Akito
Eternal Dragonz, a label and collective of producers that aim to link Asian artists based around the world, released the Mica EP from Scintii earlier this year as one of the collective’s first transmissions. The EP has since been remixed and was released late last week. A highlight is the heavy weight drum work out from London-based Acid Fantasy affiliate Akito. The remix’s ghostly string melody rides shuffling hand drums

Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones
Last month, Fractal Fantasy label heads Zora Jones and Sinjin Hawke released a new compilation, Visceral Minds 2, jammed with collaborations that find the duo visiting juke, dancehall, Jersey club, and points in between while maintaining their signature glossy melodic sheen. Among many highlights on the album is “No Shame”, a song that ascends into the stratosphere and careens into contorted vocal samples, heavy-hitting digital toms, and rattling percussion. Sinjin

  Viceland has debuted its premiere scripted comedy series with “What Would Diplo Do”. The focus of the series, with 90s teen icon James Van Der Beek at the helm, is none other than EDM DJ and producer Wesley “Diplo” Pentz. His stage name which, mentioned in the first episode and subsequently confirmed through Wikipedia for budding Diplo fans, comes from diplodocus, an extinct species of dinosaurs. But is “extinct”

Today’s feature is a powerful and atmospheric deep house original from DJ & producer Enamour. “Feel” is his second original release following “Ekka,” which turns one year old in September. Today’s feature showcases Enamour’s knack for combining club energy with ambient expression. A focused bass and pulsating bass drum grab our attention, but it’s the creative elements gradually building around the beat that make this song a memorable journey. Enamour’s

Wølffe is an electronic pop artist based in SE London, UK. She is a rising star with her dark, brooding electro-pop music comparable to Banks, AlunaGeorge and MØ. I spent time with Wølffe, aka Lexy, discussing her beginnings as an artist, how she cultivated her stage performance, and we had a behind the scenes discussion of her music video for her single “Fuck With Me.” While her bubbly confidence and impeccable