A small record label out of São Paulo called Easytiiger may be on the cusp of putting Brazil higher up on the electronic music radar thanks to their newest compilation entitled Easytiiger_001. The hot six-track EP (which has already sold out of its super limited 12″ edition) features the songs from four up & coming Brazilian artists including two known as Mootron and BRZLN Air who linked up for the final standout track

The hotness from overseas just keeps on flowing. Up next on the repeat platter is a delicious offering of the song “Order To The Senses” by a Berlin duo known as Snacks, remixed by a Stockholm producer and DJ named Kornél Kovács who features the tune as a B-side track on his debut EP/10″, Szamár. In its original state, “Order To The Senses” gives off soft and translucent house vibes with airy vocals

It has been quite a minute since any new solo sounds have come from the Parisian producer called Darius. Known for his chilled down beats ranging anywhere in between house, disco and electro, Darius has given light to some of the best remixes for artists like (to name an illustrious few)  Jungle, Crayon, Flight Facilities and the magical “Sunlight” remix by The Magician. And now after a three year low-key hiatus, he

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 —

Tel-Aviv’s veteran disco duo Rabo & Snob recently dropped their official debut EP titled Yawumna, a Ghana influenced gem inspired by the pair’s trip to Accra’s main market to search for records and homemade percussions. As expected, Yawumna gets right down to business by opening up with the title track featuring the African-laced vocals of DC resident Soma Iddrissu. Soma’s voice is powerful and pretty much demands listeners to try and understand each