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Golden Features – Golden Features EP

No one knows who exactly Golden Features is but once the self-titled debut EP from this Australian project has been published few days ago it is impossible to forget this name. The absolute highlight of the release is an opening track called Tell Me which kicks off with a rather delicate house beat accompanied by a female vocal (Pnau’s Embrace, anyone?) but then a heavy drop comes out of nowhere and you immediately get hooked on Golden Features’ style. All the other songs on the EP also bring a decent sound so the thing that you should do right now is head to GF’s facebook page and get it for free. And just one more fact for you: the aforementioned vocal on Tell Me belongs to none other than Nicole Millar, a girl who we featured in our Australian New Pop mini-series (very mini, to be honest).

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Lasertom – All The Time

Lasertom is a solo project of Dubliner Simon Cullen who is also a half of electronic duo Ships. The idea of working alone popped into Cullen’s head more than two years ago which lead to the release of the first tracks in 2011 and soon did he realize that the sound he was creating under this alias was a kind of slow-tempo disco and decided to concentrate on this subgenre.

The effects can be heard on the debut album Drift that has been published back at the end of October. To help you understand the concept of slow-tempo disco we are presenting a magnificent track called All The Time which features vocals from Sorca McGrath. Enjoy!

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Kit Pop – Move

Kit Pop is a self-taught producer from Perth whose ambition does not let him rest without doing something productive beforehand. He started his adventure with creating music over a decade ago and since then not only has he released a bunch of decent tracks and played some festivals but also founded Paper Chain label to help fellow talents from the local electronic music scene.

Just today Kit Pop has dropped a new EP called Rose Star. The release includes this amazing song Move which explores the party potential of Basement Jaxx’s hit Do Your Thing.

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Stromae – Racine Carrée

Everybody has his/her own guilty pleasure and mine is this amusing Belgian producer called Stromae. It has been three years since the release of his extremely enjoyable and light-hearted debut album Cheese and now the follow-up, preceded by the singles published in May and June, has seen the light of the day with the name Racine Carrée.

The new album is again the collection of joyful tracks with some really interesting moments. It opens with a bit pompous tune called Ta Fête and the tracklist also contains the tribute to Cesária Évora (Ave Cesaria) and a song with heavier beat and grime flavour to it – Humain à l’eau (starts at 2:00):

So do not hesitate, go and buy it for yourselves to find out which track appeals to you the most!

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Johnny Crump – Take A Ride

Get ready because we are about to take a ride with Johnny Crump and one of the songs featured on his latest EP Tronic Youth. And that means definitely heavier beats than usually presented here.

The track is called Take A Ride and together with the whole EP it presents the new sound of Crump’s music. Having experience of producing turntablism or hip-hop stuff, working with big names like GZA and performing as a visual artist, recently he has drifted towards pure electronic dance music. And the effects are really convincing!

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