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Jun
2015

Shura – White Light

Submitted by / 6 years ago / New Singles

When you have songwriting chops, the best thing to do is to continue to pump out song after song as you know that the quality is never going to dip. Thankfully Shura has been fairly prolific in that department, and we have never got to a point where we as fans felt neglected by a…

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Jun
2015

Raleigh Ritchie & Sounwave – Never Say Die

Submitted by / 6 years ago / New Songs

Raleigh Ritchie‘s SoundCloud has all but disappeared, the only track that stands there now is his brand new collaboration with TDE affiliate Sounwave. You will be able to tell between the similarities in percussion, but Sounwave was responsible for the monster K.Dot hit “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe“, and now he’s working with the Game…

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Jun
2015

Oh Wonder – White Blood

Submitted by / 6 years ago / New Songs

At this point there’s not too much point us describing Oh Wonder’s music as you already know their name is synonymous with quality, but we will copypasta from their PR email: We wrote this song initially about cancer, and it developed into an exploration into the idea of needing immunity from disease, sadness, hopelessness or…

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Jun
2015

Cyril Hahn – Last feat. Joel Ford

Submitted by / 6 years ago / New Songs

We last heard from Cyril Hahn just under a year ago when he released his fantastic “Voices EP” through PMR Records. It looks as though he is readying another release in the near future, as a new single called “Begin” was uploaded today which appears to be taken from his forthcoming EP of the same name. Featuring…

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May
2015

Panama – Jungle

Submitted by / 6 years ago / New Singles

You have to hand it to Future Classic, they live up to their name with every single release they put out. One of their latest is Panama’s new single “Jungle“, which is completely enthralling from beginning to end. Punchy, catchy, and perfect for repeat plays. Stream: Panama – Jungle

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May
2015

KIll J – Cold Stone

Submitted by / 6 years ago / New Songs

Have you ever heard a track where you feel its performance must be a painful experience for the artist? That’s kinda how I felt when listening to Kill J‘s earth shattering “Cold Stone“, which has dramatic falsettos thrown in all over the place. We love it but get the impression it’s going to lead her…