SINGLES CRUISE

DANIEL SOHN – “DREAMBOAT

An ethereal chamber-pop earworm, “Dreamboat” pulls melodies from a delicate guitar and heavily augmented auto-tuned vocals. An expertly produced woozy, disorienting production finds Sohn’s voice filling all available space from keyed up vocal lines that interpose as melodic fragments, to choral phrasings that introduce a strong melodic hook. The deliberate ornateness of this track (albeit …

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AMPARO – “TOSKA”

How does the Arizona desert sound in memory and filtered through the wooded expanses of Sweden? Amparo’s new EP “Dark Sky City” poses those questions as a move from Tuscon to Gothenburg transposes the desert’s stoic architecture across distance and time. Amparo’s deft acoustic guitar work still rings with Sun Belt twang while melancholy slide-guitar …

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THREE CP – “FALL INTO MY MIND”

The Swiss producer’s new high BPM, 90’s Rave inspired track is full-on linear house madness replete with glistening ambient passages running throughout and distorted bass lines dropping like mana from some heaven-club inspired afterlife. “Fall Into My Mind” is a massive endorphin release spread across 5 + minutes. 

IBRA-HEEM – “THE OTHER SIDE”

The New York btw of Sweden producer has ingratiated himself within the Hip Hop and Audio Production circles by crafting beats for established artists associated with Slaughterhouse as well as producing melodic, progressive, conceptually engaging compositions like “The Other Side”. on “The Other Side” Ibra-Heem braids together the human voice, a progressive house beat pattern …

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JELANI ARYEH – “PATAGONIA”

“Patagonia” begins with an bubbling Arp synthesizer passage that forms the sturdy backbone of the 17 year old artist’s latest single. From there the California based Aryeh takes us through a hazy, dreamy trip replete with aspirational statements filled with granular detail. Jelani’s upper-register, languid vocals recall Why’s Yoni Wolf at his most reaching, yet …

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