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Waajeed - Strength feat. Ideeyah (Original Mix)

Posted by 3 sites • On Bandcamp • Also on: Apple Music
Detroit producer Waajeed's resume includes co-founding Slum Village and working with the likes of J Dilla and Carl Craig. His first solo LP, out today via his own Dirt Tech Reck, brings vocalists into a hypnotic mix of soul, funk, and house.

The Orielles - It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) Peggy Gou Re-Work

Halifax, UK band The Orielles were one of the most posted artists of 2017. Here they cover one of 2018's, Peggy Gou (Stack №172). "We have a passion for songs that make us emotional; want to dance and quite literally forget," they add.

Isabelle Brown - I'm Just Me +1 remix

15-year-old Brighton singer Isabelle Brown recently signed to True Panther (King Krule, Kelsey Lu). Her uplifting sound, on new single "Places" and this cut from her mixtape self-released earlier in 2018, "is a soulful escape," says The Fader.

Gong Gong Gong - Siren Siren

Beijing duo Gong Gong Gong make raw, rhythmically charged "transnational blues" inspired by Bo Diddley, the Monks, and psychedelic music from West Africa to Southeast Asia. Their first US release is out today on Wharf Cat Records.

Mal Devisa - Beauty is a friend of mine

Posted by 4 sites • On Bandcamp • Also on: Apple Music
Northampton, Massachusetts songwriter Mal Devisa surprise-released her new album today. "It is a wild and expressive piece of work," says Stereogum, drawing on "soul, indie rock, rap, and punk, without ever falling into any of those categories."

Still Parade - Soon Enough

Soon Enough, the new album from Berlin-based psych-pop project Still Parade.

The aforementioned Waajeed recently took over Tim Sweeney's Beats in Space, DJing some of his own material alongside edits by Frankie Knuckles, KiNK, and Carl Craig.


The Guardian goes inside the booming business of background music:

"For background music companies, streaming is both a threat and an opportunity."

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