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Syn: “Fast drums, hard synths, sexy vocals and phat bass until I die!”
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Syn: “Fast drums, hard synths, sexy vocals and phat bass until I die!”

On February 14th, a new release came out on ETS, the legendary label led by NKC, the King of Hard Drum himself. We had high expectations for this brand new EP by Syn, as her tracks have been saved on […]

[PREMIERE] Britney Spears – Toxic (Victor Metske H&Q Edit)
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[PREMIERE] Britney Spears – Toxic (Victor Metske H&Q Edit)

After a first EP released just under a year ago on the label he co-founded, Bound Centre, Victor Metske is back with a smashing pack of brand new edits: Halved Quartered Edit Pack. On this project, the Dutch DJ and […]

Rinse France w/ Philou CxC, Rougehotel & BJF – 05.03.2020
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Rinse France w/ Philou CxC, Rougehotel & BJF – 05.03.2020

Philou CxC Scarlett – Leaving (ft. Ma Gda) [Unreleased] Pop Smoke – Welcome to the Party (Seb Forrester Afraamix) [Self-released] EL PLVYBXY – Rukutu [Unreleased]Imaabs – Osmosis [Self-released]DJ CHEDRAUI – BAILE DEL DURO I [ADED Files]Abssys – Se Me Quedó […]

[PREMIERE] Swaya & DJ Pacifier – Such Relaxation [Self-released]
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[PREMIERE] Swaya & DJ Pacifier – Such Relaxation [Self-released]

Such Relaxation is the first extract from the eponymous joint EP of the two producers Swaya and DJ Pacifier. Swaya is a Boston-based DJ and producer. Co-organizer of the Jacuzzi parties, she has some very good self-produced EPs club and […]

[PREMIERE] Cheb Runner – Yabalini ft. Maälem Hicham Bilali [Rebel Up]
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[PREMIERE] Cheb Runner – Yabalini ft. Maälem Hicham Bilali [Rebel Up]

Cheb Runner is the new project from Belgian-Moroccan producer Reda Senhaji, whom you may have already come across under his other alias Gan Gah. Cheb Runner’s ambition is to create bridges between electronic club music and Gnawa, a musical style […]

[PREMIERE] Kaval – Oasis Trip [Lowup]
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[PREMIERE] Kaval – Oasis Trip [Lowup]

In 2010, after several years of supremacy over English dancefloors, UK funky (a kind of spicy house decorated with offbeat percussions from around the world) was going to die out. Ten years later, the genre mutated to stick to the […]