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Here’s a new one from Tourist, the producer and musician, originally from London. I have yet to catch Tourist live but can’t wait to do so. He is coming off a well achieved EP and this new track is chock full of those atmospheric feelings one gets when listening to his stuff. So good.

Tourist – Wait

Two Bodies

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Monday Vibezzz from HNNY who has remixed a Flight Facilities track. Speaking of FF, they have a new album coming out soon that I can’t wait to hear.

Flight Facilities – Two Bodies feat. Emma Louise (HNNY Remix)

It’s All Over

Pional – It’s All Over (Pional’s FOSC Version)

“Pional is behind this release, even re-editing his own track and what an edit he did. A great rendition of melancholic positivity layered on this slightly pushing groove. A groove that makes you want to move your head to the music, but just in the slightest way. Halfway through it’s 7:30 minute time span, the track picks up momentum and evolves in something darker, something that will work well when dropped on a full dancefloor. After that mean break though, it doesn’t drop. It elegantly starts over with building up elements, until culminating into all the themes it started off with. That Pional is able to pull this off shows his phenomenal skill as a producer. Awesome. – FJ.”

Pional – It’s All Over (Pional’s FOSC Version)

Call

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Ohhh yea.. another Jonas Rathsman Remix. Unfortunately the Sweedish producer had to cancel his most recent US tour because of Visa issues, but yea, we have this. Enjoy.

Francesco Yates – Call (Jonas Rathsman Remix)

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Here’s a new Tiga track. Check it out!

Tieks – Sing That Song (Tiga Remix)

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“Belgium’s best, Arches are back with a sublime club tool inspired by the duo’s first set of DJ gigs across Europe. You will be delighted to hear that this one is coming at you for free.

Their debut single ‘There’s A Place’ was premiered by The Magician online and Annie Mac on radio, it was then picked up by Gotta Dance Dirty and featured highly in the Hype Machine’s most popular tracks, the track has since been supported by every major DJ from Duke Dumont through to Madeon.

Its bass-laden piano driven melodies provide the perfect bed for the plaintive vocal. The breakdown brings a truly epic moment, bringing together darker synths and bass notes before the percussion welcomes back the compulsive groove.

DJ’s and music lovers – this is one track you will not want to miss out on for your playlists. With the second Arches single on Columbia Records imminent, prepare yourselves for another slice of specialness from Arches.”

Arches – Want You

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