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September 19, 2017

Billboard Premieres Yotto’s New Track “North”

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Outside is cold and harsh, but here inside your Finnish cabin, you are cozy and warm. Okay, you might not be experiencing such simple pleasures, but Yotto was when he wrote his single “North,” a joyous and expansive tune that mirrors the winter wonderland of his surroundings while capturing the snuggliness of not actually standing […]

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September 18, 2017

New York Times Interviews Giorgio Moroder About His 70s Hit “I Feel Love”

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What does a 77-year-old D.J. require before playing a late-night set of disco hits? “A hamburger,” Giorgio Moroder said a few weeks back, sitting in a dusty dressing room at Schimanski, a club in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, that caters not to Brioni-wearing bankers, but to T-shirt-clad techno enthusiasts. There are other necessities for a man of […]

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September 14, 2017

V Magazine Talks With Giorgio Moroder About The Sound Of Music Today

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Giorgio Moroder’s eyes light up when he talks about the invention of “the Click.” The sound that would come to define his biggest hit, Donna Summer’s revolutionary disco smash “I Feel Love,” is now known as a “reference pulse” to contemporary music producers. “The synthesizer didn’t give me that punch, so we tried everything to […]

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September 13, 2017

Fabric Interviews Nero About Room One Appearance

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When Nero first broke through on the essential More Than Alot imprint, they quickly became one of the UK’s brightest emerging stars in underground music. Their debut LP was considered a landmark record in bass music, and after breaking the number one spot in the UK’s album charts the group were heralded as visionaries for […]

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September 7, 2017

Dancing Astronaut Features Rising Sensation Christoph

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It seems strange to consider that, in the overall scheme of progressive house, Cristoph is a relatively recent arrival. The Newcastle native has been all but ubiquitous in the scene over the past two years, and his well-honed arrangements indicate the experience of a seasoned veteran producer. Stunningly, however, less than four years have passed […]

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September 6, 2017

Reverb Interviews Moon Boots About First Landing

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Drawing from his upbringing in New York City and the seminal time he spent in Chicago, Pete Dougherty — better known as DJ/Producer Moon Boots — makes accessible, contemporary dance music with a significant R&B touch. After many years spent forging his sound through memorable singles and stand–out remixes, Dougherty has embarked on his first […]

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September 6, 2017

Fact Mag Talks With Sophie About Forthcoming Sample Pack Through Splice

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Anyone who wants to recreate the neon sound of SOPHIE at home is in luck: the PC Music affiliate has released a sample pack via subscription website Splice. The pack contains the “metallic, plastic synth glitches” of ‘Lemonade’ and ‘Hard’, as well as the subs from Quay Dash’s ‘Bossed Up’, which SOPHIE recently produced. It […]

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September 5, 2017

Billboard Premieres Ookay’s New Single “Lighthouse”

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Are there yet new sounds to be explored in the future bass genre? Ookay certainly thinks so, and he gives a right crunchy new twist to the style in “Lighthouse,” a funky and cool collaboration with Fox Stevenson. It’s a playful tune inspired by the colors and quirks of the ’90s world in which both […]

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September 5, 2017

The Rooster Talks With GRiZ About New Beer Collaboration With The Great Divide

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It’s a typical weekend afternoon and you’re driving down a lonely stretch of highway listening to GRiZ’s new album, Good Will Prevail, with nary another car in sight. Then it hits you: I want to get hiiiigh. So you pull over, park the whip in a Walmart parking lot and toss the keys in a […]

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August 28, 2017

Billboard Shows Love to Justin Jay’s Newest Single ‘Time’

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Justin Jay is proving himself to be quite the musical man. The house producer took his game to the next level in 2016 when he grabbed a bunch of talented friends and started a band. Justin Jay and the Fantastic Voyage offered his creative mind room to expand and experiment, begetting a cool fusion of […]

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