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Deep Chills ‘Run Free’ Meets Somewhere Between Jonas Blue & Kygo

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Italian producer, Gianmaria Sanna better known by stage name Deep Chills has debuted yet another summer smash hit ‘Run Free’. Following his major success and #1 SoundCloud charting deep house hit that was ‘Blinded’ in 2016, Deep Chills slowly shifted from a more orchestral styled deep house sound to a tropical styled ambiance with his latest release. In fact, you can say Deep Chills ‘Run Free’ meets somewhere between a Jonas Blue & Kygo production.

Sporting the smooth and catchy top line of Norwegian vocalist IVIE, ‘Run Free’ takes you on the two-minute fifty-second private island vacation you missed out on this summer. Boasting an immediate island vibe, the groovy and enticing chord work on top of accentuated horn and string harmonics instantaneously make you forget that summer is even coming to an end.

So whether you’re on a beach somewhere or in an office cubical, take a dive into Deep Chills and listen to ‘Run Free’ via SoundCloud below:

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Hear Keys + Krates New Single, “Glitter”

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Toronto-based live electronic act Keys N Krates are back to share a new single. “Glitter” features Ambré, and sees the group continuing to expand their sound and explore new territory as they broaden their style beyond the dance world. A deep twilight groove featuring New Orleans R&B talent Ambré, Keys N Krates emerge from the darkness with “Glitter,” which layers intoxicating vocals over snappy bass and warped strings for a hypnotic slowed down disco feel.

“We were trying to draw from music we love and grew up on like Jay Dilla, Tribe, DJ Premiere, as well current stuff that we love like everything from Beach House to Chrome Sparks to a lot of current rap stuff,” explains the group’s turntablist Jr. Flo. “We wanted to everything to sound like a sample.”

The group is also announcing that “Glitter” will be the lead single to their debut album, entitled Cura, arriving in early 2018 via Dim Mak Records.

Coinciding with the release of “Glitter,” Keys N Krates are also announcing a lengthy North American tour set to kick off on January 24th and running through the spring.

In other news, the group’s “Dum Dee Dum” single has recently achieved RIAA gold status. Given that the song never received significant radio airplay, this milestone is a testament to the scope of the group’s grassroots popularity.

Hear “Glitter” ft. Ambré below, find full tour routing below, and stay tuned for more from Keys N Krates.

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DREVM Debut Eerie Genre Entitled 5-Track EP ‘Lo-Death’

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Lo-Death

DREVM are back at it again, and this time the duo takes their previously coined genre “Deathcore“, and flips it on its head with more tastefully eerie effects. However, instead of another single, DREVM debut a new 5-track EP entitled ‘Lo-Death’. The EP boasts some dark, lo-fi vibes and while some tracks may seem short the general ambiance and consistency among the tracks make this EP seem like one long horror story. Although each separate track delivers its own unique atmosphere, together they almost effortlessly blend into something spectacular.

When asked how ‘Lo-Death’ was born, DREVM responded saying, “We included more lo-fi elements like the jazz/chill breakdowns… the drops are still heavy on the low end but are a little different from our “Deathcore” stuff.” Not surprisingly, this is pretty ordinary per DREVM’s style, as they also exclaimed they really wanted to hammer home the “really eerie, dark, and creepy” vibes for this EP.

If you ask me they knocked it out of the park. Take a listen to DREVM’s ‘Lo-Death EP for yourself below.

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Jroll Goes Bananas On Rorschach Debut ‘We Know It Up’

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We Know It Up

Rorschach Music Group keeps on impressing with its musical diversity. This time, it’s Australian native Jroll who goes bananas on his Rorschach debut release, ‘We Know It Up’. What’s up with Jroll and his bananas? I’m not quite sure. However, I do know that Jroll brings some serious production, to the table with this track, not potassium.

The simplicity of the track may be what makes this one so impressive. With a relatively simple sound design structure, use of a singular lead tone and chord breaks that establish a pronounced and head-bobbing groove. the Australian simply delivers.

Listen to Jroll’s ‘We Know It Up’ below:

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