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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

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Back on May 16th, German producer Kevin Over released his two track Duster EP. On there is a track aptly named “Ode,” as it seems to be an ode to the old days of dance music. This one brings it back to the fundamentals, giving us a track that’s driven primarily by old school breaks and soulful vocal cuts. On the other side of the EP we have “Duster,” a dubby tech-house/techno stomper with a

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NYC’s Mister Saturday Night is at it again, this time with an EP from the UK’s Nebraska. The “Look What You’ve Done To Me” EP consists of three tracks, all of which provide a different vibe. The title track is a super slow-house groover, with big chords that fill up the track and a tantalizing vocal sample. The other two tracks are a bit faster and deeper at the same time.

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Berlin’s Adam Port recently came out with a remix of Jimpster’s “Eel Pie Island,” turning it into a late-night chiller. This slow-burning track is filled with great soundscapes and textures, and made good use of an interesting spoken-word vocal sample. Also, be sure to check out the other remix on the B-side of this release by Hyenah.

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Jacques Renault is an old school dude. He still records synths live and he embraces the un-quantized. His brand of homemade analogue house and disco has come to define New York’s contemporary sound as music with a genuine human touch. Originally from the DC area and influenced by its punk roots, you can tell that Jacques is a big believer in DIY. He releases music on his own label, Let’s Play House (LPH), and runs a roving party