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Italian producer Counterfly (a.k.a. Lorenzo Olivieri) released his debut Glazed EP on Broque.de a few months ago. Glazed is influenced by classical, jazz, ambient, and IDM. Counterfly created wonderful, laid-back soundscapes perfect for everyday listening. My three favorites off of the release are “Death Of A Squirrel,” “Glimmers,” and the title track, “Glazed.”


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Neutral is a DC-based DJ/producer duo composed of Yomimbi and T3k, and their new house track is spreading deep, spacey vibes throughout the region. “NTFLXNCHLL” features a mellow vocal sample from Ameer Dyson, otherworldly atmospheric pads, and a bassline that gives the track a deep vibe. You can catch Yomimbi this Sunday at We Can Make It Work 001. Listen to and download “NTFLXNCHILL ft. Ameer Dyson” for free:


A little late to the punch on this one, but local up-and-comer DNNY KAY dropped a track about a month ago full of bassy goodness. DNNY KAY utilized some funky chord stabs and a raw sounding bass line to give it that bass/future house vibe. It’s free to download so grab it if you like it, and be sure to check out all the other freebies on his page!


  Over the last few years, club music has become a battleground for new artists experimenting with exciting sounds and ideas with the JANUS collective in Berlin, the Bala Club crew in London, and N.A.A.F.I. gang from Mexico City leading the charge. This deconstructed approach to production has roots in singular club nights and has since grown to be a worldwide phenomenon. London based producer and DJ, Endgame, is one of


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It starts with a heartbeat. Then two synthesizers and a percussive element come into the mix. Enter the vocals – you’re hooked. Denite’s song “Berlin” is a lesson in popular dance music composition. “Berlin” features ample melodic hooks, carefully considered harmonies, skillfully designed sounds, and memorable percussion rhythms. Denite has even managed to sing bleak lyrics over the distinctively upbeat instrumentals. “Berlin” has every qualification for what makes a song