Christa Vi is set to explode in the next year. The London based singer/songwriter, whose sound is unapologetically and refreshingly pop, has been featured by the likes of Kiss FM, DJ Mag, and has been remixed by some of the most respected names in dance music at the moment like Amtrac and Braxton. It’s 7 AM and she’s on the other end of a Skype call in her flat. From the looks

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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

Recently, Portugal’s prodigal son of the indie dancefloor, Moullinex, has been making dashing leaps into different soundscapes showing a real finesse for cross-genre production. His newest single “What U Do,” featuring talkbox wizard Lorenz Rhode on vocal duties, is the Moullinex we love and know with years of perspective in the game combined with a need to look forward into the future of the indie dance genre. And in going

Bridging the gap between the legendary soundscape of Nashville and the forward thinking electronic landscape of D.C. is an artist named Patrick Baker. A singer, songwriter, and producer whose voice has been featured alongside major talents like Giraffage, Lane 8, and Autograf to name a few, Baker consistently pushes his talents beyond what’s expected him with each release. But while his status in the indie dance world seems to be

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Taking a cue from his recent travels and the perspective gained from rising through the ranks of the independent dance scene, Jamie Prado, hot on the heels of revealing his label Midnight in Paris, is back in 2016. With a new project entitled Return to Indio, no doubt a reference to the positive vibes of Coachella, the Los Angeles soundscaper is forging a new path for himself draped in sun drenched