Oskar Schuster – “Tristesse Telescopique”

Oskar Schuster is an instrumental musician based in Berlin, who mixes neo-classical influences with electronic vibes from the present to produce exquisitely moving music. His third full length album, “Tristesse Telescopique” is set to be released on September 4th. This newest release is a testament to his ability to evoke a deep poignance in listeners with a darker and more
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Introducing SplashFlood

Our newest tool for music discovery has been the “SplashFlood” app, recently made available on both iPhone & Android. The app provides independent and smaller artists the opportunity to promote music to a larger audience and establish a presence in a greater community for free. SplashFlood allows artists to upload and promote their music on
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WYGHT- Snowblind

After the split between from his former electro/glitch hop duo Spiders Down Yonder, Sam Norris has re emerged with a new taste in Techno. Under the new alias of “WYGHT”, Norris has been putting in the hours with three EP’s over the past four months. Snowblind is an entrancing track of straight four on the floor
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Gavin James – For You (Bearcubs Remix)

Slooooow Down. The vocals to this track are just amazing. This remix of Gavin James’s track “For You” feels like a smooth cotton-like glass of wine that instantly soothes you after a long day of work. The vocals and beat are as soft and light as a flaky croissant. In this track, there is none of that tacky
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Big Sean – One Man Can Change the World (Party Ghost Remix)

I rarely find myself bumping Liquid Trap, but Party Ghost’s Big Sean remix is a balance of cheesy chords and the perfectly catchy vibe is what my commute to the daily grind needed. Big sounding synths, the flow of Big Sean’s rapping along with atmospheric pads make this melodic track something to chill to. Party Ghost released this
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Jean Tonique – “Guest” feat. Iris

This man walks into a bar and orders an apple martini, fully aware that it is the choice drink of college sorority girls. Unfazed by those too afraid to be judged with an apple martini, he commands the air around him and onlookers admire him for his suave confidence. Are you this person? Great, then you can relate to
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Jai Wolf – “Indian Summer”

Like a cool lassi to a spicy saliva-inducing tikki masala, “Indian Summer” is the perfect complement to summer. Indian and electronic music– a blend I wouldn’t have expected to mix so beautifully. “Indian Summer” by Jai Wolf brings a fresh mix of two very different genres and shows the unique harmony that experimentation can bring. The classic Indian influenced beats conjures
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Google Play Music: Now Free

If you’ve been keeping up with the music streaming world, then you know that on June 8th Apple unveiled Apple Music. Apple Music is to rival Spotify as it is free with ad-support, whereas Spotify only offers a free trial for up to 30 days. Only about 20% of Spotify’s users pay for their premium
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An Innovative Showerhead Bluetooth Speaker

The perfect solution to listening to music in the shower

Have you ever found yourself singing and dancing to your favorite song in the shower? Now, no need to be embarrassed! We’ve all found ourselves using the shampoo bottle as a microphone at one time or another. The only hassle with this is hauling that big speaker of yours into the bathroom, or just settling
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Broken Back – “Halcyon Birds”

Broken Back is a band, headed by Jérôme, that originated in 2013. Despite having English lyrics, the band is based out of Paris. Having recently risen to emerging recognition, Broken Back is building an impressive repertoire of music with a collaboration with fellow Frenchman Klingande, as well as the release of their debut EP, “Dear Misfortune, Mother of
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