb”. Originally written at George Clinton’s What? Studios in Tallahassee, Florida, “Numb” rides the line between underground pop and modern R&B. The funky tune finds the duo of Eli Goldstein and Charles Levine teaming up with young vocalist and Tallahassee native Ebony Houston. Give it a spin above.

The “Soul Clap” album drops on October 14th on on !K7 Records/Crew Love.
Pre-order it here.

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Soul Clap: “Shine(This Is It)” [Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca Instrumental

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Seekae: “Turbine Blue”

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September 17th, 2016
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It’s been over two years since Australian electronic trio Seekae released their third album “The Worry” on Future Classic. Now, they’re back with their new track “Turbine Blue”, a melancholic mid-tempo track the finds Seekae in fine form, delivering something rather special. A confessionary love song, “Turbine Blue” was composed and recorded in Berlin’s ‘Funkhaus Studio’ in the early stages of winter. The vocal was delivered after eating a pizza microwaved at a petrol station and carried back to the studio through the rain.

The single “Turbine Blue” is out now on Future Classic. Buy it here.

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Seekae: “The Worry” [Henrik Schwarz Remix]

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JMII: “Bailar” Video

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September 16th, 2016
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Barcelona producer and former Aster member Jami Bassols, aka JMII, has shared this hypnotic, euphoric yet minimalistic stop-motion video for his track “Bailar”. Directed by Barcelona studio Dedo Ciego, founded by Joaquín Urbina and Ana Gale, the video translates the track’s austere sound into a vibrant stop-frame animated dialogue. Synths become lines, handclaps meet paper, voice sings geometry…Watch it above.

The track “Bailar” appears on JMII’s excellent solo debut EP “Thrills”, out now on John Talabot’s Hivern Discs imprint. Buy it here.

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JMII: “Thrills” [John Talabot’s Early Edit]

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Joakim: “Daemon”

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September 15th, 2016
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French producer/DJ and Tigersushi head honcho Joakim is set to make his debut release next month on DJ Tennis’ Life And Death imprint with a new EP called “Daemon”. The two-track effort is said to be “a miniature nocturne for dancefloor meditation”. Here’s the EPs title track for your listening pleasure, an eight-minute ride “full of modular synth tweaking and a nod to the ’90s Detroit techno epic/melancholic vibes.” Blast it above.

The “Daemon” EP drops on October 7th on Life And Death. Pre-order your 12” here.

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Joakim: “Boipeba”

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Davis: “Blind” (feat. Cameo Culture)

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September 15th, 2016
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Brazilian producer and DJ Davis has teamed up with Brooklyn producer and frequent Slow Hands collaborator Dave Robertson, aka Cameo Culture, for their first track together, a perfectly crafted house tune called “Blind”. You may already be familiar with this one if you heard Âme and Dixon’s Essential Mix back in April. The track “Blind” will appear on Innervisions’ new compilation “Secret Weapons Part 8”. A secret weapon indeed.

The 13-track “Secret Weapons Part 8” compilation will drop on September 23.
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Cameo Culture: “Precious” [Wolf + Lamb 7am Mix]

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Justice: “Randy”

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September 14th, 2016
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After dropping their funky track “Safe And Sound” back in July, French electronic duo Justice are back in action with their brilliant new track “Randy”, featuring Morgan Phalen, the first official single from their forthcoming third album “Woman”. The new album, the follow-up to 2011’s “Audio, Video, Disco” arrives on November 18th on Ed Banger Records.

The single “Randy” is out now. Buy it here.

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Justice: “Safe And Sound”

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Red Axes: “Sun My Sweet Sun” Video

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September 14th, 2016
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Tel-Aviv’s Red Axes great tune “Sun My Sweet Sun” has been on repeat on our car stereo all summer, and now it has a hilarious new video to go along with it. Directed by Greg Barth, it features the surreal characters from London-based 3D animator and illustrator Jack Sachs. When the accounting dept. from Red Energy decide to celebrate a work anniversary with virtual reality headsets and endless supplies of psychedelic drinks, the party takes an unexpected turn for the worst. It’s a VR nightmare!

The “Sun My Sweet Sun” EP is out now on Permanent Vacation. Buy it here.

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Wild Nothing: “Reichpop” [Red Axes Remix]

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NDF: “Another Year”

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September 14th, 2016
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Finally. A new record from NDF, the collaboration project between Berlin techno producer Bruno Pronsato, aka Steven Ford, and Benjamin Myers, one half of Benoit & Sergio. Six years after their only release so far, the William Trevor-inspired opus “Since We Last Met” for DFA, NDF are back with a new EP called “Cruel Is The Color”. The record features three new original tracks with Pronsato on percussion and synths, and Myers on vocals, synths, and acoustic guitar. It’s “a more acoustic treatment with elements of dance music still present”. Our first taste comes in the form of “Another Year”, and it’s a great one.

The “Cruel Is The Color” EP, which comes complete with two reworks by Matthew Herbert and Foom label head Ben Freeney, will arrive on October 21 on Foom. Pre-order it here.

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Benoit & Sergio: “Dancing Shoes”

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Hayden James: “Just A Lover” Video

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September 14th, 2016
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Sydney-based producer Hayden James returns with a new video to accompany his infectious jam “Just A Lover”. The beautifully shot video was directed by Leigh Newman of Splintr, and shows an encounter between two lovers in a dingy American motel. The single “Just A Lover”, backed with remixes by the likes of Pomo, Frits Wentink, and Karma Kid, is out now on Future Classic. Buy it here.

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SAFIA: “Embracing Me” [Hayden James Remix]

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