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Time Wharp - Cole Dub +1 remix

Posted by 4 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
After some EPs on Obey City's Astro Nautico imprint, Brooklyn producer Patrick Loggins (aka Time Wharp) announces a debut LP which (per FACT) "balances minimal synth-wave, New York house and meditative new age"—along with a nice FaltyDL remix.

Dornik - Drive

Posted by 13 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
London R&B singer Dornik turned in one of the best live sets we saw at The Great Escape festival last week, while this week finds a shiny new tune from the former member of Jessie Ware's band—a hint of what's to come on his debut album, due in August.

La Luz - You Disappear

Posted by 16 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
"Blending doo-wop harmonies, wet surf-guitar riffs, and crunchy garage rock," says Turntable Kitchen, Seattle four-piece La Luz preview their forthcoming album, which was recorded in a surf shop in San Dimas and produced by Ty Segall.

Boycrush - Flirt (feat Yumi Zouma/Madeira)

Posted by 12 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
At the end of 2014, Kim Pflaum parted with Yumi Zouma to focus on her solo project, Madeira. Her first stop, however, was this guest spot for Auckland-based producer (and fellow Kiwi) Boycrush, currently free to download until the EP is released next week.

Nicolay - The Brightest Star / Afterglow

Posted by 3 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
Dutch producer Nicolay mostly keeps busy with The Foreign Exchange (his duo with Phonte Coleman, whose vocals also feature here). This is a track from his latest locale-inspired solo LP (and first in six years), City Lights Vol 3: Soweto, plus a non-LP b-side.
This week's album premiere is the self-titled LP from Nocturnal Sunshine, "the darker, dubbed-out basshead alter-ego of house superstar Maya Jane Coles."

As for interesting reads, try this one on why we love repetition in music.

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- Dave, Dev & Team Hype Machine


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