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Berlin based Keinemusik artist Rampa uploaded the eccentric and beautifully crafted “Human” to his Soundcloud a month ago. “Human” revolves around complex percussive rhythms and a bizarre vocal sample. Rampa’s “Human” is easily one of the more compositionally innovative dance music tracks I’ve heard this year. Listen to and download “Human” for free:

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Blisspop’s own zacheser put “Skippy” up on his Soundcloud for free download today. “Skippy” features a clean sound inspired by DFA Records and U.K. house artists such as Disclosure, Duke Dumont, and Fono. zacheser (a.k.a. Zach Eser) went for a weird, wonky, synth vibe with pads, percussion, and a pitched down vocal sample. A lighthearted track in every sense, “Skippy” will have you skipping on the dance floor this spring.

Ben Gomori, head of the house label Monologues, recently came out with a freebie via Soundspace. Ben brought out the disco feels for this one, giving us an edit of the 80s classic “Ooh You Make Me Feel” by Loose Ends. Complete with a solid bassline, loungey chords, and the soulful vocals of the original, this “Touchy Feely” edit is just that. Grab it today via the Soundcloud link below!

Swedish producer Dorisburg just did a remix that was released via Pets Recordings last weekend and it’s a doozie. Dalfie‘s “Marching Powder” got stripped down to a minimal techno/house/breaks track that’s simple and complex in all the right places. It will definitely fit right in on the label headed up by Polish duo Catz ‘n Dogz. I really don’t know how to explain this track much more, it’s just… out there. It’s a part of Dalfie’s

Grandiose pop infused with alternative stylings, Foreign Air doesn’t stray too far off the beaten path reserved for contemporary acts like Børns, Florence and the Machine, or alt-J. In a move that feels larger and more anthemic than their previous single, “Free Animal,” the Washington, D.C. based group goes with a ‘big drum, bigger feels’ approach on “In the Shadows.” Gently blurring the lines between eery pop and the danceable