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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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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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By now, Hotel Garuda‘s imprint is on everyone’s radar. Between continually lighting up the internet and featured sets at renowned cultural epicenters like Coachella, the duo, which is comprised of Manila Killa and Candle Weather, continues to mystify with their blend of the old and the new. Which is why their latest remix, a flip of Blonde and Craig David’s track “Nothing Like This,” makes absolute sense. Much like Hotel Garuda,

Le-Youth
Le Youth has been on our radar after a string of phenomenal releases  (“Real,” “Cool,” and “Touch” to name a few) and multiple high profile remixes for artists such as Chromeo, Disclosure, and Jess Glynne. The L.A. based producer has found a comfortable corner for himself in today’s dance music webscape by surrounding himself in pop-driven house sensibilities; the same sensibilities that has made house music so approachable in a

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Recently released through independent label South By Sea, pop artist Ofelia K‘s first official release of 2016 is making the rounds through the indie dance blogosphere. The track, a playful game of language entitled “Cinco,” is a light, indie-electro pop number which swaps out typical 4/4 structure for something more meticulous and downtempo. In fact, while it’s technically an electronic track, the use of electronica based elements mirrors that of