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WebsterX – Lately

WebsterX – Lately

WebsterX has been making a name for himself for a year or so now, which is impressive and not easy when your home base is Milwaukee, WI. Intriguing sounds and the interwebs can be a lethal combination though, and that’s exactly the wave that he’s been riding. “Lately” is the latest …

Sam Smith – Lay Me Down (Flume Remix)

Sam Smith – Lay Me Down (Flume Remix)

Flume is one of those artists that’s unabashedly unique in his production style, and it’s the reason that he’s taken over the electronic soundscape in such a short amount of time. His latest conquest is an outrageously creative take on Sam Smith’s love ballad, “Lay Me Down.” It’s recognizably Flume, …

Baauer – Promises (feat. Fetty Wap & Dubbel Dutch)

Baauer – Promises (feat. Fetty Wap & Dubbel Dutch)

Baauer’s segway into the hip-hop world has been outrageously smooth. The collaboration with Aluna George & Rae Sremmurd from last fall took my world over, and he’s back at it again with some vicious production and an unhealthily catchy chorus from man of the hour, Fetty Wap. “Trap Queen” was one of …

Xavier Dunn – No Type (Rae Sremmurd Cover)

Xavier Dunn – No Type (Rae Sremmurd Cover)

My roommate and I sporadically break out into grand opera versions of Rae Sremmurd. For some reason it’s addictive — no idea why, give it a shot and report back. Anyways, Xavier Dunn seems to enjoy doing this as well — except he’s significantly more talented than us. I mean, …

Jamie xx – Loud Places (feat. Romy)

Jamie xx – Loud Places (feat. Romy)

The xx will always have a kung fu grip on my emotions. Jamie xx & Romy were built to soundtrack the emotional stages of your life; they’re absolute masters at conveying feelings through sound. Thus, my internal excitement skyrocketed when I saw that they had paired up for a new track …

Kygo – Stole The Show (feat. Parson James)

Kygo – Stole The Show (feat. Parson James)

The almighty lord of tropical house came at us with a brand new, vocal-assisted single earlier this week in the form of “Stole the Show.” Featuring Brooklyn’s own Parson James, the new release follows in the footsteps of “Firestone,” and proves that Kygo has established a winning formula with his …

NoMBe – California Girls

NoMBe – California Girls

NoMBe coming in hot with the internet-melting vibes today. Remember “Seminole”? The German native and L.A. resident has a certain internal pulse for moody production, and “California Girls” is the culmination of this sound to date. Add in his effortless, sing/rap/spoken word vocals, and it’s no surprise why he’s sitting …

Ellie Goulding – Take Me To Church (Hozier Cover)

Ellie Goulding – Take Me To Church (Hozier Cover)

I made a pact to never listen to another Hozier cover again, but when I saw EG’s name attached it’s kind of an impulse to click play as fast as possible. Featuring sleepy, electronic production from Sam Lewis, Ellie takes the original and makes it 100% her own. Her vocals …

Mumford & Sons – Believe

Mumford & Sons – Believe

Mumford & Sons have been extremely vocal about their change in sonic direction on their upcoming third studio album, Wilder Mind. They’ve stated that it was a logical progression to branch out from the banjos and folk-focused sound, into a more stadium rock-esque style. With the first example of this …

Phoebe Ryan – Dead

Phoebe Ryan – Dead

Phoebe Ryan is climbing the ranks of buzzing female vocalists at a blistering pace. With her Miguel/R. Kelly cover, her debut single “Mine,” and now “Dead,” she’s got internet music nerds eating out of the palm of her hand. The Jersey native/LA resident has this crystalized texture to her voice that …

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