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One of DC’s busiest DJs, Eau Claire, gets remixed by London-based duo Loframes in today’s feature. The young Londoners debuted in 2015 and have since released an impressive number of club-ready tracks. Loframes’ rendition of Eau Claire’s “All the Wonder” is a bouncy synth-pop beat dominated by a biting bass line that is sure to resonate on the dance floor. With its crafty percussion and creative synth play, this remix reveals

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Your average DJ mix is not typically only 7 minutes and 4 seconds long, but then again, EASYFUN (PC Music) is not your average DJ/producer. EASY THIS EASY THAT is his second mix for PC Music, and this one clocks in at an entire three seconds shorter than his last. Luckily, EASYFUN, real name Finn Keane, included that little tidbit as the only information accompanying the release on SoundCloud.  

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Nothing amps my week more than to premiere THE WARHORSE’s glorious redux of the 2011 The Weeknd’s hit, “High for This.” For this Los Angeles based synthwave/electroclash band, it is nothing short of courageous to successfully make a banger rendition of one of the top pop songs of this decade. Their rendition sounds completely fresh and different from the original: wrangling in their influences of 80s party pop, thrashy garage

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As part of 2013 Forward Festival in DC, PAN label head Bill Kouligas sat down for a Q&A session before his set at Tropicalia; about a dozen people were in attendance to hear Kouligas speak.  In the time since 2013, Kouligas and PAN have widened the scope of their sound and broadened their fan base with cutting edge, critically acclaimed albums from Objekt, Lee Gamble, and M.E.S.H. among others.  The

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Future bass, future R&B, future trap. New genres that promise the world some kind of glimpse into what the future will look like in dance music keep popping up. It’s a strange notion because one would argue that these are the current waves of pop; what was once “future” is our “now.” So while we comb through the sea of newer producers who follow in the footsteps of this aesthetic