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Thomas Jack abandons the balmy beach for the darkened club with ‘The Versus’ [EP Review]

In 2015, Thomas Jack told Dancing Astronaut, ‘I want Thomas Jack to be something special. Not Mr. Tropical.’ In 2017, he’s succeeded in this goal.

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Luttrell explores his musical depth in ‘Generate’ [EP Review]

Luttrell uses his ‘Generate’ EP as a means to explore the full spectrum of his progressive identity.

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Drezo releases staggering three track EP titled, ‘Jaded’

Drezo has released a thrilling three track EP titled, ‘Jaded.’

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EMBRZ experiments with genres in compelling new ‘Progress’ EP

Self-taught producer EMBRZ experiments with genres in new EP, ‘Progress.’

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Brennen Grey releases debut EP for Sian’s Octopus Black, ‘Get Down’

Brennen Grey is quickly becoming a household name in the West Coast underground.

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Nicky Romero releases monumental ‘5 Years Of Protocol’ EP with remixes from John Dahlback, Stadiumx, and more

Nicky Romero releases monumental ’5 Years Of Protocol’ EP with remixes from John Dahlback, Stadiumx, and more.

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Astre releases dreamy EP on Moving Castle’s imprint titled ‘For So Long’

20 year old French producer, Astre, has released an indie downtempo influenced EP titled, ‘For So Long.’

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DJ Shadow releases surprise EP featuring Danny Brown, Nas and Steven Price

DJ Shadow releases ‘The Mountain Has Fallen,’ a surprise new EP with features from Danny Brown, Nas, and Academy Award winning composer Steven Price.

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Destructo releases ‘All Nite’ remixes from Getter, Motez and more

Destructo drops remix EP of Renegade track “All Nite” featuring remixes from Getter, Motez, Noise Frenzy, Parker, and Brohug.

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Seven Lions continues to diversify his sound on ‘Where I Won’t Be Found’ EP

Out now on Seeking Blue, the 8-track project signals a similar feverishly melodic, yet refreshingly new and experimental direction for Seven Lions.

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Bassnectar’s ‘Reflective’ EP is viscerally heavy and profoundly complex [EP Review]

Bass music demigod Lorin Ashton has released the latest project from his amorphous music vault, which is the first in a two-part EP series titled Reflective. Insofar as Bassnectar has earned a reputation of mythic proportions within his bass head community, it may come

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Emmit Fenn releases stunning nine-track ‘Prologue’ EP

Emmit Fenn’s nine-track ‘Prologue EP’ is out now on TH3RD BRAIN.

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Seven Lions and Echos release diverse set of ‘Cold Skin’ remixes on Monstercat

With contributions from Koven, Stonebank, Mr FijiWiji, and more, Seven Lions and Echos’ ‘Cold Skin’ remix package is an essential collection.

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Krewella explore an intense new sound on seven-track EP, ‘New World Pt. 1’

The Yousaf sisters are back with an incredible new Krewella release which sees them explore an eclectic pool of inspirations. Stream it here.

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Stream Bonobo’s tribal ‘Bambro Koyo Ganda’ EP

Bonobo builds a three-track EP around ‘Bambro Koyo Ganda’ from his ‘Migration’ album with an analog version of the track and a new original, ‘Samurai.’

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Major Lazer surprise with release stylistically eclectic EP, ‘Know No Better’

Major Lazer has dropped a surprise EP, ‘Know No Better,’ featuring artist collaborations with Travis Scott, Camila Cabello, Quavo, Sean Paul and more.

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Stream Quix’s powerful debut EP, ‘Heaps Cool’

For the past two years, New Zealand native and up-and-coming experimental electronic music producer Quix has been working tirelessly to release Heaps Cool, his first full-length EP. Debuting on Dim Mak Records, the release pushes the boundaries of trap, bass, and experimental electronic

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Demicat releases tranquil downtempo EP, ‘Oredorok’

Demicat has just released ‘Oredorok,’ an EP featuring traditional Korean elements alongside ambient electronic sounds.

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Instupendo’s debut EP ‘Friend of a Friend’ marks a bright future ahead [Review]

A debut from Philadelphia’s Instupendo reveals more about where he’s headed than what he’s already done.

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On Planets shines in debut indie-electronic EP, ‘Personal Space’

On Planets shines in capturing his sound in the indie-electronic sphere with debut EP, ‘Personal Space,’ via Majestic Casual Records.

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