Lulleaux Radieaux 3

Summer seems like the time of melodic and chill house. Not sure if people started releasing it or listening to it first during the warmer months. Either way it provides the perfect chill vibes for a summer pool party or the drive to the beach and back home. Lulleaux recently dropped a new mix. The 3rd in his Lulleaux Radieaux series. Take a listen below and it's also available for free download.

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Remixes are usually meant to be bangers, but this one in particular our attention. The Him has killed it with their version of Maroon 5's "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like A Motherf****r". Being the type of person who is hugely affected by the Summer heat I love the sentiment of this track. Definitely one of the more humorous tracks that will be bumping in the club this summer, but I am sure people will be shouting out the chorus before you know it.

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Sam Feldt dropped this fiery mix the other day "called Zeevonk, which is the Dutch word for bioluminescent lights in the sea". This mix is officially my new guilty pleasure. The simple but playful sounds are a delightful backdrop to my summer grooves.

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We have been patiently awaiting that banger track of the summer that gets everyone on the dance floor jumping. The preview Mt Eden just released of their upcoming single "Stronger" is definitely going to be in the running. This track embodies the sounds we are completely engrossed with right now, and it seems perfectly timed for this summer. Crank it up and take a listen!

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Summer means the tropical vibes need to be on repeat. So the Dropical Vibes mixes by Coopahtroopah are an amazing way to satisfy the need. Loving the newest volume in the mix series. Got me good to ghost for Summer!

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Caotica - Gone

Discobelle Records keeps putting out music that is perfectly now. Their newest release "Gone" by the Swedish pair Caotica is a serious garage style gem. 

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Our boy Jackson Whalan is back for another installment of the Dos Ghosts mix series. Vol. 14 has pounds upon pounds of original music, some amazing lyricism by JW himself and the composition is absolutely revelatory. Whalan is the definition of a powerhouse with musical skills spanning the entire spectrum. From production and rapping, to mixing and DJing this kid is the future definition of a one man band. Or possibly even a one man record label. Listen in our player up top or head over to SoundCloud. The spring heat has nearly arrived, so crank it up and get hot with the newest DG mix.

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The new Fort Romeau album "Insides" is undeniably smooth. Based on the idea of "slow listening" and building a greater emotional connection between the listener and the music through careful consideration. The LP is now out on Ghostly Records

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Dos Ghosts Vol. 13 is an extra special one. For one it welcomes the newest addition to the DG family Brandon Lewis aka B Riddimz. With a style and sound all his own he has composed a mix with an insane amount of original and unreleased beats. The technicality in his production and the depth in his music is undeniable. So hyped to have B Riddimz join our fam and to grace you with such an amazing mix. Listen in our player up top or head over to SoundCloud. Turn it up and usher in the spring with his vibes!

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The Knocks have been blowing my mind lately. "Collect My Love" featuring Alex Newell is the second single to be released off of their forthcoming "So Classic" EP due out on April 7th. 

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