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a.k.a. skips – If The DJ Let Me
SF-bred/LA-based underground rave producer a.k.a. skips is further breaking out of his shell.
a.k.a. skips unveils “If The DJ Let Me,” a gritty, propulsive house track that’s filled to the brim with dusty breakbeats, ethereal synth pads, and nostalgic chord progressions – a combination that further expands a.k.a. skips’ sonic repertoire.
Dirtyphonics – Burbank Nights
Dirtyphonics, the French electronic duo made up of Charly Barranger and Julien ‘Pitchin’ Corrales, has ascended the throne of bass music over the last two decades. Now, these legends are returning to the renowned label Monstercat with their electrifying ‘Rocktronic’ single, “Burbank Nights”, dropping on Wednesday, September 6th. This tune is synced with the popular online game Rocket League as the anthem of its new season, which comes out on the same day.
Excision, the mastermind behind some of the most iconic bass drops and mind-bending soundscapes, has officially dropped the bombshell announcement of his upcoming tour, and it’s going to be an experience like no other – promising to immerse fans in a multi-sensory universe where cutting-edge technology meets bone-rattling bass.
From Los Angeles to New York, the tour will be hitting major cities across the US.
Kah-Lo – Pain/Pleasure
Grammy-nominated Nigerian singer-songwriter Kah-Lo releases her anticipated debut album Pain/Pleasure via Epic Records. The album arrives following previously released hit singles ‘Runaway’, ‘GD Woman’, ‘Karma’, and ‘fund$’.
KILIMANJARO and Junior Simba – Channel Z
KILIMANJARO and Junior Simba release their new collaborative single, “Channel Z,” out now via Diplo’s house/techno label Higher Ground. It’s the first time the two artists, who both excel in crafting Afro-inspired house and club music, have officially come together on a release.
MOGA Festival has revealed the full line-up for its return to the Moroccan coast
Celebrating its 5th anniversary this October 4-8th in the storied city of Essaouira, MOGA blends both electronic and traditional music with art, wellness, surf, food and nomadic community, with a view to spotlighting local artists and scenes alongside international performers
The likes of Gerd Janson, Antal, Lea Kdoch, Caruan and Deer Jade will join A Guy Called Gerald, Gene On Earth, Guedra Guedra, Jayda G, Fumiya Tanaka, Malika, Margaret Dygas, Maayan Nidam, Peach, Maurice Fulton, Quest, Dyed Soundorom, Portable, Rhadoo, Oceanvs Orientalis and Prins Thomas.
MYTHM – Bloodhound
Canadian producer/DJ MYTHM releases his new single ‘Bloodhound’, out now on Rezz’s label HypnoVizion.
NITTI – That’s Right
It is extremely rare to find an artist who is able to jump from genre to genre with infectious releases like the DJ-producer hybrid known as NITTI. With a Latin Grammy under his belt and two iconic collaborative side projects, NITTI has become a household name in the world of music. Now this gifted innovator is returning to his roots with his new bass house single, “That’s Right”, coming to the rising label Hush Money Recs on Friday, September 8th.
Parcels – Reflex
Parcels have announced they will release their new album, Live Vol. 2, on October 20 via Because Music. It will be available digitally and on 180gsm double vinyl. Their new single and accompanying video, “Reflex,” taken from the forthcoming album, is out now.
Polo & Pan – French Touch
Parisian timeless duo and ambassadors of the “French Touch” genre, Polo & Pan, have released their new single ‘Carrossel Do Tempo,’ out today on Ekler’o’shock/Hamburger/Virgin Music. The duo will release a forthcoming EP of the same title, due out on October 6th.
That Kid – Best Of Me
Hyperpop star That Kid is making a huge splash.
That Kid unveils “Best Of Me,” a sweet, dreamy love song that sees the artist trading in his typical raunchy quips for loving terms of endearment. Produced by Jack Laboz (who’s worked with Curtis Waters, ambar lucid, María Isabel, and more), the track is filled with lush acoustic guitars and infectious UKG-inspired drums accompanied by That Kid’s alluring vocal melodies – a combination that provides a fresh, catchy, and atmospheric pop listening experience.