“Fear for You” by VONAVI featuring Lorna Rose is an ethereal masterpiece tinged with longing. This ambient composition takes listeners on a cinematic journey through expansive soundscapes. VONAVI is the pseudonym for producer Andrei Ivanov, whose music has been notably featured on Marvel’s “Cloak & Dagger” and as an original composer he has produced various scores for short documentaries and commercials including Patrón Tequila featuring director Guillermo del Toro among others.


With the harsh, winter months dragging on with millions of Americans experiencing extreme subzero temperatures in the midwest United States, we are inspired to publish our curated playlist with the latest downtempo and chill out releases. This playlist is the perfect soundtrack as you sip hot cocoa next to a fire! This month we feature new music from Blockhead, Richard Devine, Bonobo, Satin Jackets, Chrome Sparks, Little People, Booka Shade, Nightmares on


Patrick's Picks
Best Remix Marco Giannone – “Lonely (Funkatron Remix)” Funkatron’s remix of Marco Giannone’s “Lonely” did well for me in DJ sets I played this year. I think the remix has the perfect amount of energy without getting cheesy — there are noise sweeps in the track, something I often detest in productions. But the noise sweeps introduced in this remix are tasteful. And oh man, that bassline is undeniable. Looking


Marshall Stukes Best of 2018
Best Remix John Hopkins, “Singularity” (ANNA Remix) I am a fan of both John Hopkins and ANNA, so when I heard they were releasing a remix I was thoroughly excited. The original is haunting and soothing; the remix keeps the same Hopkins vibe but adds ANNA’s signature bass lines, percussion and a synth breakdown that will definitely get listeners moving. Best LP/EP Travis Scott, Astroworld This is one of the


Best of 2018 | Kristina Picks
Best Remix Daniel Avery, “Quick Eternity (Four Tet Remix)” Four Tet’s remixing skills are unparalleled because he is a mastermind of sampling. He transforms any track he remixes by creating an original work of art using loop machines and tape recorders. He’s the kind of producer that in less than ten seconds can chop up a two second sample from a stem, slow it down 100 times, source another worthy sample from his