Maccie – “Dance For Your Queen” [EDM Sauce Premiere]

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Step back, because Toronto’s up and coming indie-pop icon, Maccie, is back with a fiercely feminine new single titled “Dance For Your Queen.” Most of us met Maccie when her last EP, “Primal,” climbed high on the charts with it’s lead single, “Bleed.” The musical collection was a ferocious testament to the artist’s vocal power

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Nick Talos – Home To You

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Nick Talos continues with his run of quality releases by means of “Home To You.” Released via Universal Music Germany, Talos takes catchy moments from both pop and dance music to create this highly enjoyable single. Having been written alongside Lucas Secon, Máté Spellenberg and David Spekter, “Home To You” feels fresh and future whilst

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Young Bombs Remix Weezer’s Sing Along Single “Say It Ain’t So”

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Young Bombs have been known for remixing tons of wildly popular hits. This time around they decide to take on Weezer’s classic sing along single “Say It Ain’t So”. The remix kicks off right away with Rivers Cuomo’s “Oh yeah. Alright” lyrics that leads into the first verse, which features a Trap-meets-Rock melody. The chorus

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Bussauto – Come Back (feat. Felish)

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Currently this producer is a more underground artist, but Bussauto could be a big name by the end of 2018. His material is a testament to that, you can check out his dope self-titled ‘Bussauto EP’ released in 2017. Now the Australian producer is back and he’s crafted a fresh house song, it was actually my

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[Premier] Carter Reeves drops three dynamic remixes for “Bittersweet”

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We’re happy to present a brand new remix EP for the Carter Reeves’ original, “Bittersweet.” The rising artist grabbed solid attention when the electronic indie-pop creation was released around a month ago. Reeves gives us some inspiration for the song, “I wrote Bittersweet a few days after leaving a relationship. It was really sad for me

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The marvelous evolution of Bob Moses continues with sophomore LP ‘Battle Lines’

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The marvelous evolution of Bob Moses continues with sophomore LP ‘Battle Lines’Bob Moses Battle Lines Album Review 1

At it’s best, dance music has championed the misfits, and been a home for the one-of-a-kinds. When this happens, a club can become a safe haven and temple for anyone willing to embrace others as they embrace themselves. But what happens when it isn’t the outside world that can’t contain an idea, but the club itself? The answer, it seems, is Bob Moses. Originally honed in New York’s effervescent music world, the now LA-based duo were warehouse warriors with a destiny that sets them apart from every indie rock act and dance DJ in rotation. The brainchild of an Ultra Records trance savant and a rock band bassist, Bob Moses has aspirations beyond every pre-made path; the weepy indie scene needs more kick drum, and the fist pumping dance hoards need to be subject to more songwriting with soul. It’s from this thrilling, precarious position that the duo deliver their second full-length studio effort, Battle Lines.

The album begins with a bang, as the towering vocal harmonies of “Heaven Only Knows” leads to a thundering four-to-the-floor romp. Despite grungy guitar work woven throughout the track, the song has an undeniable royalty to it that belies the track’s tellingly conflicted lyrics. As the LP flows forward, it’s clear the group is presenting their unique tastes, and nothing else. It’s a lucky thing; the compositions range from the shimmering cool of album’s title track to the rattling thrum of “The Only Thing We Know.” It doesn’t take long to realize this latest incarnation of Bob Moses has shed another layer of dance floor disco. In its place is an extra pour of smoke and fuzz that brings the duo deeper into indie rock territory than ever before — at least in terms of texture and instrumentation.

Beneath the surface is a group feeling freed to try on every song structure and arrangement inspiration that grasps their interest. The record’s final complexion reveals a lot about what the studio sessions were probably like. Guitar lines and echoing piano power Oasis-esque sensibilities on “Selling Me Sympathy,” while “Nothing But You” drenches Maroon 5 pop stylings in saturation and warmth. Dig deeper, and there are those uniquely effortless dance roots that put the group’s scene-straddling abilities in the spotlight. “Listen to Me” and “Enough to Believe” are atmospheric deep house in indie rock clothing, and “Heaven Only Knows” possesses a gritty stomp that would sound right at home on a more recent Justice record. In less capable hands, the collection of ideas would border on chaos. Ever the masters at toeing the genre line, Bob Moses cover the entire project in two bulletproof ingredients – sonic cohesion, and a supreme confidence and command of musical elements that come from the natural maturation of an artistic journey. The various inspirations push and pull the listener back and forth, but the space Bob Moses’s music lives in remains the same. The feat is duplicated in rich, bittersweet, and conflicted lyrics. They speak of loss, doubt, remorse and ultimately resolution — consider, “Back Down” begins with the phrase “Caught in the tide of our own divide.” If Battle Lines represents a group with a foot in multiple worlds, Bob Moses should hopefully aim to ride that tide right into whatever fascinating canvas of expression they draw up next.

BLVK IRIS – Naked ft. Micky Blue & Janelle Kroll

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The Copenhagen to New York City-based artist, BLVK IRIS just released a new song that’s blending future electronic styles with chill classic R&B. The song peaks your interest right away with a lush organic texture while a buzzy, almost vocodor sounding synth fades in to pick it up. Then a melody kicks in that’s super

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JØUR – Black Hole

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I was lucky enough to come across this new single by an up-and-coming artist out of the Twin Cities. Her name is JØUR. The multi-talented artist is carving a whole new sound out of the typical indie rock/pop we’re used to. It has a sharp electronic- one might even say industrial, edge as well as

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ÆDAN – Le temps

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Today I’ve got a new electronic EP to share. It’s by French producer, ÆDAN and titled ‘Le temps.’ These are five of the freshest, most forward thinking electronic songs I’ve heard in a minute. ÆDAN uses familiar sounds and techniques that we hear in the latest electronic music, but in a very musical context, almost

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Kazy Lambist – Do You

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Kazy Lambist is back with one of my favorite songs he’s put out so far. It’s a new single titled, “Do You.” Along with a message I can definitley get behind in the lyrics, there’s chill synth work and glassy rhythms/samples that flow together seamlessly. Kazy is really bridging the gap between wavey modern-electronic production,

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