‘Gouldian Finch 3’ offers 14 different flavors on San Holo’s bitbird imprint

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‘Gouldian Finch 3’ offers 14 different flavors on San Holo’s bitbird imprintGouldian Finch 3

As a representation of the bitbird imprint, the label run by San Holo has released a compilation album Gouldian Finch 3. The project features previously unleashed singles such as “morning might turn things around” by Flaws and ILIVEHERE., “All I Know” by Taska Black and Sem, “Tell Me Why” by Duskus, and San Holo’s acoustic-electronic, “Lead Me Back,” as his only release in 2019 thus far.

Ten new tracks grace the team project, including familiar faces such as bitbird regular DROELOE on their glitchy indie-pop “Snow Shovels,” to a release from San Holo’s former alias, Casilofi, on the serene soundscape “Memories,” and a classical roller coaster from Marcioz and BeauDamian on “The Generated Freakshow.”

New faces to the Dutch record label include Knapsack on the percussive-heavy “Easy To Communicate,” newcomer YAS on her violin-laden “empty crown,” the fiery bass cruncher in Ian Munro’s “Violence,” and a debut single from RIBB[]N, “Piece Of Mind.”

NMF Roundup: Mr. Kristopher offers acid house action, Savoy show off their rock edge, and Killsonik make a comeback

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.

Awoltalk and Ian Munro link up for the Official Goods Records’ inaugural release of 2018, an aggressive trap number punctuated by pronounced drum elements and low pitched bass lines.

Andrew Rayel puts forth the sequel to Moments (Remixes – EP1), the followup EP an electric offering featuring remixes from Radion6, Whiteout, and more.

Bass experimenter Mr. Kristopher exemplifies the expression ‘the third time’s the charm,’ dropping off the third part of his Brooklyn Trilogy series. Pt. 3 emerges from the sonic depths of Kristopher’s studio, evincing acid house action and haunting techno tones.

John Christian and electronic duo VAVO assert that three isn’t just company, but good company on the drum rhythm driven “How Low,” released on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom label.

Savoy assert their rock edge in “Don’t Quit Me Now.”

Trance virtuoso Oliver Smith stuns via “Inside,” a release hailing from Smith’s melodic wheelhouse.

Dubstep duo Killsonik re-commence their electronic comeback on “Never Dream Of Dying,” a number dramatized by eerie string work at the intro, and punching bass thereafter.

UKF Dubstep caters to dub lovers in UKF Dubstep 2017 – Album Mix, an eclectic conglomeration of tracks shaded in dubstep tones.

Deorro’s Panda Funk label sees label veteran GARABATTO deliver a vocally centered statement on “Infected.”

Datsik has released a seven-track EP, Master of Shadows. He teamed up with Virtual Riot, Excision, Ganja White Night and more for the bass-heavy compilation.

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Yung Jalapeno & Ian Munro feat. Cultra – I Don’t Need You [Exclusive]

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Yung Jalapeno might not be the biggest name in trap right now, but the up-and-coming producer has started to make quite a name for himself, gaining recognition from the likes of Getter and Marshmello in the process.

For his latest track, titled “I Don’t Need You,” the versatile artist has teamed up with another a talented young producer in the form of Ian Munro — to intriguing results. Also featuring Cultra, the track draws inspiration from a myriad sources, as the first beat drop features an amusing trap-bass house hybrid sound, while the second fuses traditional trap with Flume-esque drum samples — which gives the track a distinctive personality.

“I Don’t Need You” serves as an indicator of both producers’ skills and indicates they have bright futures ahead.

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