Today's installment of Press Play equally features heavy hitters and enticing obscurities from across the spectrum of electronic music. The eclectic collection of tunes below contains bits of hard-edged techno, delicate production work, bubbling house grooves, never-before-heard remixes, and plenty of sounds inbetween, courtesy of artists like Nicolas Jaar, Citizen, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Gavin Russom, FaltyDL, and Matmos, among others.
In a seemingly unlikely pairing, New York wunderkind Nicolas Jaar reworks Cat Power's new single, "Cherokee."
An edit of "Power" taken from Fantastic Mr. Fox's forthcoming 12" for Black Acre.
London's Citizen delivered this stellar DJ set of funky house and techno as part of Dummy's ongoing mix series.
Kyle Hall's and Funkineven's collaborative project, Funkinevil, shares the sinister "Night" cut from its forthcoming 12" for Wild Oats.
Multifaceted NYC tunesmith FaltyDL shares his excellent new remix of "Thrown" for Icelandic techno duo Kiasmos.
A hefty bit of analog madness from NYC's Gavin Russom in the form of an instrumental remix for Alice Cohen's "Mauve Mood."
Belgian experimental record hub Vlek shares the latest installment of its free digital release series, courtesy of German producer Tiga Bakso.
Our first taste of the strange new material on its way from Baltimore sound wranglers Matmos.
Chicago's Kranky label unveils the airy first leak taken from Loscil's forthcoming Sketches From New Brighton LP.
A drum-heavy version of DJ Hilti's "Feel So Good," courtesy of Kansas City remixer Norrit and French label B.Yrslf Division.
Indian Wells' entry into a Bon Iver remix contest features plenty of moody vibes and crisp, bubbly rhythms.