Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones
Last month, Fractal Fantasy label heads Zora Jones and Sinjin Hawke released a new compilation, Visceral Minds 2, jammed with collaborations that find the duo visiting juke, dancehall, Jersey club, and points in between while maintaining their signature glossy melodic sheen. Among many highlights on the album is “No Shame”, a song that ascends into the stratosphere and careens into contorted vocal samples, heavy-hitting digital toms, and rattling percussion. Sinjin

Moment apart album cover
One of the most popular groups to combine trance with house and EDM music recently has been the electropop sensation ODESZA, and just this past week they released their second album since 2014 titled A Moment Apart that includes their hit single Higher Ground featuring Naomi Wild. A pioneer of the genre, ODESZA’s head chefs Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight from Seattle, WA have transcended the music industry by combining

Austrian disco DJ, Demuja, is preparing to drop his much anticipated 2nd vinyl release on September 28th. The six-track EP aptly entitled Demuja’s Disco Cuts, will be released via his expanding label, MUJA, and features the daytime disco heater, “Hot For Love.” Carefully crafted by Demuja himself using 70s and 80s disco samples, the tune is an upbeat feel-good track with just the right amount of vocals sprinkled here and there —

  Viceland has debuted its premiere scripted comedy series with “What Would Diplo Do”. The focus of the series, with 90s teen icon James Van Der Beek at the helm, is none other than EDM DJ and producer Wesley “Diplo” Pentz. His stage name which, mentioned in the first episode and subsequently confirmed through Wikipedia for budding Diplo fans, comes from diplodocus, an extinct species of dinosaurs. But is “extinct”

Analog Monoxide Artist Image
Earlier this summer, Norwegian artist Analog Monoxide (a.k.a. Stian Høyberg) sent us “Playing Tag,” a song off of his album Songs For The Road from April of this year. Høyberg captures the listener’s attention from the start of the song with an audio loop that features well-crafted sound design. After introducing the glitched-out, breakbeat percussion, Høyberg’s gruff yet subdued and alluring vocals come in. The keys coming in at 2:57 masterfully complete