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For the past 10 years, Nosaj Thing (aka Jason Chung), has quietly released an excellent body of work that incorporates elements of hip-hop, downtempo electronica, glitch, and bass music. To date, he has produced three critically acclaimed electronic albums, high quality remixes for the likes of HEALTH, The xx, Flying Lotus and Little Dragon, in addition to productions for rappers Kendrick Lamar, Chance the Rapper and Kid Cudi. Touring behind his

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The city streets of Tokyo feel a lot like the internet, cultures collide in unexpected ways and reassemble into new formations that seem both futuristic and alien. The music of Carpainter is thoroughly Japanese AND of the internet in its willingness to abandon all rules and dissect music genres for parts to make something fresh, previously unheard, and exciting. Carpainter’s music has appeared on the Finnish label Top Billin, UK garage

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A little late to the punch on this one, but local up-and-comer DNNY KAY dropped a track about a month ago full of bassy goodness. DNNY KAY utilized some funky chord stabs and a raw sounding bass line to give it that bass/future house vibe. It’s free to download so grab it if you like it, and be sure to check out all the other freebies on his page!

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  Over the last few years, club music has become a battleground for new artists experimenting with exciting sounds and ideas with the JANUS collective in Berlin, the Bala Club crew in London, and N.A.A.F.I. gang from Mexico City leading the charge. This deconstructed approach to production has roots in singular club nights and has since grown to be a worldwide phenomenon. London based producer and DJ, Endgame, is one of

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The Denver presence is strong in this one, with producers option4 and ill-esha joining forces to bring us quite the curveball. These two artists both come from Denver, but come from different genres. Ill-esha has always been known for her work in bass music and option4 is a burgeoning house-head.  However, that didn’t stop these two from making a bomb of a track. “Cloud Sublime” would be categorized as a house track, but there