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Oct 15, 2014

Flight Facilities - Two Bodies feat. Emma Louise HNNY REMIX +3 more

With the original still going strong on Popular this week, Aussie duo Flight Facilities tap Stockholm producer HNNY for a fresh remix that "adds an extra dose of warm, deep vibes while keeping the dreamy vocals intact," says Last Gas Station.

Alex Calder - Strange Dreams

Posted by 17 sites • On SoundCloud • Also on: Spotify
Occasional Mac DeMarco collaborator (and fellow Albertan) Alex Calder prepares for the proper Captured Tracks release of his 2nd album with this jaunty lead single.

Tei Shi - Bassically +4 remixes

Posted by 90 sites • Also on: SpotifyApple Music
Nearly a year on from her last original material, Brooklyn's Tei Shi shares something new—much to the excitement of 48 blogs and counting. Wonky Sensitive calls the track "a dazzling display of italo synth perfection."

Danny L Harle - In My Dreams

Posted by 26 sites • On SoundCloud • Also on: Spotify
London label PC Music is causing a (sometimes divisive) stir with bloggers in 2014 via chirpy tunes from Hannah Diamond, A.G. Cook and others. Harle, one of the roster's key producers, delivers an anticipated follow-up to his debut "Broken Flowers".

Shook - Milestones +3 remixes

The boogie-inspired "Milestones" finds Dutch artist Shook testing just how far into space one can go in 8 minutes.
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This week's album premiere is Trapped in Amber by Scottish artist Jonnie Common.

As for interesting reads, try this one which looks at the legacy of electronic pioneer Mark Bell.

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