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    23 2018 January

    Premiere: Sam Shure – Kasra (Original Mix)

    Sam Shure’s native talent and his ever-evolving skillset dot him one of the stand out artists rising this year. Continuously developing, Sam Shure constantly adds new textures and layers, pushing his own creative boundaries, ranging...

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    22 2018 January

    Premiere: Just Her – With Faith (Einmusik Remix)

    Just Her makes her debut on Sincopat with a well-crafted and diverse EP, showcasing the versatility and maturity in her sound through three original tracks, each with completely different details. Here, Einmusik takes control of...

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    19 2018 January

    Premiere: Premiere: Kiwi – Amityville (DJ Tennis Remix)

    Following recent remixes for The Juan Maclean and Tricky, as well as his Kicks mix for !K7, DJ Tennis remoulds Kiwi’s “Amityville” into a deep and delicate house groove, introducing some guitar riffing and deft...

Sam Shure’s native talent and his ever-evolving skillset dot him one of the stand out artists rising this year. Continuously developing, Sam Shure constantly adds new textures and layers, pushing his own creative boundaries, ranging from melancholic downtempo/electronica to groovy tech house, but his productions predominantly result in dancefloor-oriented arrangements. His debut EP “Dumra” was...

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Just Her makes her debut on Sincopat with a well-crafted and diverse EP, showcasing the versatility and maturity in her sound through three original tracks, each with completely different details. Here, Einmusik takes control of the eponymous original, twisting ‘With Faith’ into a beautiful melodic composition, which builds patiently towards an incredible never-ending breakdown, and...

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Following recent remixes for The Juan Maclean and Tricky, as well as his Kicks mix for !K7, DJ Tennis remoulds Kiwi’s “Amityville” into a deep and delicate house groove, introducing some guitar riffing and deft mallet instrumentation whilst manipulating the original components to mesmerizing effect. The remix comes off Kiwi’s cinematically sprawling “Amityville” EP, whose...

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The Advent has been releasing music for over two decades on genre defining labels like Tresor and Drumcode. Now, celebrating its twelfth release, Egg LDN‘s What Came First imprint brings a special birthday EP from The Advent with The Netherlands’ own Egbert on remix duties. Here, Egbert’s remix of “Valiant Keys,” leads forward by a...

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Marc Houle kicked off 2017 with the launch of his three-part album series on his own label Items & Things. The first of the trilogy “Sinister Mind” was released back in March consisting of 9 tracks that showed the different sides of Marc, travelling through a selection of styles and soundscapes. Here, Tobi Neumann, German...

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After living 15 years in Africa, OHES became resident artist of the Parisian party collective: La Dynamiterie. Here, “Metriques Spectrales” is a 4 tracks EP infused by sounds of a wide spectrum of artists. From minimalism pioneer Steve Reich to iconic disco producer Giorgio Moroder to 60/70’s sci-fi movies, OHES try to “make his own...

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Polymath’s label head, Third Son continues his journey with ‘Pieces of Me II’, where he offers the second instalment to his anticipated long player. With each part containing a unique symbolic meaning, Third Son aims to provide a greater experience for listeners when played altogether. In this instalment, he slows the tracks down, providing listeners...

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Considered one of the most innovative eastern European producers of electronic music today, Romania’s Mihai Popoviciu delivers perfectly balanced mixtures of groovy beats, warm pads and musical emotions. Here, Mihai’s groove-led interpretation of James Dexter‘s ‘I Think So’ lays the focus on 7 minutes of intricate and evolving percussion patterns. The rack comes as the...

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Planet Sundae’s “OPAL SUNN I” was a summer hit with Andrew Weatherall taking a massive shine to it, playing all 4 tracks in a single gig in Barcelona. The live-performance duo Al Kassian & Hiroaki OBA was formed in 2015 and since, the pair have recorded countless hardware-driven improvisational sessions, creating abstract musical journeys. Their...

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Heavily influenced by the likes of Larry Levan, Giorgio Moroder, Frankie Knuckles and Giles Peterson, Charlie Rope’s love of classic house music and disco is apparent in his productions. His debut EP comes on Doorly’s Reptile Dysfunction label, and is a joyous, life- affirming jaunt through house, disco and acid, with label boss Doorly working...

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Bahraini DJ/P roducerZone+ music consists of deep grooves mixed with hypnotic vibes He found his musical direction after being resident at Soundscapes Bahrain and is currently based in Dubai but continues to be an integral part of the growing music scene in the region. On 15 December, Zone+ brings his 4 track EP “Baia” to...

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After 15 years of releases and experience, Kez YM has established his reputation as a masterful house producer, a world class DJ, and a pillar of Japanese Deep House. Over the course of releases on FACES Records, 4Lux, Theplayground, City Fly, and Yore Records, Kez YM has developed a unique sound. Now, with “Random Control,”...

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Trademarked by his usual straight-up club sound, Sascha Dive delivers an oldschool Chicago House remix which takes the 4 firmly to the floor. Saschas remix of Fran&co‘s ‘SNTD’ takes the drums into a tighter rhythm, and gives the groove a precise and snappy energy. Dubbing out the vocal work and slotting the bassline back into...

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Sol Selectas new release features original music from Be Svendsen plus a remix from KMLN. The US label, run by Sabo, has a deep sound incorporating ethnic rhythms and mystic melodies, while Be Svendsen also boasts releases on the likes of All Day I Dream, Crosstown Rebels, and Rebellion. Here, American duo KMLN, who have...

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Shot against the gorgeous Finnish countryside, Jori Hulkkonen’s new music video, ‘Sometime You Win, But Not Very Often’ represents another quality vision off his latest album “Don’t Believe in Happiness”. See also: [Playlist] Jori Hulkkonen’s Musical Autobiography Hulkkonen’s last appeared on the label with his previous two album’s, in 2015 and 2012, and with each...

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