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Louisahhh : Numb, Undone

Louisahhh prepares to unleash “The Practice of Freedom”. Pre-Order the album now and get ready for a torrent of rawness and power. Excited that this is finally upon us all.

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Myd : Moving Men (Metronomy Remix)

Metronomy adds a slick 80s sheen to Myd and Mac DeMarco’s “Moving Men”. A super icy slap bass sound anchors this track transforming it into a mood 80s pop track.

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Daniel Avery & Alessandro Cortini : Baresi

This collaboration between Daniel Avery & Alessandro Cortini continues to be fruitful and ever evolving into a beautiful and chaotic mess. “Baresi” was created during the same sessions as “Illusion of Time” and is a simple cascading arrangement of synths that morph and twist into crashing waves of sound that soothe you.

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SOPHIE : BIPP (Autechre Remix)

Autechre dilutes SOPHIE’s saccharine PC Music pop “BIPP” into a BOPP. They pitch down the original hypervox into its original silky and smooth state and drops in some simple drum work.

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SebastiAn : DOORMAN (feat. Syd) (Vegyn Remix)

The captain of PLZ Make It Ruins steps up to remix SebastiAn’s “Doorman” feat Syd. Vegyn transforms the song into an expansive and moody ballad that lands heavy with it’s effective and hard drum programming.

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Kelsey Lu & Yves Tumor : let all the poisons that lurk in the mud seep out (Feat. Kelly Moran & Moses Boyd)

Kelsey and Yves team up for a moody duet with their track “let all the poisons that lurk in the mud seep out” – a track that sits in my favorite space of “songs that sound like Christmas songs but are not Christmas songs.” Happy Holidays and see you all on the other side.

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Burial : Chemz

It is truly a Christmas Miracle whenever Burial releases new music especially during the holiday season. We already were blessed with new Burial, Four Tet & Thom Yorke music just a few weeks ago and now Burial emerges from his lair with “Chemz” the first of a double single that arrives February 2021.

“Chemz” is an energetic full rave collage track that we are witnessing through our rearview mirror as we leave behind the days of clubbing passed. Thank you Burial for letting us relive these echoes of the dancefloor once more.

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Mica Levi : Ruff Dog

The prolific Mica Levi steps away from her score work and indie band and presents us with “Ruff Dog” a muddy laptop grunge album that hits in all the right ways. It’s loose and lazy feel leaves you swaying and in a state of borrowed nostalgia.

Also “A plain clothed Jimi Hendrix drives me to Newcastle. For some reason the trip will take 3 days and he is going to do it for £150. He drives really smoothly and only listens to one album which is by someone with Joy in their name” is the best song title ever.

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Cameron Morse : Anything

Cameron Morse is a secret weapon in the LuckyMe family. “Anything” is a preview of his new music to come in 2021, with its sparse yet focused and playful arrangement. A slow building track that burrows deep into your skull. I was fortunate enough to get a Cameron to remix a Goodnight track – listen to it in this Goodnight Radio Mix.

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The Voidz : Alien Crime Lords

The Voidz are lowkey my favorite outlet for Julian Casablancas and all his prog experimental musings. They lean into the heavy synth driven vocoder pop that soundtracks the new GTA V radio station that this new track debuts on.

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