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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.

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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!

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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

Foreign-Air
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