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From ashes, he has risen once again. Swordfall’s debut marks the return and a new beginning for the French producer formerly known as Yx, whose trilogy of releases caught our attention back in 2017. Nobody Knows Nobody Fears pushes Yx’s sound into radically new territory.

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Old habits die hard. London’s coolest kid in school is back in class with a new single dedicated to all of you flaky people out there. ‘Running Late’ is an upbeat, funky number to set the mood as you rush through your morning commute. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHrzyqWDN48 Running Late

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Back from an extensive North American tour supporting the rollermobster Carpenter Brut, Darkwave’s rising star Sierra has dropped a gorgeous animated music video for the title track to her second record GONE. Directed by Thomas Landrein and art director Jonas Genevaz, ‘Gone’ follows an armed resistance

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Photographer and producer Danny Scott Lane has released an intriguing new entry into the business casual catalogue. Titled Holy Goodnight, the ten-track record channels the vibrant cosmopolitan poptimism of Japanese City Pop and adds a smooth flair of jazz and funky kicks for good measure,

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After months of teasing throughout the scalding hot summer season, L’Avenue has finally landed another full-length project onto Bandcamp. Glossy and carefree as ever, L’Avenue’s sound is back in full technicolor definition on this 10 track ode to eighties glam synth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vo83Dv04sYM&ab_channel=L%27Avenue-Topic Favorite Tracks : Sun and

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Two years after dropping the classic score to the Masebrothers' Cyborg Deadly Machine, French producer Fixions has struck back with a merciless onslaught of Darksynth ripped straight from the deepest depths of hell. Requiem for the Serpents World is a brutal endaveour bearing the mark

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Following up on their tribute to City-pop Yume No Machi, Brighton-based producer Opus Science Collective has returned with an equally refreshing angle to croon your senses to sweet surrender. As the title suggests, Deuce is an EP focused on the bright, punchy sounds of Tennis

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