jakub | July 4, 2023

July 2nd Weekly Roundup Feature

We’ve restructured how we’re doing our roundup feature- so you’ll see less this time around! Here’s why: TFV was founded to report on festivals and to create new and unique articles about our festival experience. While we love sharing the latest music, it’s not our focus. And at this time, the roundup has grown so much that we’ve lost focus on what is at our core ethos- festivals! So this one will be short and sweet for you so we can get back to the best festival news! July 2nd

Arnold & Lane – Buck EP

LA-based duo Arnold & Lane release their new Buck EP, out now via Dirtybird Records

Serving as their fifth release on Dirtybird, the bombastic house duo have brought a burst of energy with their new Buck EP. The titular track ‘Buck’ is an exuberant blend of funky basslines, crunchy percussion, and Lane’s commanding vocals. Arnold & Lane’s party-starting spirit flows through the companion track, ‘Werkem’, a hypnotic mix of percolating synths and snappy snares. The EP also arrives with a dub mix that sees the duo continue to explore the depths of their wavy melodies with a near 6-minute cut of ‘Buck’.  

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EXIT Festivals All Female Lineup

Exit Festivals Dance Arena have announced their all-female lineup, with the likes of Nina Kraviz, Amelie Lens, Indira Paganotto, Vylana, Tijana T, Miju, and Lanna on July 6th. The famous trench in the medieval Petrovaradin Fortress, dubbed by many as the best dance floor in the world, will also welcome some of the local talent to coincide with the biggest names across the weekend

Hello Yes – Hello Yes (The Remixes)

Renowned electronic duo Hello Yes, admired for their groundbreaking work in merging genres and styles, is thrilled to announce the release of their ambitious remix album, Hello Yes (The Remixes), on June 30th via Gravitas Recordings. Hello Yes’s distinct sound, combining elements from funky house, dreamy soundscapes, to psychedelic bass, has enamored audiences and critics alike. Their unique sonic fusion has garnered high-profile attention, including collaboration requests from notable artists across different genres.

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Josh Redz – Love Got You

On June 30th, rising house act Josh Fedz (Denver, Colorado) is set to release his latest tech house track, “Love Got You,” on Goodside Records. Known for his exhilarating, dancefloor-ready tunes, Fedz continues to build his profile as a stand-out producer in the dynamic house and techno scene.

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Maddy O’Neal – Free Yourself

Electro-soul maven Maddy O’Neal is continuing her reign as one of the most exciting artists in electronic music. Over the past seven years, she’s played hundreds of shows and taken the stage at some of the world’s biggest music festivals such as CoachellaLollapalooza, and Lightning In A Bottle, where she’s mesmerized audiences with her hybrid DJ/drum pad live performance style. She’s also toured and collaborated with artists such as Pretty LightsCloZeeBig Gigantic, and The Floozies, cultivating a fervent fanbase endeared by her versatile fusion of glistening, melodic electro-soul with funky grooves and pulsating, synth-heavy basslines.

Now, Maddy O’Neal unveils “Free Yourself,” the EP’s lead single and a collaboration with producer/multi-instrumentalist Sofasound  the South Florida producer who’s released music on the venerated labels bitbird and Chillhop, has multiple tracks featured on League Of Legends, has tens of millions of streams across platforms, and has been played out by artists such as San HoloAlison WonderlandMasegoManila KillaThe Widdler, and more. Fusing O’Neal’s luminescent future bass stylings with Sofasound’s warm, jazzy rhythmic timing and left-of-center sound design, “Free Yourself” acutely sets the tone for the Mind Over Matter EP with its liberatory creative presentation and theme.

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Mathame – MEMO

Released via Astralwerks, Mathame’s debut album sees the duo blend intricate layers of synth melodies, pulsating trance rhythms, and haunting vocals into ethereal soundscapes. A balance between dance floor ready tracks and intimate listening experiences, MEMO takes listeners on a journey into the last three years of the Mathame experience, serving as a log of the duo’s memories and emotions as touring DJs pre + post pandemic. 

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