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Adam Beyer releases collaborative ‘Capsule’ EP with Pig&Dan

Adam Beyer and Pig&Dan have released ‘Capsule,’ a collaborative EP of dark, cerebral techno. The four-track release is available via Drumcode.

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Boys Noize captivates with second ‘Mayday’ remix album

In the second of two remix EPs for his fourth studio album, Boys Noize enlists Raito, Jensen Interceptor, GILA, and others to release six new tracks.

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Zeds Dead release 8-track remix EP to NGHTMRE-assisted ‘Frontlines’

Zeds Dead release the official remix EP to their NGHTMRE and GG Magree collaboration, ‘Frontlines.’ The 8-track record features Crankdat, Wuki, and more.

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Crywolf reveals his inner self with ‘Skeletons’ EP

Over the last few years, Justin Phillips, better known by his alias Crywolf, has been steadily building a reputation for creating vast, complex, and emotionally powerful soundscapes. The type of music he writes, produces, and performs is best released in the form

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Khen enchants listeners with his debut EP on Bedrock, ‘Baby Steps’

Khen provides a hauntingly beautiful listening experience across three distinctive tracks as part of ‘Baby Steps,’ his debut EP on Bedrock.

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‘De-evolution Part III’ is a stunning conclusion to The Upbeats’ EP trilogy

A comprehensive analysis of the final piece of The Upbeats’ three part De-evolution series

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Premiere: Pleasurekraft – ‘Maskara’ EP

Pleasurekraft are releasing their Kubrick-influenced ‘Maskara’ EP February 24. Listen to both tracks a week ahead of the EP release here.

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Savoy weave a timeless electronic music vision in their newest EP

Livetronica outfit Savoy release retro-future EP, ‘Tomorrow Today, Pt. 1,’ with collaborations with Bright Lights, Fatherdude, Porsches, and Jojee.

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David Bowie’s posthumous EP is a striking look back at his storied career

Columbia Records has released ‘No Plan,’ an EP of the late David Bowie’s final works on what would have been his 70th birthday. Listen to the EP here.

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L’ENFANT make with debut Boogie Angst short-player [EP Review]

L’ENFANT drop their debut short player for Kraak & Smaak’s Boogie Angst imprint.

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Renato Ratier – Minemalistic [EP Review]

Renato Ratier ends 2016 with ‘Minemalistic,’ presenting a tune perfect for a dark, underground venue.

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Nicole Moudaber vs Skunk Anansie – Love Someone Else [EP Review]

Nicole Moudaber and Skin combine forces once again, as Moudaber re-works Skunk Anansie’s ‘Love Someone Else’ into two shadowy electronic renditions.

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Nebbra joins Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats imprint with ‘You’ EP

Zeds Dead reveals Nebbra to be the first artist signing of their Deadbeats label with his EP, ‘You.’

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Mark Johns’ debut EP is gloomy electro-pop ecstasy

Mark Johns makes her OWSLA debut with a finely crafted EP full of sad pop goodness.

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Goldwash releases debut EP ‘LDR’

Though surprising, considering how talented he is, with the release of ‘LDR,’ young existential funkist makes his official EP debut.

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TÂCHES showcases his new sonic vision on ‘Notes On Grains’ [EP Review]

TÂCHES felt a change in his musical vision after Desert Hearts, using its label to output its manifestation.

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Boys Noize recruits techno icons to provide a glimpse into his past with ‘Midnight’ remixes [EP Review]

Boys Noize releases an official remix EP for ‘Midnight.’ Remixers include Handbraekes (Mr. Oizo & Boys Noize), Audion, and Addison Groove. The Dog Blood remix is still yet to come.

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Guy J releases entrancing ‘Pursuit Of The Orange Butterfly’ EP as Cornucopia [Review]

Cornucopia, Guy J’s mystical alias, debuts on Microcastle with a colorful, emotive new EP called ‘Pursuit of the Orange Butterfly.’

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REZZ melds techno and bass music into something new with ‘Something Wrong Here’ [EP Review]

‘Something Wrong Here’ marks REZZ’s third EP for mau5trap. Across six songs, she establishes a style derived from her varied influences, but unique to herself.

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DA Premiere: Prok & Fitch – Double Vision EP

Prok & Fitch look for history to repeat itself after their incredible Suara debut last year and return to the label for their new EP, ‘Double Vision.’

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