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Download: Aerial "Strut"

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Along with fellow Los Angeles producers Dreams and Arkitect, Devin Ronneberg (a.k.a. Aerial) is a co-head of the fledgling Private Selection label, from which the trio of young talents push their brand of future-forward club music. "Strut" is the latest such offering from Ronneberg's Aerial alias; a precise production, "Strut" coalesces around punchy percussion and tough rhythmic patterns, from which sharp synths and muffled vocal chops rise to the surface throughout the course of the tune's four-plus-minute run. 

Average: 7.3 (68 votes)
 
 

Download: Ink Midget "Dip"

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Label: King Deluxe

Fast-growing Canadian outpost King Deluxe is set to issue the Blackouts EP from Slovakian producer Ink Midget later this month. Presenting five bass-focused electronic hybrids in its run, the dramatic "Dip" appears towards the end of the forthcoming effort. The track begins with a loose bounce before "Dip" quickly builds with a re-pitched vocal melody which combines forces with interwoven layers of ravey synths, resulting in a production that is dense with sonic elements while still keeping much of its focus on the dancefloor. Officially out on August 25, Ink Midget's Blackouts EP can be previewed after the jump.  Read more » 

Average: 7 (39 votes)
 
 

Download: Kouben "Illustrious"

"Illustrious" is one of seven purple-fogged productions included as part of the On Another Planet mixtape from budding Birmingham beatmaker Kouben. Utilizing enough aimless, space-burnt synth lines to justify its album title and artwork, "Illustrious" is a brief snapshot into the sonic worlds Kouben aims to create—loose percussion holds the tempo steady as moody chords and bubbling synth gurgles seep in from every corner. Out now in digital and cassette form, the rest of the young UK producer's On Another Planet mixtape can be streamed after the jump.  Read more » 

Average: 7.8 (32 votes)
 
 

Download: G Jones & Mad Zach "Spontaneity"

Label: Saturate

Earlier this week West Coast beatmaker G Jones dropped Ring the Alarm, a nine-track digital collection of new productions for the Saturate label. Pulled from the record is "Spontaneity," a short but visceral piece of space-age beatwork crafted alongside Mad Zach. On it, the two producers lay into a series of booming kicks which—along with some precise hats and snapped snares—serve as the rhythmic base on top of which the pair unravels a number of laser-sharp, octave-shifting synth melodies. The rest of G Jones' Ring the Alarm album can be picked up as a name-your-price download here, ahead of the California talent's upcoming 7" vinyl release for the label. 

Average: 7.8 (62 votes)
 
 

Download: Lance Neptune "Pink Violet"

First Listen

On "Pink Violet," Maryland-based producer Lance Neptune invites listeners to take a dip in a sea of starry eyed textures and loose-shuffling percussion. A swirling mass from start to finish, the track is pleasantly aimless, the cool swing of its relaxed shakers and hand drums joined by orbits of delay-strewn synths and reverb-washed melodies. "Pink Violet" is set to joined by a number of other original productions fro the budding artist when Lance Neptune's Synthesis LP officially touches down on August 18. 

Average: 6.8 (95 votes)
 
 

Download: Premiesku "Noococ"

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Label: Vakant

The Premiesku trio dropped its Pe Dos EP earlier this week, a five-track effort which features three precise house constructions from the outfit alongside remixes by Avatism and Sons of Tiki. "Noococ" is one the of the EP's original tracks, and it finds Premiesku piecing together a hypnotic procession of star-gazing synths and restless percussion, which gently shuffle across the effort's methodical seven-minute run. Out in vinyl form now and set to see a digital release on August 11, the rest of the Premiesku trio's Pe Dos EP can be previewed after the jump.  Read more » 

Average: 8.1 (102 votes)
 
 

Download: Cvsper "Fairies"

First Listen

Cvsper is a 21-year-old producer from Santiago, Chile who has begun to build a catalog of original productions over the past two years. The latest effort from the budding South American talent is "Fairies," an airy track which places a lightly side-chained pads over a percussive house beat. Where the driving track really shines, is in its melodic content—light bell lines crisp synth melodies and gather around chopped vocal samples, building on top of each other more and more as the sun-washed "Fairies" steadily builds towards its heavenly climax. 

Average: 8.1 (59 votes)
 
 

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